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Full text of "Public accounts of the Province of Ontario for the year ended December 31, 1901"

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YEAR ENDED 3iST DECEMBER, 



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TORONTO: 
Printed and Published by L. K. Cameron. 

Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty. 
1902. 




WARWICK BRO'S & RUTTER, Printers. 
TORONTO. 



To His Honor the Honourable Sir Oliver Mowat, K.O.M.G., 

Lieutenant Governor of Ontario. 

May it Please Your Honour : 

The undersigned has the honour to present to your Honour the Public Accounts of 
the Province of Ontario for the year ending 31st December, 1901. 

Respectfully submitted, 

GEO. W. KOSS, 

Treasurer. 
Treasury Department, Ontario, 

Toronto, January 15th, 1902. 



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PROVINCIAL AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Provincial Auditor's Office, 

Toronto, January 15th, 1902. 
To Hon. G. W. Ross, 

Treasurer of Ontario : 

I have the honour to present to you the Public Accounts for the year ended 
31st December, 1901. 

For the information of the Legislative Assembly, I beg to report the following 
over expenditures of appropriations as granted by the Supply Bill : 



OVER-EXPENDITURES AUTHORIZED BY THE TREASURY 

BOARD. 

49 Vict., Cap. 4, Sec. 20. 

Civil Government— Crown Lands Department— Salaries and 

Expenses $5,660 67 

Civil Government— Official Gazette 1,109 85 



Toronto, 18th October, 1901. 
0. H. Sproule, Esq., 

Provincial Auditor. 

Sir, — I beg to report that in view of the expense arising from adver- 
tising the timber sale of September last, which was not anticipated when 
the amount requisite for contingencies was considered, the sum appropriated 
for that service will be insufficient. 

I would therefore recommend that authority be given under the Act, 
R.S.O. Oap. 23, Sec. 20, for payment of the sum of $2,360.67 as de- 
tailed in the attached list. 

(Sgd) E. J. DAVIS, 

Commissioner, 
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Copy of a Minute of the Treasury Board, dated the 23rd day of 
October, A. D. 1901. 

Upon consideration of the report of the Honourable the Commissioner of 
Grown Lands, dated the 18th day of October, A.D. 1901, the Treasury Board 
doth hereby pursuant to the provisions of section 20, cap. 23, R.S O. 1897, 
authorize the issue of a warrant for the sum of two thousand three hundred 
and sixty dollars and sixty-seven cents ($2,360.67) in favour of the Hon- 
ourable the Treasurer, for the payment of certain accounts for advertising 
the timber sale of September last, which was not anticipated when the 
amount requisite for contingencies was considered, and the sum appropriated 
for said service being insufficient. 

Certified, 

J. LONSDALE OAPR^OL, 

Olerk, Treasury Board. 



December 10th, 1901. 
MEMORANDUM. 

The undersigned recommends that under R.S.O., Oap. 23, Section 20, 
a further sum of $3,300 be appropriated to complete the payments requisite 
in connection with the salaries and expenses of the Crown Lands Depart- 
ment for the year 1901. 

This additional expenditure has been rendered necessary by the unex- 
pected volume of work arising out of the Military Land Grants provided 
for by the Legislation of last Session. A special staff had to be created to 
deal with the large number of applications and enormous mass of corres- 
pondence, and there has been a large outlay in printing forms of applica- 
tion, certificates, lists of land, maps, etc., as well as for postage and express. 
It is owing to this and increased business in all branches of the Department 
that the over-expenditure became unavoidable. 

(Sgd.) E. J. DAYIS, 

Commissioner. 

C. H. Sproule, Esq., 

Auditor. 



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Copy of a Minute of the Treasury Board, dated the 10 th day of De- 
cember, A.D., 1901 : 

Upon the consideration of the report of the Honourable the Commis- 
sioner of Crown Lands, dated the 10th day of December, A.D., 1901, the 
Treasury Board doth hereby, pursuant to the provisions of Section 20, Cap. 
23, RS.O., 1897, authorize the issue of a warrant for the sum of three 
thousand three hundred dollars (3,300) in favour of the Honourable the 
Treasurer, to complete the payments requisite in connection with the 
salaries and expenses of the Crown Lands Department, the appropriation 
for said service having become exhausted, owing to the additional expendi- 
ture rendered necessary by the unexpected volume of work arising Dut of 
the Military Land Grants provided for by the Legislature. 

Certified, 

J. LONSDALE CAPRlilOL, 

Clerk Treasury Board. 



Toronto, 16th December, 1901. 

The undersigned respectfully reports to His Honour the Lieutenant 
Governor in Council : 

That the appropriation for Printing and Binding The Ontario Gazette 
has become exhausted. 

The undersigned therefore respectfully requests that authority be given 
the Honourable the Provincial Treasurer, under the Act R.S.O., 1897, Cap, 23, 
Sec. 20, to pay the amount named in the attached account, viz., $1,109.85. 

I have the honour to be, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Sgd.) L. K. CAMERON, 

King's Printer. 
C. H. Sproulk, Esq., 

Provincial Auditor. 



Copy of a Minute of the Treasury Board, dated the 20th day of 
December, A. D., 1901. 

Upon consideration of the report of the King's Printer, dated the 
16th day of December, A. D. 1901, the Treasury Board doth hereby 



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pursuant to the provisions of section 20, cap. 23, R.S.O. 1897, authorize the 
issne of a warrant for the sum cf one thousand one hundred and nine 
dollars and eighty-five cents ($1,109.85) in favour of Messrs. Warwick 
Brothers and Rutter on account of Printing and Binding the Ontario 
Gazette, the appropriation for said service having become exhausted. 

Certified, 

J. LONSDALE CAPR^OL, 

Olerk, Treasury Board. 



Education— Superannuated Teachers 2,959 25 

Toronto, June 20th, 1901. 

The undersigned respectfully reports to His Honour the Lieutenant 
Governor in Council that the sum appropriated for the sub-service of 
"Superannuated Teachers}" is exhausted. 

As it is necessary that the allowances of certain worn out teachers 
still unpaid, should be forwarded without delay, the undersigned respect- 
fully recommends that authority be given under the Act, R.S.O. 1897, cap. 
23, sec. 20, for appropriating the further sum of $2,959.25, to meet the 
payment of the pensions enumerated in the accompanying certificates. 

(Sgd.) R. HARCOURT, 

Minister of Education. 



Copy of a Minute of the Treasury Board, dated the 24th day of June, 
A. D., 1901. 

Upon consideration of the report of the Honourable the Minister of 
Education, dated the 20th day of June, A.D. 1901, the Treasury Board 
doth hereby pursuant to the provisions of section 20, cap. 23, R.S.O. 1897, 
authorize the issue of a warrant for the sum of two thousand nine hundred 
and fifty-nine dollars and twenty-five cents ($2,959.25) in favour of the 
Honourable the Treasurer, for the payment of pensions to Superannuated 
Teachers, as per the accompanying certificates, the appropriation for said 
sub-service having become exhausted. 

Certified, 

J. LONSDALE CAPR^OL, 

Assistant Clerk, Executive Council. 



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Public Institutions Maintenance : Brockville LA $1,984 08 

do Institute for Deaf and Dumb 748 49 
do Boys' Reformatory 3,896 10 

Toronto, 17 th December, 1901. 

Stan. — I beg to report that the amount required for payment of the 
current monthly accounts at Brockville Asylum is $5,005.78. and the 
balance of the maintenance appropriation is $3,048.10. 

The over-expenditure is due to the amount required to pay for fuel 
for the institution, which exceeded the estimate 

I would, therefore, recommend the issue of a Treasury Board warrant, 
under R.S.O., cap. 23, sec. 20, for the sum of $1,984.08. 

Your obedient servant, 

R. CHRISTIE, 

Inspector. 
0. H. Sproule, Esq., 

City. 



Copy of a Minute of the Treasury Board, dated 19th December, A.D. 
1901. 

Upon consideration of the report of the Honourable the Provincial 
Secretary, dated the 19th day of December, A.D. 1901, the Treasury Board 
doth hereby, pursuant to the provisions of sec. 20, cap. 23, R.S.O., 1897, 
authorize the issue of a warrant for the sum of one thousand nine hundred 
and eighty-four dollars and eight cents ($1,984.08) in favour of the Hon- 
ourable the Treasurer for the payment of the current monthly accounts 
in connection with the Asylum for the Insane, Brockville, the appro- 
priation for the maintenance of said institution having become exhausted, 
owing to the amount required to pay for tuel therefor. 

Certified, 

J. LOIN SD ALE CAPRtiOL, 

Clerk, Treasury Board. 



Toronto, 19 th December, 1901. 

Sir, — I beg to report that the appropriation for the maintenance of 
the Deaf and Dumb Institute for the current year has owing to the 



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increased consumption of fuel and the increased price paid for same, 
proved insufficient, and the sum of $748.49 is required to pay the Decem- 
ber accounts. 

I would therefore respectfully recommend that authority be given 
under the Act, R. S. 0., 1897, cap. 23, sec. 20, for payment of the above 
amount. 



I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 



(Sgd.) T. F. CHAMBERLAIN. 

Inspector. 



C. H. Sproule, Esq., 
Provincial Auditor. 

Approved, J. R. Stratton, 
Provincial Secretary. 



Oopy of a Minute of the Treasury Board, dated the 19 th day of 
December, A. D. 1901. 

Upon consideration of the report of the Honourable the Provincial 
Secretary, dated the 19bh day of December, A.D. 1901, the Treasury Board 
doth hereby, pursuant to the provisions of sec. 20, cap. 23, R.S.O., 1897, 
authorize the issue of a warrant for the sum of seven hundred and forty- 
eight dollars and forty-nine cents ($748.49) in favour of the Honourable 
the Treasurer for the payment of certain accounts for the current month 
in connection with the maintenance of the Institution for the Deaf and 
Dumb, Belleville, the appropriation for the maintenance of said institution 
having become exhausted, owing to the increased consumption of fuel, and 
the increased price paid for same. 

Certified, 

J. LONSDALE CAPR^OL, 

Clerk, Treasurv Board. 



Toronto, 18th December, 1901. 

Sir, — I beg to report that the appropriation for the maintenance of 
the Ontario Reformatory for Boys for the current year is exhausted, in 
part owing to the fuel bill of the preceding year falling into the present 
year, and in part owing to a destructive hail storm daring the summer, 



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which destroyed nearly all the glass in one side of the buildings, and it 
will require $3,896 .10, as per schedule attached, to pay accounts necessarily 
incurred. 

I would therefore recommend that authority be given under the Act 
R. S.^O., 1897, cap. 23, sec. 20, for payment of above amount. 



I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 



(Sgd.) JAMES NOXON, 

Inspector. 



0. H. Sproule, Esq,, 
Provincial Auditor. 

Approved, 

J. R. S. 



Oopy of a Minute of the Treasury Board dated the 19th day of De- 
cember, A.D. 1901. 

Upon consideration of the Report of the Honourable the Provincial 
Secretary, dated the 18tb day of December, A.D. 1901, the Treasury Board 
doth hereby pursuant to the provisions of section 20, cap. 23, R. S. O., 
1897, authorize the issue of a warrant for the sum of three thousand eight 
hundred and ninety-six dollars and ten cents ($3,896 10) in favour of the 
Honourable the Treasurer for the payment of certain accounts in connec- 
tion with the maintenance of the Ontario Reformatory for Boys, the appro- 
priation therefor having become exhausted in part owing to the fuel bill 
of the preceding year falling into the present year, and in part owing to 
the destructive hail storm during the summer which destroyed nearly all 
the glass in one side of the buildings. 

Certified, 

J. LONSDALE CAPR^OL, 

Clerk, Treasury Board. 



Repairs and Maintenance of Public Buildings :-— 

Parliament Buildings $1,020 OO 

Normal School, Toronto 416 31 

Public Buildings, Cap Acct. :— 

Institute for Blind 893 50 

do Deaf and Dumb 1,245 38 

Mercer Reformatory 962 1 1 

London Normal School 890 30 

Central Prison 4,000 00 



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Department op Public Works, Ontario, 

Toronto, December 9th, 1901. 

The undersigned begs to report to His Honour the Lieutenant- 
Governor in Council : 

That the maintenance appropriations for the New Parliament Build 
ings and Educational Buildings are exhausted, and therefore respectfully 
recommends that authority be given under the Act R.S.O. 1897, cap. 23, 
sec. 20, to issue a warrant for the sum of one thousand and seventy dollars 
to cover salaries for December, 1901, as follows : 

Parliament and Departmental Buildings $1,020 00 

Education Dept. and Normal and Model Schools. . 50 00 



$1,070 00 



(Sgd.) A. W CAMPBELL, 

Asst. Commissioner of Public Works. 



Copy of a Minute of the Treasury Board, dated the 10th day of 
December, A.D. 1901. 

Upon consideration of the report of the Honourable the Commis- 
sioner of Public Works, dated the 9th day of December, A.D. 1901, the 
Treasury Board doth hereby pursuant to the provisions of section 20, 
cap. 23, R.S.O. 1897, authorize the issue of a warrant for the sum of one 
thousand and seventy dollars ($1,070) in favor of the Honourable the 
Treasurer, to cover salaries for December, 1901, in connection with the 
maintenance of the New Parliament Buildings and Educational Build- 
ings, the appropriation for said services having become exhausted. 

Certified, 

J. LONSDALE CAPR&)L, 

Clerk, Treasury Board. 



Department of Public Works, Ontario, 

Toronto, November 13th, 1901. 

The undersigned begs to report to His Honour the Lieutenant- 
Governor-in-Council : 



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That the following accounts remain unpaid in consequence of the 
appropriations therefor being exhausted : 

Education Dept., etc., Toronto, Maintenance — 

C. March, painting, etc $ 366 31 

Institution for the Blind, Brantford — Cap. — 

Allen Electric Co., wiring $ 15 10 

John A. Ritchie, painting 272 20 

> 287 30 

Total $653 61 

The undersigned therefore respectfully recommends that authority 
be given under Act R. S. 0. 1897, Cap. 23, Sec. 20, for the payment of the 
said accounts amounting to six hundred and fifty-three dollars and sixty- 
one cents. 

(Sgd) F. R. LATOHFORD, 

Commissioner of Public Works. 



Copy of a Minute of the Treasury Board, dated the 15th day of 
November, A.D. 1901. 

Upon consideration of the report of the Honourable Commissioner of 
Public Works, dated the 13th day of November, A.D. 1901, the Treasury 
Board doth hereby order, pursuant to the provisions of section 20, cap. 23, 
R. S. O. 1897, that a warrant for the sum of six hundred and fifty-three 
dollars and sixty- one cents ($653.61) be issued in favour of the Honourable 
the Treasurer for the payment of the following accounts, the appropriations 
therefor having become exhausted : 

Repairs and Maintenance Public Buildings — 

Normal and Model Schools, Toronto, 

C. March, Painting, etc ., $ 366 31 

Public Buildings (Capital Account) — 

Institution for the Blind, Brantford, 

Allen Electric Co., wiring 15 10 

John A. Ritchie, painting 272 20 



8 653 61 
Certified, 

J. LONSDALE OAPR^OL, 

Clerk, Treasury Board. 



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Departmemt op Public Works, Ontario, 

Toronto, 26th December, 1901. 

The undersigned begs to report to His Honour the Lieutenant-Gover- 
nor in Council : 

That the appropriations under capital account for the following 
Institutions are exhausted, and therefore respectfully recommend that 
authority be given under Act R. S. O. 1897, cap. 23, sec. 20, to issue a 
warrant for the sum of two thousand seven hundred and forty-one 
dollars and eighty- eight cents to cover same, as follows : 

LONDON NORMAL SCHOOL. 

John Purdom, Contract, E. and W. Wings $522 00 

Smith, Bros. & Co., Plumbing 328 30 

Leonard & Sons, Smoke Conductor : . . . 40 00 

$890 00 

INSTITUTION FOR THE BLIND, BRANTFORD. 

Schultz, Doors and Lumber $ 47 55 

G. W. Broomfield, Heating 260 00 

T. A. Cowan & Co., Plumbing Contract 267 00 

M. McBrearty, Travelling Expenses 7 65 

Turnbull, Howard & Co., Roofing 24 00 

606 20 

INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB, 
BELLEVILLE. 

Thos. Hanley, Smoke Stack , $312 50 

Elliot Bros., Plumbing balance 829 88 

S. Sidley, Plastering , 103 00 

1,245 38 

Total $2,741 88 

(Sgd) F. R. LATCHFORD, 

Oommr. of Public Works. 



Copy of a Minute of the Treasury Board, dated 30th December, 
A.D. 1901. - 

Upon consideration of the report of the Honourable the Commissioner 
of Public Works, dated the 26th day of December, A.D. 1901, the Treasury 
Board doth hereby, pursuant to the provisions of section 20, cap. 23, R.S.O. 



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1897, authorize the issue of a warrant for the sum of two thousand seven 
hundred and forty-one dollars and eighty eight cents ($2,741.88) in favour 
of the Honourable the Treasurer for the payment of the following accounts 
the appropriations to which they are chargeable having become exhausted : — 

LONDON NORMAL SCHOOL. 

John Purdom, contracc E. and W. wings $ 522 00 

Smith Bros. & Co., plumbing 328 30 

Leonard <fc Sons, smoke conductor 40 00 

INSTITUTION FOR THE BLIND, BR ANTFORD. 

Schultz Brothers, doors and lumber 47 55 

G. W. Broomfield, heating 260 00 

T. A. Cowan & Oo., plumbing 267 00 

M. McBrearty, travelling expenses 7 65 

Turnbull Howard & Co., roofing 24 00 



INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB, 
BELLEVILLE. 

Thomas Hanley, smoke stack ........ 312 50 

Elliot Brothers, plumbing 829 88 

S. Sidley, plastering 103 00 



$2,741 88 
Certified, 

J. LONSDALE CAPREOL, 

Clerk, Treasury Board. 



Toronto, 18th December, 1901. 

Sir, — I beg to report that the capital appropriation for the Andrew 
Mercer Reformatory for Women is exhausted, and that owing to extensive 
leakages being discovered from corroded and dislocated pipes, as the work 
of renewals and alterations progressed, an increased expenditure became 
necessary before the system could be left in a sanitary condition, and the 



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sum of $962.11 will be required to pay accounts thereby incurred and as 
per schedule hereto attached. 

I would therefore recommend that authority be given under the Act 
R.S.O., 1897, cap. 23, sec. 20, for payment of above amount. 



I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 



0. H. Sproulb, Esq., 

Provincial Auditor. 
Approved, 

J. R. S. 



(Sgd.) JAMES NOXON, 

Inspector. 



CAPITAL ACCOUNT. 

Schedule of amounts payable from the Oapital Appropriation of the 
Mercer Reformatory for the year 1901. 

R. W. Laird (Bursar) $400 08 

Stewart & Wood 68 51 

The James Robertson Co 493 52 

Total $962 11 

Certified correct, 

JAMES NOXON, 

Inspector. 
Approved, 

J. R. Stratton, 

Provincial Secretary. 

Office of the Inspector of Prisons, 

Toronto, Dec. 18th, 1901. 



Oopy of a Minute of the Treasury Board, dated 19 th day of 
December, A.D. 1901. 

Upon consideration of the report of the Honourable the Provincial 
Secretary, dated the 18th day of December, A. D. 1901, the Treasury 
Board doth hereby pursuant to the provisions of section 20, cap. 23, R S.O. 
1897, authorize the issue of a warrant for the sum of nine hundred and 
sixty-two dollars and eleven cents ($962.11) in favour of the Honourable 



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the Treasurer for the payment of certain accounts in connection with the 
Andrew Mercer Ontario Reformatory for Women, the appropriation 
(Capital Account) for said Institution having become exhausted, owing to 
certain renewals and alterations of the plumbing therein. 



Certified, 

J. LONSDALE CAPE^OL, 

Olerk, Treasury Board. 



Toronto, October 26th, 1901. 

Sir, — I beg to report that the Poison Iron Works Oo., who have the 
contract for two Heine Water Tube Boilers of 200 h.p. each, authorized by 
Order- in-Council of 15th May last, to be installed in the south shop at the 
Central prison, have them about completed, and have applied for payment of 
$4,000 on a progress estimate made by the Central Prison Engineer, of the 
work done. 

The said amount is less than 75 per cent, of the value of the work 
executed, and of the contract price of the said boilers and fittings, and the 
expenditure therefor being unforseen and unprovided for, I would there- 
fore recommend that authority be given under Act R.S.O. chap. 23, sec. 
20, for payment of the said amount on account. 

I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Sgd-) JAMES NOXON. 

Inspector. 
Approved, 

(Sgd.) J. R. Stratton, 

Provincial Secretary. 

C. H. Sproule, Esq., 

Provincial Auditor. 



Copy of a Minute of the Treasury Board, dated the 8th day of 
November, A.D. 1901. 

Upon consideration of the report of Mr. Inspector Noxon, approved 
by the Honourable the Provincial Secretary, dated the 28th day of Octo- 
ber, A.D. 1901, the Treasury Board doth hereby pursuant to the provisions 
of section 20, cap. 23, R.S.O., 1897, authorize the issue of a warrant for 
the sum of four thousand dollars ($4,000 00) in favor of the Honourable 
the Treasurer, on account of the two Heine Water Tube Boilers, being 
2* P.A. 



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installed by the Poison Iron Works Company in the south shop at the 
Central Prison, the expenditure therefor being unforseen and unprovided, 
and in excess of the appropriation for said institution (capital account.) 

Certified, 

J. LONSDALE CAPRJ&OL, 

Clerk, Treasury Board/ 



Education— Departmental Examinations 5,743 69 

Toronto, September 14tb, 1901. 

The undersigned respectfully reports to His Honour the Lieutenant - 
Governor-in-Council : 

That the amount appropriated for the sub-service of " Departmental 
Examinations " is insufficient to meet the necessary expenditure of the 
service, and as it is of importance that the services of certain associate 
examiners should be paid without delay, and that a further sum should be 
provided to meet the salary pay list for the remaining three months of the 
year, the undersigned respectfully recommends that a further sum of 
$5,743.69 be provided under the authority of the Act R.S.O. 1897, cap, 23, 
sec. 20, to meet the deficiency as indicated in the accompanying memoran- 
dum and certificates for payment. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Sgd) R. HARCOT7RT, 

Minister of Education. 



Copy of a Minute of the Treasury Board, dated the 26th day of 
September, A. D. 1901. 

Upon consideration of the report of the Honourable the Minister of 
Education, dated the 14th day of September, A.D. 1901, the Treasury 
Board doth hereby pursuant to the provisions of section 20, cap. 23, R S.O., 
1897, authorize the issue of a warrant for the sum of five thousand seven 
hundred and forty-three dollars and sixty-nine cents ($5,743.69) in favour 
of the Honourable the Treasurer, to meet payment of services of associate 
examiners as per certificates Nos. 984-985-994-996-997 and 998, and salary 
pay list for the remaining three months of the year, the appropriation for 
the sub-service " Departmental Examinations " being insufficient to cover 
the necessary expenditure of said service. 

Certified, 

J. LONSDALE CAPR^OL, 

Clerk, Treasury Board. 



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Oivil Government— Secretary's Dep't $ 214 36 



Toronto, December 10th, 1901. 

The undersigned begs leave to report for the information of His 
Honour the Lieutenant-Governor in Council : 

That on the 7th instant it was made to appear by the Provincial 
Auditor that owing to payment for extra services, the amount appropriated 
for salaries and expenses in connection with this Department for the year 
1901 will be exceeded by the sum of $214.36. 

The undersigned begs leave further to report that the increased work 
entailed upon this Department during the current year by reason of appli- 
cations for Letters Patent of Incorporation and for Licenses on behalf of 
extra provincial companies has necessitated the employment from time to 
time of additional stenographic and engrossing assistance, and that to 
these causes is due the fact that the appropriation will at the end of the 
year be slightly exceeded. 

The undersigned begs leave further to report that the revenue derived 
by the Department chiefly from the incorporation and licensing of companies 
during the current year had on the 30th of November, 1901, reached the 
sum of $82,657, an increase over the eleven months of the year 1900 of 
$10,961. The following table will indicate the growth of the work in the 
Department, as well as the increase of fees received for the period 1897 to 
1901, inclusive : 

1897 $39,286 

1898 28,520 

1899 67,851 

1900 78,997 

1901 (11 months) , 82,657 

The undersigned therefore begs leave to recommend that under section 
20, chapter 23 of R.S.O. 1897, authority be given the Honourable the 
Provincial Treasurer to issue a warrant for the sum of $214.36, required 
to cover the deficiency in the appropriation for the payment of salaries and 
expenses for the balance of the year 1901. 

All of which is respectfully submitted. 

(Sgd) J. R. STRATTON, 

Provincial Secretary. 



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Copy of a Minute of the Treasury Board, dated the 10th day of 
December, A.D. 1901. 

Upon consideration of the report of the Honourable the Provincial 
Secretary, dated the 10th day of December. A.D. 1901, the Treasury 
Board doth hereby pursuant to the provisions of section 20, cap. 23, R.S O. 
1897, authorize the issue of a warrant for the sum of Two hundred and 
fourteen dollar? and thirty -six cents ($214.36) in favour of the Honourable 
the Treasurer, said sum being required to cover the deficiency in the appro- 
priation for the payment of salaries and expenses in connection with the 
Provincial Secretary's Department for the balance of the year 1901. 

Certified, 

J. LONSDALE OAPR^OL, 

Clerk, Treasury Board. 



Total Treasury Board Orders $31,744 09 

Less refunds and transfers after issue 
ot Treasury Board Orders : 

Civil .Government :— 

Crown Lands Dep't $ 339 95 

Education :— 

Superannuated Teachers — 8 59 

Departmental Examinations. 4,215 05 

4,223 64 

Public Buildings :— 

Central Prison $ 14 10 

Blind Institute 236 30 

Deaf and Dumb Institute — 19 18 

London Normal School 29 26 

298 84 

4,862 43 

26,881 6S 
UNAUTHORIZED EXPENDITURE. 

Civil Government :— 

Secretary's Department 343 1 

Agricultural Department 28 95 

372 05 

Legislation 1 ,138 84 

Education :— 

Technical Education 1 77 30 

1,705 94 
P, I. Maintenance :— 

Reformatory for Boys 390 52 



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Repairs and Maintenance : — 

New Parliament Buildings $1 ,031 71 

Education Buildings 19 53 

School Practical Science 900 1 2 

Osgoode Hall 97 08 

2,048 44 

Refunds 541 68 

4,668 83 



Total overdrafts of appropriations under Schedule A of 

Supply Bill (see statement No. 17 page — — ) $31,550 49 

Respectfully submitted, 

Provincial Auditor's Office, C. H. SPROULE, 

Toronto, January 15th, 1902, Provincial Auditor. 






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FISHERIES, 1901. 

Statement of Revenue received from Fisheries Department daring the year ended 31st 

December, 1901. 



District. 




Lake Nepigon 

Lake of the Woods and Rainy River Dist. 

Lake Superior 

Lake Huron, North Channel 

Georgian Bay 



Lake Huron (proper) and River St. Clair. 



Lake St. Clair, Thames River and Detroit 
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Lake Ontario 



Bay of Quinte 



Counties — Frontenac, Leeds, Prescott, 
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McKirdy, William 

Kyle, Morrison 

Guerard, Alexander 

Perry, John 

McComber, Alexander 

Van Norman, R . M 

Oliver, Richard 

Howard, Patrick 

Miller, B B 

Johnson, J. A 

Labatt, Felix 

Pratt, William 

Payette, Thomas 

Stephens, James , 

Waddell, Adam 

Mc Aulay, M . A 

Stewart, Neil 

Yates, James 

Steed, James 

Allen, Orlando 

Cousineau, J B 

McQueen, Timothy 1 

Stephens, John E / 

McRitchie. James 

Crotty, John , 

Jury, R. E 

Lamarsh, Peter 

Laird, J . K 

Stewart, William 

Sullivan, John 

McCall, George D 

Farrell, John 

Couper, A 

Ellis, Joseph 

Mitchell, William 1 

Hadgraf t, Robert / 

Ogg, Charles 

Sargent, William 

Walker, R. J 

Wood, W. R 

Willis, J. M '.. 

Freeman, Sylvanus 

Clark, Marshall 

McCargar, J . K 

Roblin, W.D 

Rennie, William 

Clyde, George 

Craig, WiHiam 

Flynn, Robert 

Donaldson, W . J 

Sliter, A. E 

Bilton, George 

Norris, T. B 

Mair, David 

Villeneu ve. L . P 

Loveday, E. T 

Barr, Herry 

Taylor, Charles 

Shewen, P. W. C 

Brown. John 

Moore, F.J 

Yellands, Joseph H 

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113 00 




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No 7— FISHERIES, 1901.— Concluded. 



District. 



River St . Lawrence 



Lake Simcoe 



Muskoka 
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JohnO'Neil 

Arthur McDonald 

George Stephens 

Charles Pressey 

John Mclntyre , 

A. D . Everingham , 

C. &I. Allen 

Joseph Jubenville 

A. Booth Fi8h Co 



Name. 



Brought forward 



Dickson, John ... . 
Skeen, Alexander . . 

Cock, Lewis 

Graham. J. R 

Brady, Nicholas 

Gerow, Joseph A. .. 
Bowerman, John . . . 
Van Luven, H. M. 
Hughson. Andrew . 

Cattanach, D 

Driscoll, John 

Goulette, O. V 

Williams, Frederick 

Mathen, Henry 

Blondin, Isaac 

Steele, John 

McNabb, Duncan .. 
Smith, William... . 

Legault, H. W 

Mullin, M 

Armstrong, John . . . 



County Victoria (license cancelled) 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do do 

Elgin (license refused) 

do do 

Kent do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

York (part of fine) . . . 



Amount. 



33,224 09 

10 00 

5 00 

420 00 

4 00 
47 00 

5 00 

17 50 
21 00 

5 00 
292 00 

10 00 
177 50 

6 00 
20 00 
37 00 

18 00 
10 00 
30 00 

1,003 75 

350 00 

10 00 

319 40 



5 00 
5 00 
25 00 
5 00 
10 00 
35 00 
10 00 
10 00 
50 00 



Total. 



36,042 24 



155 00 
35,887 24 



Provincial Auditor's Office, 
Toronto, January 15th, 1902. 



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Provincial Auditor 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



XXXVll 



No. 9. 

ALGOMA TAXES REVENUE. 

Statement showing the several amounts received by the Treasurer of Ontario on account 
of TAXES ON PATENTED LANDS in the District of Algoma, during the year 
endtd December 31st, 1901. 



From whom received. 


Service. 


Amount. 


Total. 


Adams, M. P 

Aikens, Hon. J C 

Armour & Mickle 


On account of taxes 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


$ c. 

1 61 
5 57 

2 00 

2 00 
1 38 

66 

5 30 

26 24 

66 

5 24 

12 77 

11 26 

34 35 

16 05 

1 90 
5 42 

3 04 

4 79 
39 59 

2 00 
2 58 

15 49 

45 72 

151 76 

99 

1 25 

2 30 

2 30 
76 

33 81 

5 61 
11 72 

3 08 
9 53 
1 60 

15 66 

1 30 

1 32 

30 30 

43 52 

80 

5 96 
1 68 
3 97 
1 66 
3 36 

6 31 
14 80 

3 30 
1 57 
6 98 
] 02 
6 28 
• 84 

26 97 
56 99 

1 47 
86 79 

1 05 

2 45 

27 84 
66 


$ c. 


Austin, Mrs. W. A 




Allison, Mrs. Isabella 




Bergenthal, William 

Binswang* r, H. P. Co 




Barron, John A 

Bradley, H. M 


do 

do 

do 




Bliss, A. P 




Block. D. Allan 


do 

do 

do 

do 

do 




Burkholder, C. E 

Ball, H. Gordon 




Bruce, A. C 




Browne, J . C 




Barwick. Aylesworth, Wright & Moss. 
Baker, J. L. & Alfred 


do 




do 




Bevan, Mrs. S. L 

Ballentine, A. R 


do 

do 






do 




Cheney, F. A. 

Cummins, A. C 


do 

do 




C. P. Railway Co 


do 




Chown, S. T 


do 




Colsohdated Gold Fields Develop't Co. 
Call, R. R 


do 




do 




Cassils, Charles 


do 




Cressy, Mrs. E. H 


do 




Cockburn, Mrs. Isaac 


do 

do 




Crombie, D. B . . . . 






do 




Colvin, W. W 


do 




Candler, H. & J 


do 




Cook, Geo. J 


do 




Danforth, Mrs. Gregory 


do 




Delaney, Estate Thomas 


do 

do 

do 

do 




Deschamps, Peter 




Dickson, H. E 




Eschweiler, F. C 




Finch, Wallace 

Folger, B. W 


do 

do 






do 




Franklin Investment Co 

Floeter, S. B 

Fraser, John 


do 

do 

do 




Frees, Henry J 


do 

do 




Felt, Anna E., Executrix . . . 




Frood, Thomas 


do 

do 




Foley, J. F 




Fabian, W. J 

Francis & Wardrop 


do 

do 






do 




Gay, J. E 


do 

do 




Goodell, R. R 




Hearst & McKay 

Hodgson, Jonathan 

Harris, Fred 

Hecker, F.J 

Henry, Louisa 


do 

do 

do 

do 

do 




Hutchinson, F. M 


do 




Hunter, J. H 


do 




Harris, Theodore S 


do ... 








Carried forward 


825 18 





PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



[No. 1 



ALGOMA TAXES REVENUE.— Continued. 



From whom received. 


Service. 


Amount. 


Total. 


Brought forward 

Heck, Mrs. J. M 


On acconnt of taxes 

do 

do 

do 


825 18 

10 63 

80 

1 60 
5 82 
8 11 
5 28 

14 54 

2 40 

15 22 
10 

101 40 
88 83 
94 41 
7 43 
4 00 
92 64 
33 68 

1 60 
7 66 

3 62 

2 13 
38 

206 64 

44 21 

23 48 

1 00 

80 

3 07 


% c 


Inglis, W. J 




Ionson. William 




Jack Lake Gold Mining Co 




Jones, Albert E 

Jeffers, E. B 


do 

do 




K. & P. Iron Mining Co 


do 

do 




Krausfl, C. A 




Lee, W. J. T 

Larke, T. H 


do 

do 




Lee, Higginson & Co 


do 




Lye, Henry 


do 




Mickle, Mrs. & Mrs. Power 


do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 




Merritt, Thomas A 




Murdock, Mrs. 0. N 

Mara, H S 




Morley, Thomas 








Machell, H. T., M.D 

Maxwell, Ralph 


do 

do 




do 




McPherson, Clark, Campbell & Jarvis. 


do 




do 




Mc VickerB, Catherine 


do 

do 




Mc Arthur, John . 




Nelson, V. J 


do 




Norton, John. 


do 






do 


1 30 i 


Neumann, M 


do 

do 


17 52 

1 85 
4 57 

23 

3 25 

27 12 

331 84 

80 

12 00 

97 

19 03 

2 50 
79 

3 50 

2 33 
25 58 

1 80 
52 48 

3 40 
6 40 
9 56 

89 

2 20 

3 61 
91 

3 81 
62 

6 10 
2 93 

1 59 

2 40 
14 31 

7 43 
25 83 

3 12 
150 00 




Oswald. C. P 




Palmer Mrs. J C 


do 






do 

do 




Petrie A. B . . 




Pardee, Mackenzie & Burnham 

Pearson, William F 


do 

do 






do 




Petry, W. G 


do 




Peden, William 


do 

do 








Rickel, John G 


do 

do 

do 

do 




Reynolds, F. R 






do 




Smith, F. H 


do 




Smith, C J 


do 




Shaw, Geo. W 


do 

do 








Saltonstall, F. Jr.., 


do 




Schneidier, Albert 


do 

do 




Thomson, C. E . . . 


do 




do 




Torrance, Caroline M , 


do ... 

do 

do 




Watzke, Anton 




White, J. L 




Wirth Max 


do 




Wells, Benj. E 


do 




Wright, W. C 


do 

do 




Watson, Smoke & Smith 




Walsh, M . ... 


do 




Vickers, W. W . 


do 




Young, A. H 


do 

do 




Yawkey, W. C 






2,361 23 







Provincial Auditor's Office, 

Toronto, January 15th, 1902. 



C. H. SPROULE, 

Provincial Auditor. 



1901 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No 10. 

LAW STAMPS. 

Statement of the Revenue received on account of Law Stamps, 31st December, 1901 



County. 


Distributor. 


Amount. 


Brant 


A.J. Wilkes . . 


$ c. 
1,647 30 


Bruce 


Thos . Dixon 


i 798 00 


Carleton 


J . A . Ritchie 


1,558 00 


Dufferin 


T. Bowles 


361 00 


Elgin 


J . Farley 


1,504 35 


Essex 


F. E. Marcon 


570 00 


Frontenac 


J. L. Whiting 

A.G. McKay 

C. W. Colter 


2,041 55 


Grey 

Haldimand 


638 00 
190 00 


Hastings 


P. J. M. Anderson 

D . McDonald 

T. G. Matheson . 


1,985 50 


Huron 

Halton 


1,862 00 
64 60 


Kent 


Jas . Holmes 

J. P. Bucke . 


617 50 


Lambton 


808 45 


Lanark 


C . Rice 


492 00 


do 

Lennox and Addington 


E. G. Malloch 

H . M . Deroche 

O.K. Fraser 

M . Brennan 

Jas . Macree 


57 00 
420 00 


Leeds and Grenville 


1,676 74 


Lincoln 


532 00 


Middlesex 


2,375 00 


Northumberland and Durham 


J. W. Kerr 


1,776 50 


Norfolk 


C . C . Rapelje 


242 25 


do 


J . H . Ansley 

J. E. Farewell 

F. R. Ball 


38 00 


Ontario ... 


498 75 


Oxford 


665 00 


Peterborough 


R. E. Wood 

J . Maxwell 


494 00 


Prescott and Russell 


47 00 


do 


J . Belanger *.. 


176 54 


Prince Edward 


J . R . Brown 


260 30 


Peel 


W. H. McFadden 


285 00 


Perth 


J . Idinsrton 


1,607 40 




J. H. Metcalfe 

J . P . Metcalfe 


150 00 


do 


522 50 




J. R. Cotter 

J . Dingwall . 


1,200 25 


Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry 


570 00 




J. R. McNeillie 


665 00 


Waterloo 


W. H. Bowlby... 


855 00 




T. D. Cowper 


470 35 


Wellington 




665 00 




Jno . Crerar 


2,750 25 


York 


J . MacMahon 

J . Tait 


17,488 85 




2,755 00 


Algoma District 


G. M. Farwell 

I. Huber 

A.G. Browning 

E . ordan 


349 60 




141 00 


Nipissing do 


185 70 




154 90 


Rainy River do 


H . Langford 

W . J . Moran 


45 60 
318 22 


Thunder Bay do 


A. W. Thompson .. 


171 00 










55,747 95 



0. H. SPROULE, 

Provincial Auditor. 



Provincial Auditor's Office, 

Toronto, January 15th, 1902. 



xl 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



[No. 1 



No. 11. 

STATEMENT OF SUCCESSION DUTY FOR THE YEAR ENDED 

31st DECEMBER, 1901. 



County and Estate. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Brant— 

Alonzo Clump 

Jane Hunter 

I. Cockshutt 

Nancy Parney 


2,702 19 

176 14 

19,985 14 

629 34 


23,492 81 
1,077 44 

14,812 14 

1,914 87 
45,500 35 

23,316 82 
381 76 

2,508 01 

206 62 
585 80 

9,622 58 

463 30 

851 78 
150 00 

11,801 86 
136,686 14 




Bruce— 
James Anderson 


1,062 44 
15 00 




W. J. Moore 








Carlkton— 
John Belfour ..... 


1,175 00 

47 78 

162 80 

13,426 56 




H. V. Noel 




Hugh Maclen nan 




James Warnock 








Elgin— 
J. H. Carter 


612 84 
670 90 
531 13 
100 00 




Margaret Little 












S. S. BenjamiD 


481 64 
45,018 71 








Frontenac— 


6,000 00 
1,208 35 
839 38 
1,200 00 
10,839 75 
3,229 34 








John Donnelly 




W. R McRae 




Isaac Simpson 




Sarah Nicol 




Grey— 
T. J. Rorke 


12 83 
368 93 




Caroline Shortt 








William Coote 


1,011 21 

1,450 00 

46 80 












Hastings— 

M. J. Burdett 

Susan Nimmo 


156 20 
50 42 




Huron— 
C. Eilber 

Isabella Garner 


8,716 30 
309 58 
596 70 








C. H. Wood 








Lambton— 


368 30 
80 00 
15 00 








L. J. Trotti 




Lanark— 
R. Carnduff 


50 00 
801 78 




J. D. Ham 






Lincoln— 
A. Buchanan 


1,028 66 

10,023 20 

750 00 




P. iLarkin 















1901 ] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



xli 



No. 11. 
Statement of Succession Duties. 1901. — Continued 



County and Estate. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Brought forward 




136,686 14 

1 

19,362 61 

1,472 25 
75 00 

1,180 16 

5,879 60 

3,265 11 
1,000 00 

2,908 00 

150 00 

5,605 96 
2,750 00 

8,029 56 
1,225 00 

189,589 39 




Middlesex— 
Findlay McNeill 


750 00 

120 00 

5,309 70 

7,140 30 

105 34 

537 23 

21 61 

100 00 

28 43 

5,250 00 








W. Duffield 

W. A. Duffield .. 

William Tel fer 

Edward Adam s 




Geo. Aitchison 




M. L. W. Eccles 




Daniel Regan 

Isabella Robey 




Northumberland and Durham - 


1,337 50 
50 25 
84 50 




M. Meredith 

E. S. Vinden 








Norfolk- 






Ontario— 
H. M. Weeks 


648 33 
531 83 




Oxford— 
James Brown 


1,551 63 
50 00 
1,900 00 
187 50 
1,130 00 
1,060 47 








Levi Hunt 








Margaret Hogg 




William Ridd 

W. Forster 


265 11 
3,000 00 




Peterborough- 






Renfrew— 
A. T. White 






SlMCOE— 






G. N. Louck s 

C.J.Stuart 

M.K.Stuart 


600 90 

304 36 

2,416 17 

2,284 53 




Waterloo — 
M. Wilks ... 






Well and— 
Samuel Priestman 


541 80 
1,487 76 
6,000 00 




Jane Maccarthur 

J. A. Lowell 








C. M. Atkinson 






Wentworth— 

B. E. Charlton 


384 30 

1,4l9 72 

1,708 92 

3,462 50 

38 85 

200 00 

750 34 




Jane Ewing 




G. H. Gillespie 

W. H. Glaasco 




H. F. Inglehart 














7,964 63 





xlii 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



[No. 1 



No. 11. 

Statement of Succession Duties, 1901. — Concluded. 



County and Estate. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


% c. 




7,964 63 

375 00 
16 08 

705 88 
40,000 00 

250 00 

331 80 

43 50 

1,750 00 

90 00 

750 00 


189,589 39 
52,276 89 

132,295 62 
2.500 00 




Wentworth. — Continued. 

J. H. Park 

C. M. Ridley 




R. Rasberrv 

W.E. Sanford 




H. R. Willson . , ... 




Cassandra Buttle 

C. M. Counsell 




S. G. Treble '. . . '. 




York— 

Win. Christie 


44,452 66 

47 30 

50 00 

40 00 

1,077 60 

304 87 

1,306 71 

3,000 00 

4,612 58 

2,447 42 

1,367 08 

391 96 

2,044 57 

156 25 

2,456 13 

10,000 00 

361 15 

750 00 

6,903 69 

153 99 " 

596 99 

4,466 84 

93 12 

463 09 

650 26 

1,234 45 

120 35 

508 61 

244 47 

23,684 05 

4,000 00 

395 25 

2,889 90 

11,000 00 

24 28 




Joseph Bonnick 

Chas. Carpmael 

N. K. Connolly 




W.H.Edmonds 

E.J.Kendall 

C. E. Munro 




C. S. Pearse 

Chas. Potter 

E. J. Price 








Hugh Ryan . 

Mary C. Smith 

A. A. Strachan 

C. M. Strong ... 




Thomas Swan 

R. D. Gamble 




Eliza B. Tooker 








R. K. Connell 

Margaret Hartney 

David Kirk 

H. L. Macdougall . . 




W. E.H. Massey 

Robert Swan 












John Hallam 

C. Jeffrey 








Funds Deposited in lieu of Bonds for Payment 
of Succession Duty . 

E. R. Mowat 


2,775 00 
3,175 68 
359 27 
1,092 11 
2,627 88 
50 00 




Estate M. J. Burdett, Hastings, excess of amount 


376,661 90 
10,079 '94 




do Neil Currie, York, do 1896 
do M. A. Kennedy, York, do 1899 
do D. B. Solmes, Prince Edward, do 1900 
do Aaron Ross, Ontario, estate not dutiable, 1897 
do W. H. Jackson, Lambton, do 1900 








366,581 96 







Provincial Auditor's Office, 

Toronto, January 15feh, 1902. 



0. fl. SPROULE, 

Provincial Auditor. 



1901] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



xliii 



No. 12. 
STATEMENT OF REVENUE 

Under 62 Vic. Cap. 8 ; 68 Vic. Gap. 6. 




Life Insurance Cos 



Fire Insurance Cos 



^Etna Life Insurance Company 

British Empire Mutual Life Assurance Co . . . 

Canada Life Assurance Company 

Confederation Life Association 

Commercial Union Assurance Company 

Dominion Life Assurance Company 

Equitable Life Assurance Soc'y of U. S 

Edinburgh Life Assurance Company .... 

Federal Life Assurance Company 

Gr^at West Life Assurance Company 

Home Life Association of Canada 

Imperial Life Assurance of Canada 

London & Lancashire Life Assurance Co 

London Life Insurance Company 

Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co 

Mutual Reserve Fund Life Association 

Manufacturers Life Insurance Company 

Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York 

Metropolitan Life Insurance Company 

Northern Life Assurance Co. of Canada 

National Life Assurance Co of Canada 

Norwich Union Life Insurance Society 

North British & Mercantile Insurance Co 

New York Life Insurance Company . . . 

North American Life Assurance Co 

Mutual Life Assurance Co. of Canada. 
Provident Savings Life Assoc. Socy of N. Y. . . 

Royal Victoria Life Insurance Company 

Royal Insurance Company 

Sun Life Insurance Company of Canada 

Star Life Assurance Society , 

Standard Life Assurance Company 

Scottish Amicable Life Assurance Co 

Travellers Ins. Co. of Hartford, Conn 

Temperance & General Life Assee. Co. of N. A 

United States Life Insurance Company 

Union Mutual Life Insurance Com nan y 

^tna Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn 

Alliance Assurance Company 

Atlas Assurance Company 

Canadian Fire Insurance Company 

British America Assurance Company 

Caledonian Insurance Company 

Commercial Union Assurance Company 

American Fire Insurance Company 

Connecticut Fire Insurance Company 

Guardian Fire & Life Assurance Company . . 

Hartford Fire Insurance Company 

Insurance Company of North America 

Imperial Insurance Company, Limited 

Lancashire Insurance Company 

Law Union and Crown Insurance Company .... 
London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Company 

London Assurance Corporation 

London Mutual Fire Insurance Company 

Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co .... 

Mercantile Fire Insurance Company 

Manchester Fire Assurance Company 

Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society 

North British & Mercantile Insurance Co 

National Assurance Company of Ireland 

Northern Assurance Company 

Phoenix Assurance Co. of London 

Phenix Insurance Co. of Brooklyn, N. Y 

Carried forward 



1,396 21 


927 44 


11,595 69 


5,695 22 


60 23 


1,023 16 


2,011 44 


136 03 


2,015 22 


1,004 16 


330 19 


1,688 92 


933 93 


1,933 02 


26 60 


2,512 29 


2,5*4 29 


1,764 50 


2,433 73 


443 82 


204 41 


3 30 


122 85 


2,013 62 


4,361 94 


5,835 75 


186 36 


251 27 


31 78 


5,158 37 


187 55 


3,084 55 


38 42 


966 81 


1,761 03 


117 58 


197 60 


414 21 


426 15 


320 64 


145 21 


1,396 09 


728 27 


923 09 


121 50 


90 19 


751 02 


588 12 


316 91 


622 81 


1,030 51 


86 17 


610 04 


331 90 


640 38 


991 10 


390 74 


830 76 


937 20 


1,211 71 


328 22 


781 22 


974 00 


197 06 


81,174 50 



xliv 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



[No. 1 



No. 12 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE.— Continued. 

Under 62 Vic. Cap 8 ; 68 Vic. Gav 6 



From whom received. 


Service. 


S c. 


$ c. 




Brought forward 


81,174 60 

157 93 
183 45 
688 13 

1,716 53 
450 82 
464 67 
590 70 

1,447 96 
227 78 
611 62 
137 57 
132 67 
294 18 
288 91 
943 28 
232 65 
39 03 
128 25 
53 85 
116 65 

147 47 

158 85 
261 86 

5 91 

131 30 

209 83 

105 63 

29 18 

36 85 

29 93 

139 29 

1 43 

100 16 

271 71 

48 64 

20 17 
349 26 
191 43 

55 21 

60 42 

297 98 

148 82 

21 02 
345 04 
581 53 

7 33 

135 41 

60 96 

28 65 

5 23 




Fire Insurance Cos . 


Phoenix Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn 






Quebec Fire Assurance Company 

Queen Insurance Company of America 












Scottish Union & National Insurance Co 




Sundry Insurance Cos. 


Sun Insurance Office 




paying also an assess- 
ment under The On- 


Union Assurance Society of London, Eng 

Western Assurance Company 




tario Insurance Cos. 
Act 


Ottawa Fire Insurance Company ...... 

Anglo American Fire Insurance Company 






Berlin Mutual Fire Insurance Company 

Continental Life Insurance Company . 






Economical Mutual Fire Ins Co. of Berlin 






Equity Fire Insurance Company 






Excelsior Life Insurance Company 

Farmers and Traders Life & Accident Ass. Co 

Fire Insurance Exchange Corporation 






Gore District Mutual Fire Insurance Company 

Hand in Hand Insurance Company 






Keystone Fire Insurance Company. ... 






Merchants' Fire Insurance 






Perth Mutual Fire Insurance Company 

Peoples Life Insurance Company 






Millers and Manufacturers Insurance Co 






Queen City Fire Insurance Company . . 

Waterloo Mutual Fire Insurance Company 






Wellington Mutual Fire Insurance Company 

York Mutual Fire Insurance Company 




Miscellaneous 


Traders Fire Insurance Companv 

American Surety Company of New York 






Boiler Inspection & Insurance Go. of Canada 

Pritish & Foreign Marine Insurance Company 

Canada Accident Assurance Companv 

Canada Railway Accident) Insurance Company 

Dominion Plate Glass In°urance Companv 




■ 


Dominion Burglary Guarantee Company (Ltd) 

Dominion of Canada Guarantee & Ace Ins. Co ... . 

Employers Liability Assurance Corporation (Ltd) 

Fireman's Fund Insurance Company 






Guarantee Company of North America 






London Guarantee & Accident Company 






Lloyds Plate Glass Insurance Company 

Mannheim Insurance Company 






Ontario Accident Insurance Company . . 

Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation (Ltd) 

Reliance Marine Insurance Company 

Travellers Insurance Company of Hartford, Conn 

Thames & Mersey Marine Insurance Company 

Union Marine Insurance Company (Ltd) 






New York Plate Glass Insurance Company 








94,06F 61 


Banks 


2,975 00 
2,607 82 
3,650 00 
1,105 00 
2,375 00 
2,543 94 
850 00 
700 00 
4,025 00 
2,475 00 






Bank of Hamil' on 






Bank of Montreal 

Bank of Nova Scotia 

Bank of Toronto 






Bank of Ottawa 






Panque d 'Hochelaga 






Banque Nationale 












Dominion Bank 






Carried forward 






1 " 23,306 76 


94,067 63 



1901 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



xlv 



No 12. 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE —Continued. 

Under 62 Vic. Cap. 8 ; 63 Vic. Cap 6. 



From whom received. 


Service . 


$ c. 


$ c. 






23,306 76 

2,600 00 
4,125 00 
2,825 00 
1,790 32 
1,425 00 
1,100 00 
1,550 00 
1,976 51 
2,325 00 
725 73 


94,067 63 


Banks 


Imperial Bank of Canada 






Merchants' Bank of Canada 












Ontario Bank 






Quebec Bank 

Royal Bank of Canada 

Standard Bank of Canada 






Traders Bank of Canada 




Trust Companies 


Union Bank of Canada 




Western Bank of Canada 

Imperial Trust Company of Ontario 

London & Western Trusts Company (Ltd) 


43,749 32 


250 00 
250 00 

1.335 00 
315 00 
315 00 

1,335 00 
510 00 




National Trust Company of Ontario (Ltd) 






Ottawa Trust & Oeposit Company ( Ltd) 






Provincial Trust Company of Ontario 






Toronto General Trusts Corporation 






Trusts & Guarantee Company (Ltd) 

Acme Loan and Savings Company 

Birkbeck Investm't. Security & Sav'gs Co. of Toronto 
Canadian Savings, Loan & Building Association ..... 

Canada Landed & National Invest. Co. (Ltd). 

Imperial Loan & Investment Co. of Canada, (Ltd) . . . 
London & Canadian Loan & Agency Co. of Canada . . 
Provident Investment Company, (Ltd) 


4,310 00 


Loan Companies 


65 00 
419 90 
164 45 
652 60 
476 45 
570 70 
520 00 
471 25 
394 55 
3,868 80 
259 35 
316 55 

454 35 
243 10 
158 60 

65 00 
508 30 
139 75 

65 00 
733 85 

92 95 

65 00 
413 40 
130 00 
453 01 
505 05 
441 35 
487 50 
211 90 
910 00 

65 00 
607 75 
410 15 
780 00 

65 00 
715 00 

455 00 
162 50 
130 00 
234 00 

76 70 

68 90 

154 05 

18,181 76 




Toronto Mortgage Company 

Globe Savings & Loan Company 






Canada Permanent & Western Canada Mtge. Corp'n. 

British Canadian Loan & Investment Co. (Ltd) 

Equitable Saving*, Loan & Building Association 

Dominion Permanent Loan Comnanv 






Real Estate Loan Company of Canada, (Ltd) 






Toronto Land & Investment Corporation 






City and County Loan Association 

Reliance Loan & Savings Co. of Ontario 

Sun Savings and Loan Company 

Empire Loan & Savings Company 

Colonial Investment & Loan Company 






Standard Loan Company 

Canadian Homestead, Loan and Savings Association . 
p rovincial Building & Loan Association 






Home Savings & Loan Company . 

York County Loan & Saviners Company 






Credit Foncier Franco-Canadien for Ontario 






London Loan Company of Canada 

Canadian Savings & Loan Co, of London, Can 

People's Building & Loan Association, London, Can.. 

Huron & Erie Loan & Savings Company 

Birkbeck Loan Company, (London) 

Dominion Savings & Investment Company 






Agricultural Savings & Loan Company 

Ontario Loan & Debenture Company 






Hamilton Mutual Building Society 

Hamilton Provident & Loan Society 

Landed Banking & Loan Company 

Ontario Ruilding & Savings Society 

Frontenac Loan & Investment Society 

Midland Loan & Savings Company 

Barrie Loan.& Savings Company (Ltd) 




Simcoe Loan & Savings Company 




Elgin Loan & Savings Company 




Carried forward 




142,126 95 



xlvi. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



[No. 1 



No 12. 
STATEMENT OF REVENUE -Contin ued. 

Under 62 Vic , Cap. 8 ; 68 Vic , Cap. 6 



From whom received. 


1 

Service. 


$ c 


$ c. 




Brought forward 


18,181 76 

163 15 

126 10 
260 00 
195 00 
390 00 
812 50 
288 60 
216 45 
325 00 
253 50 
178 75 
157 30 
363 35 
253 50 

65 00 
124 80 

79 95 

H9 55 
325 00 
152 75 

65 00 
117 65 
202 15 

18 20 
160 80 
117 65 
144 30 
325 00 
172 25 
195 00 
172 25 
211 25 
316 55 
474 50 
1,028 30 


142,126 95 




Star Loan Company 

Southwesrein Farmers' & Mechanics' Savings & Loac 
Society 






Southern Loan & Savings Company 






At^as Loan Company 






Toronto Savings & Loan Company 






Central Canada Loan & Savings Company 

Guelph & Ontario Investment & Savings Society 

Huron & Lambton Loan & Savings Company 

Lambton Loan & Investment Company 

Industrial Mortgage & Savings Co , (Ltd) 

Security Loan & Savings Company 

Oxford Permanent Loan & Savings Society 

Ontario Permanent Puilding & Loan Associat'on. 
British Mortgage Loan Company of Ontario 






Stratford Buildinp & Savings Society 

Crown Savings & Loan Company 

Fast Lambton Farmers' Loan & Savings Co 






Victoria Loan & Savings Company ... 

Walkerville Land & Building Co , (Ltd) 






Grey & Bru' e Loan Company 

Owen ^ound Building & Savings Society 






Brockville Loan & Savings Company 

Metropolitan Loan & Savings Company 

Home Building & Savings Association .... 

Montreal Loan & Inveptment Company ... 

Huron & Bruce Loan & Investment Company 

Hastings Loan & Investment Company 






Chatham Loan & Savings Company 






Ontario Loan & Savirgs Companv . 

Sc ttiph American Investment Co.. (Ltd) 

Scottish Ontario & Manitoba Land Company 

North British Canadian Investment Company 

North of Scotland Canadian Mortgage Co., (Ltd) 

Trust and Loan Company of Canada 








26,702 86 


Railway Companies 


326 12 

17 50 

523 00 

225 00 

675 00 

427 50 

13,265 35 

1,948 18 

27 50 

1,910 95 

275 00 

68 50 

97 50 

905 00 

400 70 

12.176 26 




Thousand Islands Railway 






Kingston & Pembroke Railway ... . . ; 






Brockville, Westrort & Sault Ste. Marie Ry 












Canadian Northern Railway 

O rand Trunk Rail wav 

Canada Atlantic Railway 

Nosbonsing & Nipissing Railway 












Ottawa & New York Railway 






Niagara, St. Catharines & Toronto Ry. Co 

Tilsonburg, Frie & Pacific Railway 






Lake Erie & Detroit River Railway 






Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo Railway 












Port Dalhousie, St. Catharines & Thorold Electric 

Street Railway Company 

Sandwich, Windsor & Amherstburg Railway 


33,269 06 


Street Railway Co's 


131 20 
110 00 

13 63 
336 36 

31 05 
380 24 

40 00 

1,042 48 




Hamilton & Dundas Street Railway Company 

London Street Railway Companv 

Hamilton, Grimsby & Beamsville Electric Ry. Co 






Belleville Traction Company, ( Ltd) 

Carried forward 






202,098 87 



1901] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



xlvii 



No. 12. 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE.— Continued. 

Under 62 Vic , Cap. 8 ; 63 Vic, Cap. 6 



From whom rec sived. 



Express Companies 



Sleeping and Parlor Car 
Companies 



Natural Gas Companies. 



Gas and Electric Light 
Companies 



Telegraph Companies ' 



Telephone Companies 



Less Refunds 



Service. 



Brought forward 

Kingston. Portsmouth & Cataraqui Electric Ry. Co. . 

St. Thomas Electric Street Railway Company. . . . 

Toronto & Mimico Electric Ry, & Li ht Co., (Ltd) . . 

Toronto Railway Company 

Toronto & Scarborough Elect Ry. , Light & Power Co. 

Brantf ord Street Railway Co 

Ottawa Electric Street Railway Co 

Hamilton Radial Electric Railway Co 

Guelph Street Railwav 

Metropolitan Railway Company 

American Express Company 

Canadian Express Company 

Dominion Express Company 

Pullman Company 

Lehigh Valley R. R. Co 

F. P. Byrne, successor to Interior Construction & Im- 
provement Co 

Provincial Natural Gas & Fuel Co. of Ont., (Ltd) 

United Gas & Oil Co. of Canada, ( Ltd) 

Toronto Electric Light Company 

Incandescent Light Company of Toronto 

Brantford Gas Companv, (Ltd) 

City Gas Company of London 

Windsor Gas Company 

Peoples Electric Light Company, (Ltd) 

St. Thomas Gas & Electric Light Company 

Chatham Gas Company, (Ltd) 

Hamilton Electric Light & Power Co., (Ltd) 

London Electric Company, (Ltd) 

Belleville Gas Company, (Ltd) 

St. Catharines Electric Light & Power Co., (Ltd) 

Ottawa Electric Company 

Guelph Light & Power Company 

Brantford Electric & Operating Co., (L l d) 

Hamilton Gas Light Company , 

Kingston Electric Light, Heat & Power Co 

Ottawa Gas Company 

Stratford Gas Company 

Consumers Gas Company 

Trenton Electric & Water Power Company, (Ltd) 

North American Telegraph Company 

Great North Western Telegraph Company 1 

Montreal Telegraph Company / 

Dominion Telegraph Company 

Bell Telephone Company of Canada 

North American Telegraph Company 

Ontario Loan & Investment Co. (1899-1900) 

Dovercourt Land & Investment Co. (1900) 



1,042 48 

120 54 

116 80 

32 88 

4,748 14 

76 

118 00 

790 47 

48 48 

no co 

5 68 



925 00 
1,800 00 
1,675 00 


856 27 
22 27 


1,882 49 
2,382 02 
4,262 73 



1,998 69 

619 35 

59 40 

240 00 

50 00 

35 00 

79 85 
59 00 

250 00 
320 36 

80 00 
30 08 

890 90 
100 00 
110 20 
255 00 
120 82 
381 40 

70 26 
1.750 00 

20 00 



50 00 


717 24 


475 00 


6,250 00 
62 50 


477 10 
130 00 



202,098 87 



7,134 23 

4,400 00 
878 54 

8,527 24 



7,520 31 



1,242 24 



6,312150 



238,113 93 



607 10 



237.506 83 



Provincial Auditor's Office, 

Toronto, January 15th, 1902. 



C. H. SPROULE, 
Provincial Auditor. 



xlviii 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



[No. 1 



No. 13. 
CASUAL REVENUE. 



From whom received. 



Service. . 



Clerks of the Peace- 
District of Algoma 

County of Brant 

Bruce 

Carleton 

Elgin 

Grey 

Halton 

Kent 

Lincoln 

Lanark 

Middlesex 

Muskoka 

Nipiaping 

Nor. & Durham . 

Oxford 

Parry Sound 

Perth 

Peterborough ... 

Prescott & Russell 

Rainy River 

Simcoe 

Waterloo 

Welland 

Wellington 

C. J. Hollands, P. M., Fort 

Francis 

G. C. Field, P. M., Woodstock. . 
Geo. Haines, P.M., Bowmanville 
M. Houston, P. M., Chatham.. 

G, F. Jelfs, P. M., Hamilton... . 
Jas Aylesworth, P.M., Tam worth 

J. J. Weir, P. M., Berlin 

C. Seager, P. M.. Goderich 

Wm. Young, P. M., Rat Portage 
W. C. Dobie, P.M., Port Arthur 
Geo. Burden, P. M., Sault Ste. 

Marie 

L. K. Murton, P. M., Oshawa . . 
A. Logan, P. M., Niagara Falls. 
W. A. Quibell, P.M , Sudtniry. . 
Geo. Menzies, P. C. C, Owen 

Sound 

T. Beasley, P. C. C, Hamilton. . 
W. P. Lett, P. C. C, Ottawa. . . . 

W. A. McLean, Walkerton 

J. R. Brown, Inspector 

A. Jaffray, Bursar, C. P 

James Jordan, J. P., Frankford. 

Charles Ross, J. P., Douglas 

T. J. Woodcock, Newmarket 



Estate Samuel Barnett 

Dept. Trade and Commerce . . . 

James Meek 

F. J. Apjohn 

T. J. Bourke . 

County of York 

County Crown Attorneys 

Registrars of Deeds" 

Deputy Clerks of the Crown . . . 
Local Registrars, H. C. J 



Fines and forfeitures . 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Less refunded 



.125 00 
. 50 00 



(Factories Act) 



Escheated estate 

Re Chinese Immigration 
Jury fees 

do 

do 



Carried forward 



Re expenses Land Titles Office 

Surplus fees, 57 Vic. cap. 9, Sees. 8 and 9 . 

do 57 Vic. cap. 9, Sec. 4 . . 

do 57 Vic. cap. 9, Sec. 6 

do do 



24 96 
14 60 

9 fiO 
113 77 

4 74 
9 60 
2 40 

45 60 
14 001 

46 55 1 
153 90, 

9 36| 

1 88 

4 80 

48 00 

75 36 

18 95 

1S6 20 

10 56 

67 53 

10 23 
9 80 

46 08 
126 72 



22« 00 
50 00 1 
10 00 

7-1 00 

73 00 
30 00 
25 00 
12 00 
214 00 

1 00 

I 

121 00 

84 00 

362 50 

1,093 00 

I 

17 00 

2 50 
1,119 fiO! 

40 00, 
01 00 
91 25] 
20 00 
2 00 
5 00 



| 1,055 19 



19 50 
19 50 
25 50 



416 79 
1.689 73 
1,090 50 
1,011 34 



4,081 36 



1901] 



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xlix 



No. 13 
CASUAL REVENUE.— Concluded. 



From whom received. 


Service. 


9 c. 


$ e. 






4,081 36 

59 90 
3,951 34 
3,220 67 


8,036 26 


County Court Clerks . 

Registrars Surrogate Court 

Division Court Clerks 


Surplus fees, 57 Vic. Cap. 9, Sec. 6 

do do 

do do 

Ontario Insurance Act — 

Insurance Company Register . . . 


11,318 27 


Insurance Branch 


17,440 01 

749 15 

10 00 

842 10 

7,125 00 
875 00 
700 00 
669 50 




Friendly Society Register 

Application fees 






Miscellaneous 






Loan Corporations Act — 

Loan Companies' Register 

Loaning Land Companies' Register 

Trusts Companies' Register 






Fees Local Master of Titles 

do 

do 


28,410 T« 


H. C. Hamilton, Sault Ste. Marie 

P. McCurry, Parry Sound 

J. E Lount, Bracebridge 

J. M. Munro, Port Arthur 

A. G. Browning, North Bay - . . 
F. J. Apjohn, Rat Portage 


1,446 30 
479 15 
292 23 
248 35 
583 02 

1,587 66 

9,230 32 

2,469 83 

405 60 

152 00 

25 00 

659 00 


do 

do 








Deer hunting licenses 


4,636 71 




Non-resident do 

Game dealers' do 






Hotel and restaurant license 






Cold storage do 

Fines and confiscations do .... 

Circus licenses 


12,941 75 
2,760 00 






Warwick Bro's & Rutter 

Clerk Legislative Assembly 


Official Gazette 

Private Bills 





8,868 93 
9,149 90 


Sale of Statutes 


1,037 96 

45 50 

927 75 

20 00 

38 90 




do Rules of Practice 

do B. N. A. cases 






do Board of Health Act 






do Legislative Bills 






Removal of lunatics 


2,070 11 
4,163 71 


County Treasurers ... 

A Pardoe, Librarian 

Attorney General's Department. 
Estate late D. R. Springer 

Clerk Legislative Assembly .... 


i 


Sundry persons — lost books 


1. 


7 45 


Refund newspaper subscription 

Refund re accountable warrant administra- 
tion of justice, Maniooulin 


1 


1 25 

293 33 
1 64 






i 






92,655 07 



Provincial Auditor's Office 

Toronto, January 15th, 1902 



C H. SPROULE, 
Provincial Auditor. 



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No. 15 

Statement showing amounts payable annually for certificates issued by the Treasurer of 
the Province of Ontario for " Aid to Railways " and " Annuities " 



Year. 



1902 

1903. 

1904. 

1905 

1906. 

1907. 

1908. 

1909. 

1910. 

1911 

1912. 

1913. 

1914. 

1915. 

1916. 

1917. 

1918 

1919. 

1920. 

1921. 

1922. 



Railway Aid 
Certificates. 



92,248 19 
83,780 51 
83,365 22 
83,365 22 
83,365 22 
83,365 22 
83,365 22 
83,365 22 
83,365 22 
83,365 22 
83,365 22 
83,365 22 
83,365 22 
83,365 22 
83,365 22 
83,365 22 
83,365 22 
83,365 22 
83,365 22 
83,365 22 
83,365 22 



Forward 1,759,967 88 2,160,900 00 



Annuities. 



102,900 00 
102,900 00 
102,900 00 
102 900 00 
102,900 00 
102,900 00 
102,900 00 
102,900 00 
102,900 00 
102,900 00 
102,900 00 
102.900 00 
102,900 00 
102,900 00 
102,900 00 
102,900 00 
102,900 00 
102,900 00 
102,900 00 
102,900 00 
102,900 00 



Year. 



Forward 

1923 

1924 

1925 

1926 

1927 

1928 

1929 

1130 

1931 

1932 

1933 

1934 

1935 

1936 

1937 

1938 

1939 

1940 

1941 



Railway Aid 
Certificates. 



Annuities. 



1,759,967 88 2,160,900 00 



83,365 
83,365 
83,365 
83,365 
83,365 
83,365 
83,365 
82,665 
79,167 
72,171 
69,373 
67,274 
55,381 
49,342 
38,712 
35,214 
30,375 
26,491 
12,196 



22 

22 

22 

22 

22 j 

22 j 

22 I 
i 
62 

62 

62 

22 

42 
22 
69 
48 
48 
03 
70 
43 



2,961,890 95 2,908,150 00 



102,900 00 
96.200 00 
82,E00 00 
69,350 00 
56,950 00 
50,700 00 
50,700 00 
50,700 00 
43,700 00 
32,700 00 
28,700 00 
28,700 00 
24,700 00 
16,700 00 
9,200 00 
2,850 00 



Note. —Present value of Railway Certificates (interest If per cent, half yearly) $1,688,691 64 

do Annuities do If do 1,822,099 17 



Provincial Auditor's Office, 
Toronto, January 15th, 1902. 



0. H. SPROULE, 

Provincial Auditor. 






EXPENDITURE STATEMENT. 



1 P. A. 



1901 ] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



STATEMENT OF THE EXPENDITURE by the Treasurer of Ontario during the 

year ended 31st December, 1901. 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT. 



LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR'S OFFICE. 

(Salaries, $2,305.00.) 

F. C. Law Twelve months' salary as Official Secretary $1,200 00 

J. H. Elmsley Eight do A.D.C. to Lieut. -Governor 267 00 

Sidney W. Band Balance, services for 1900 as do 133 00 

F. B. Reade Twelve months' salary as Stenographer (half time) 225 00 

Thomas Lymer do Messenger 480 00 

Expenses ($1,589.16). 

A. Meyer Services as Stenographer during illness of Miss Reade 64 00 

M. Norris do do 25 16 

F. C. Law To pay sundries 1,500 00 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL AND ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S 
DEPARTMENT. 

Salaries ($15,266.00). 

f as Attorney-General '. 4*000 00 

Clerk, Executive Council and Dep. Att.-Gen. 3,000 00 

Assistant Clerk of Executive Council 1,650 00 

Law Secretary of Department 800 00 

Law Clerk and Attorney-General's Secretary. 1.500 00 

Clerk and Stenographer 1,300 00 

Clerk 1,000 00 

do 700 00 

do 650 00 

do 66 00 

Messenger and Caretaker 600 00 

Expenses ($2,259.83). 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter! Printing and binding, 108.08; L. K. Cameron: Stationery, 399.08. 507 16 

L. K. Cameron: Paper, 47.58 ; Rolph, Smith & Co: Stationery, 1.00 ; stamping, 15.50. . . 64 08 

G. N. W. Telegraph Co: Telegrams, 125.64 ; C. P. R. Telegraph C:> " Teleerrams, 98 95. . . . 224 59 
Bell Telephone Co: Messages, 24.20 ; Mrs. Hubertiis : Postage stamps, 260.00 . 284 20 

C. Gripton: Rubber stamps and repairs, 4.50 ; Might Directory Co: Directories, 10 00 14 5^ 

H, Vernon : Hamilton directory, 2.50 ; Ontario Pub. Co: Gazette subscription, 5.00 7 50 

Circuit Guide Pub. Co: Copies Guide, 3.00; Can. Legal Pub. Co" Legal Cht. & Law Lists, 9.25 12 25 

Can. Law Book Co: Lawbooks, 17.00 ; An. Digest, 3.50; Law Journal, 5:00: Law Reps. 43.50. 69 00 

E. Thompson Co: Encyclopaedia (3 vols). 18.00; Carswell Co: Law books, 111.80 129 80 

Carswell Co: Holmsted & Lwierton's Judicature Act, 15.20 ; Law books, 40.20 55 40 

W.H. Higgins: 2 copies Div. Ct. Rules, 10 00; Secy. LawSocy : Certificate for D. A. -Gen. 17.00 27 00 

N. R. Carmichael: Books, 80c; Steinberger, Hendrv Co: Map British Empire, 6.00 6 80 

Copp, Clark Co: Map of Ont., 3.60 ; Can. Ex. Co: Charges. 5.35 ; Dom. Ex. Co., chgs. 4.00 12 95 

Doane Bros. Livery: Cab hire. 71 25; P. Maher: Cabh're, 14 15; Can. Trans. Co: Cab hire, 16.00 101 40 

J. O'Learv: Cab hire. 7.75 ; G. W. Verral: Cab hire, 9.75 : Tor. Ry. Co' Car tickets, 40.00. 57 50 

Hon. J. M. Gibson: Travelling expenses, 123.65 ; F. Ford: Travelling expenses, 10.00 133 65 

W. Marseilles: Travelling expenses, 5.20 ; Can. Typewriter Ex: Supplies and repairs, 9.85. . . 15 50 

J. W. Dill: Services as extra Clerk, 24.00 ; C. S. Berthon, services as Stenographer, 94.45. 118 45 

C.Quinn: Serv.asMess'ger,45.00; BeattieCycleCo: Ex.on bicycle,30.00; DunlopTireCo: Tire, 4.50; 79 50 

J.H.Dunlop: Fun'l exp.7.50 ; Am. Forestry Ass'n: Views,4.00 ; C. A.Fitch: Petty office exp,20.00; 31 50 

Sundry persons' Messenger service, 5.00 ; Sundry newspapers : Subscriptions, 230.00 235 00 

Executive Council Office : — 

Hon.W.Harty: To pay Sten'r, 1900-1,50.00; D.F.Tolchard, luncheons for messenger, 22-55; 72 55 



Hon. J. M. Gibson . 


. .Twelve months' t 


J. R. Cartwright . . . 


do 


J. L. Capreol 


do 


A. M. Dymond 


do 


Frank Ford 


do 


M. Currey 


do 


C A. Fitch 


do 


C. F. Bulmer 


do 


W. Marseilles 


do 


Cecil Mackenzie 


..Two do 


C. H. Chase 


. . Twelve do 



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CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



EDUCATION DEPARTMENT. 



Salaries ($18,220.00). 



Hon. R. Har court Twelve months' salary 

John Millar do 

F.J. Taylor Three do 

H. R. Alley Twelve do 

J. T. R. Stinsou .... do 

H.M.Wilkinson d» 

A. C. Paull do 

F. N. Nudel do 

T. F. Callaghan Ten do 

W. W. Jeffers Four do 

R. J. Bryce Twelve do 

T. J. Greene do 

Allen Ker do 

E. O. Cumines Eight do 

R. H. Macoomb Four do 

F. Woodley Twelve do 

L. McCoikindale do 



Minister of Education $4,000 00 

Deputy Minister of Education 2,500 00 

Chief Clerk and Accountant 400 00 

Clerk and Minister's Secretary 1,500 00 

Clerk 1,300 00 

do 1,300 00 

do 1,150 00 

do 1,100 00 

do 1,050 00 

do 300 00 

do 800 00 

do 750 00 

Clerk and Stenographer H50 00 

Stenographer 320 00 

do 150 00 

Clerk and Messenger 450 00 

Caretaker 500 00 



Expenses ($2,368.75). 

Warwick Bro's & Rutter: Print, and bird., 519.82 ; Rolph Smith & Co: Stamping, 21.00 540 82 

L. K. Cameron: Paper. 233.61 ; stationery, 495.41 ; Brown Bros. Letter press, 30.00. . 759 02 

Brown Bros : Stationery, 4.43 ; W. Tyrrell & Co. : Stationery, 5.50 9 93 

T. Eaton Co. : Stationery 20 

Rice Lewis & Son : Eraser?, 2.00 ; W. McMaster : Postage ptamps, 225.00 227 00 

J. G. Henderson: Postage stamps, 1.36 ; G.N.W. Tel Co: Telegrams, 50.12 51 48 

C.PR. Tel Co. Telegrams, 19.03 ; Bell Telephone Co: Messages, 8.50 27 53 

Might Directory Co: Directories, 15.00; Copp. Clark Co: Can almanacs, 9.46 ; books, 1,40 25 86 

Orange Judd 0.»: Books, 12.00 ; Harold A. Wilson Co : Books, 23.70 35 70 

G. N. Morang & Co : Book 30 

Wm. Briggs: Book, 1.00; E. B. Brown: Book, 2.29; Dep't Pub Print: Postal Guide, 2.75 6 04 

W. H. Higerins: 2 copies Div. Courb Rules, 10.00 ; Wm. Tyrrell & Co: Periodicals, 2.90. . 12 90 

Librarian, University of Toronto : Copies historical publications 35 00 

Ambrose Kent & Sons: Engraving medals, 1.85 ; C. G. Young: Rubber stamp & repairs, 5.00 6 85 

Newsome & Gilbert: Typewriter, 100.00 ; supplies, 2.50 102 50 

Remington Typewriter Co : Supplies 3 50 

Creelman Bros : Typewriter sup, 2.00 ; Can Exp Co - Chers, 7.05 ; Dom Exp Co: Chgs, 1.40 10 45 

G. T. R. : Fr't ch'ges, 5.83 ; Can Trans Co: Cartage, 5.50; Rapid Del Co: Cartage, 10.70 22 03 

Toronto Railway Co: Car tickets, 36.35 ; Doane Bros' Livery: Cab hire, 38.50 74 85 

Can Transfer Co: Cab hire, 3.75 ; G. W. Verral, cab hire, 2 50 6 25 

Trunk and Leather Goods Co : Brief bag 5 00 

Services as Stenographer: E. R. Woodley, 49.67 ; Isabella Moore, 14.00 ; M. Morris, 21.96 85 63 

Marcus Lymburner: Services at 2.00 per day, 48.00; J. J. Richardson, services as Clerk, 22.00 70 00 

G.L.Rutherford: Services at telephone, 17,50 , W. Packenhan: Travelling expenses, 18.75 36 25 

Jno. Millar: Travelling expenses, 4.50 ; Hon. R. Harcourt: Travelling expenses, 78.05 82 55 

British Ass'n Advancement of Science : Membership fee 4 97 

L. McCorkindale: Petty office expenses, 1.26 ; Sundry persons: Messenger service, 10.38. . 11 64 

Sundry newspapers: Advertising, 83.30 : Sundry newspapers : Subscription?, 31.20 114 50 



CROWN LANDS DEPARTMENT. 

Salaries ($39,310.00). 



Hon. E. J. Davis. . . Twelve months' salary as Commissioner 

Aubrev White " Assistant Commissioner 

Geo. Kennedy " Law Clerk 

G. W. Yates " Clerk and Minister's Secretary. 

W. A. H. Findlay " Secretary of Department 



4,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,100 00 
1,109 00 
1,000 00 



LAND SALES AND FREE GRANTS. 



J. J. Murphy Twelve months' salary as Chief Clerk. . , 

E. 8. Williamson do Clerk 

T. M. Hennessy Four do do 

W. R. Ledger Twelve do do 

M. Bengough do Stenographer. 



1,900 00 

1,300 00 

351 00 

800 00 

450 00 



1901 ] 



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CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued, 



SURVEYS AND PATENTS. 



G. B. Kirkpatrick 

W. Revell 

W. F. Lewis 

J. B. Proctor 

C. S. Jones .... 
C. E. Burns 



Twelve months' salary as Director of Surveys . 

do Draughtsman 

do Clerk 

do do 

do do of Patents . . 
do do .-. 



$2,200 00 
1,300 00 
1,000 00 

700 00 
1,550 00 

700 00 



WOODS AND FORESTS. 



J. A. G. Crozier Twelve months' salary as Chief Clerk. 

T. C, Taylor do Clerk 

Kenneth Miller do do 

Alex. McLaren do do 

J. B Cook do do 

R. H. Browne do do 

H. D. Gillard do do 



1,800 00 
1,450 00 
1,000 00 

900 00 
1,100 00 
1,000 00 

700 00 



ACCOUNTS BRANCH. 



D. G. Ross Twelve months' salary as Accountant. 



E. Leierh. 

M. J. Ferris 

A. Robillard 

Harry Cartwright. 

F. Yeigh 

H. Brophy 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Cl*rk 

d» 

do , 

do 

Registrar 

Messenger and Caretaker . 



Expenses ($18,060.12) 



L. K. Cameron: Paper, 968.64 ; 
G.J. Castle: Stationery, 3.50; 



Warwick Bros. & Rutter: Printing and binding, 1,540.33 ; 
L. K. Cameron' Stationery, 2,295.66; 

J. L. Nichol : Stationery, 75 

Grand & Toy: Stationery, 5 00 ; Thos. Henry: Blue print paper, 26.70 

J. A. Harvie : Blue print copies, Lake of the Woods 

W. Mc Master : Postage stamps 

RolDh, Smith & Co: Stamping and embossiner, 33.50 ; G. N. W. Tel" Telegrams, 63.80 

C P. R. Tel. Co: Telegrams, 237.41 ; Bell Telephone Co : Messages, 68.25 

Might Directory Co : Directories, 18.00; Ontario Pub. Co. Gazette 5 00; 

Circuit Guide Pub. Co: Copy Guide, 1.00 

Can. Legal Pub. Co : Legal Chart and Law Lists 

Can. Law Book Co : " Annual Digest, " 

Can. Law Book Co: Law Reports and binding. 32.90 ; Monthly Review: Subscription, 5.00. 

W. H. Higgins: 2 copies Div. Court Rule*,'10.00 ; A. Kirkwood' Books, 86 75 

C. Gripton: Stamps and repairs, 23.95 ; Can. Typewriter Ex: Repairs and supplies, 32 00 ; 

Rent of Machine, 5.00.. .. 

Remington Typewriter Co." Exchange on typewriter. 50 00 ; Repairs and supplies, 6 50 

Creelman Bros. Typewriter Co: Rotary Neostyle, 50.00 ; supplies, 10 20 ; 

rent of typewriter, 20 00 

Map & School Supply* Co . Mounting map, 1 35 ; C Tarling Co: Mounting maps, 92. 75 

Unwin, Murphy & Essin' Tracing of maps, 76.80; Steinberger Hendry Co: Maps of Ont. 10.00. 

Wm Tyrrell " Man and Chart Muskoka Lakes . 

Copp Clark Co : 10,000 maps and folding Algoma and Nipissing 

J. P. MacMillan: Flag design, 1.00 ; Hunter, Rose: Royal Tour Souveniers, 6.25 

J. Lovell & Son : Index to statutes, 3 00 ; Toronto Railway Co " Oar tickets. 50.00 

Can. Express - Charges, 68.10; Dominion Express Co: Charges, 75.77; 

Can. Transfer Co : Cartage, 1.50 

Cab Hire: Doane Bros. Liverv. 35 50 ; P. Maher: 51.60 ; Can. Transfer Co: 5.00 ; 

C Brown : 50 ; G. W. Verral: 2.50 

Hon. E. J. Davis: Trav. exp's 1900, 45.25. 1901, 51.45 ; G. W. Yates: Trav. exp's 30.15. . 

Services as extra Clerk, at 2.50 per day J.J. Kelly, 782.50 ; W. S. Sutherland, 912 50 

Services as extra Clerk, at 2.00 per day: E. M Jarvis, 730.00 ; F. J. Niven: 730.00 ; 

W.J.Sheridan: 626.00; Selby Draper: 700.00 : arrears 1900,415.00; R.D.Moorhead: 188.00; 

D. Ross: 348.00 ; R. T. Winter: 98.00 ; H. M. Pa=smore: 108.00 ; H. N. Simpson: 60.00 ; 

A. Rankin: 94.00 ; G. Richardson: 150.00 

Services as Stenographer, at 6.00 per week: Edna Be*t 

Jule3 Ferry: Services asmesngr, at 5.00 per wk: 260.00 ; B. E. Davidson: Micrometer, 50.00, 

J. A. Proctor ! Services, Queen vs. Conmee 

Alex. Downey : do 

Kerr, Bull & Rowell: do 

Julian Sale Leather Goods Co : Despatch bags 

C. D. Barr : Registg Deed Twp. Carden 

H. C. Hamilton. Cancellation of Mining Lease, 1.00 ; Imperial Bank. Cost of protest, 1.62. 

Assn. Ont. Land Surveyors." Membership fees 2 years 

Sundry newspapers : Adv. timber sale, 2,647.23 ; Sundry persons: Messenger service, 11.60. 
Sundry newspapers : Advertising, 103.75 ; Sundry newspapers: Subscriptions, 265.95 



1,800 00 
1,200 00 
1,000 00 

750 00 
1,050 00 
1,500 00 

600 00 



2,508 92 



2,299 91 


31 70 


37 25 


1,385 00 


97 30 


305 66 


24 00 


10 50 


4 00 


37 90 


96 75 


60 95 


56 50 


80 20 


94 10 


86 80 


1 00 


185 00 


7 25 


53 00 


147 17 


95 10 


126 85 


1,695 00 


4,377 00 


313 00 


310 00 


178 63 


22 50 


345 38 


36 50 


2 10 


2 62 


16 00 


2,658 83 


369 70 



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[No. 1 



OIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



BUREAU OF MINES. 



Salaries ($3,660.83). 



T. W. Gibson Twelve months' salary as Director of Bureau 

W. E. H. Carter do do Secretary 

F. A. Brown Two do do Clerk and Stenographer 

A. Moffatt Ten do do do do 



$2,200 00 

1,056 45 

66 00 

338 38 



Expenses ($3,812.78). 



Bell Tel. Co. : Messages, 2.20 ; 
Dominion Express Co. : Charges, 48.40 ; 



Warwick Bros. & Rutter: Print'g & bind'g, 642.92; staty, 172 56; L.K.Cameron, paper, 747.39. 
Can. Legal Pub. Co: Law List, 2.00 ; Might Directory Co. : Directory, 5.00 ; 

G.N.W. Tel. Co. : Telegrams, 23.56 ....... 

C.P.R. Tel Co. : Telegrams, 82.39 ; 

G.T.R. Co. : Freight charges, 14.78 

C.P. Ry. Co. : Freight charges, 20.36 ; 

Can. Exp. Co. : Charges, 27.97 

Can. Transfer Co.. Cartage, 25c; C. W. Irwin: Brokerage, etc., 5.50 ; 

T. W. Gibson: Trav. exps., 46 35 ; T. W. Gibson, trav. exp.self with Com. C. L, 116.53; 

A. Blue: Travelling expenses, 19.20 ; W. E. H. Carter: Travelling expenses, 10.20 

F. N. Speller: Travelling expenses, 35.73 ; P. S. King & Son: Parliamentary papers, 4.57. 
Engineering Record' Copy Current History, 3.00; Linscott Pub. Co.: Century Series, 15.00 
Bureau National Literature and Art : Parliamentary papers 

Scientific Pub. Co. . 235 copies Can. Supplement 

Can. Mining Review: Six copies Can. Mining Manual, 24.00 ; J. H. W. Cadby, books, 2.14 
Legislative Library : Book, 54c; J. J. Murphy: Book, 75c; 

Eakins & Ferris: Photo supplies. 23.90 

J. D. Thompson '. Registration cancellation of lease 

R. B. Struthers : Copy of evidence and verdict rt Roy inquest 

T. Passingham: Balance fees and expenses supplying log of cutting deep well near Petrolea. . 
T. G. Watson : Bottles and corks for samples of drillings . . . . 

A. Blue : Special services re Mines Report 

Phillips Thompson ', Services re report at 3.00 per day 

Copp. Clark Co. : 4,000 copies map for report 

Toronto Litho. Co. : Colored plates, 22.50 ; Am. Institute Mining Engineers: Dues, 11.00 
North of England Institute Mining Engineers : Dues 

Sundry newspapers : Advertising 

Sundry newspapers : Subscriptions, 78.93 ; Wm. McMast6r: Postage stamps, 199.03 



1,562 87 
30 56 
99 37 
96 73 



168 63 


29 40 


40 30 


18 00 


36 00 


10 00 


26 14 


25 19 


1 57 


2 00 


20 00 


1 00 


300 00 


57 00 


200 00 


33 50 


10 43 


766 13 


277 96 



COLONIZATION AND FORESTRY. 

Salaries ($5,000.00), 



Thos Southworth Twelve months' salary as Director of Colonization and Forestry 

D. Spence.. do Secretary and Intelligence Officer 

M. G. Dickson do Clerk and Stenographer 

Alex. Robertson do do 

R. M. Persse do Constable at sheds \ . . 



1,700 00 

1,500 00 

400 00 

900 00 

500 00 



Expenses ($1,276.99). 



L. K. Cameron: Paper, 21.21 



Can. Legal Pub. Co: Law lists, 2.00 



Chandler & Massey, 5.75 ; 



Warwick "ros & Rutter: Printing and binding, 23.50 
stationery, 168.89 

Geo. J. Castle: Stationery, 3.50 ; 

Might Directory Co . Directory, 5.00 

Books: W. Sutherland, 75c ; Wm. Tyrrell Co, 2.50 

W. Briggs, 1.00 ; G. N. Morarg & Co, 3.50 

G. N. W. Tel. Co: Telegrams, 43.55; C.P.R. Tel. Co: Telegrams, 26.31; 
Bell Telephone Co : Messages, 1.85 . . 

Can. Exp. Co: Charges, 6.70; Dom. Exp. Co: Charges, 2 15; Can. Trans. Co: Cartage, 2.00 

J. Duggan: Cartage, 5.50; Doane Bros. Livery: Cab hire, 2.75 ; 
T. Southworth: Trav exps and disbts, 288.47 

Tor. Ry. Co: Car tickets, 13.25 ; Remington Typewriter Co: Reprs and supplies, 12.95. . . 

Creelman Bros: Rent of machine, 3.00 ; Can. Legal Pub. Co: Typewriter, 100.00 

Toronto Type Foundry Co: Numbering machine,12,00; Eakins & Ferris,photo supplies, 30. 70 

Ont. Rubber Co: Camp blankets, etc, 1.70 ; Chas. Watts, postage basket, 11.00 

Julian Sale Leather Goods Co: Repairs,1.75; Nicholson CutleryCo: Knives, forks, spoons, etc,5. 65 

Steinberger, Hendry Co" Maps,21 00; P. Thompson" Services re report at 3.00 per day, 129.50 

R. D. Moorhead: Services at 2.00 per day, 84.00 ; Wm. McMaster: Postage stamps, 165.97. 

Subscriptions: Timber Trade Journal, 15.64 ; Park<b Cemetery, 2.00 ; Am. Forestry, 4.00 
Penn. Forestry Assn, 1.00 ; Monthly Review, 5.00 ; Mail Printing Co, 8.00 
Globe Pub. Co, 10.00 ; Mass. Forestry Assn, 4.00 ; Waghorn's Guide, 3.00 
Can. Forestry Assn, 4.00 ; Can. Lumberman, 1.00 ; Printer and Publisher, 2.00 
Toronto World, 3.00 ; International Railway Co, 1.00 ; Meehan's Monthly, 4.00 



213 60 

10 50 

13 50 

71 71 
10 85 

296 72 
26 20 

103 00 

42 70 

12 70 

7 40 

150 n0 

249 97 



67 64 



1901] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



A. W. Campbell... 




do 


Kivas Tully 




do 


R. McCallum 




do 


F. R. Heakes 




do 


Wm. Edwards 




do 


J. P. Edwards 




do 


R. P. Fairbairn . . . 




do 


P. E. Ryan 




do 


M. C. O'Donell . . . 




do 


C. O'Grady 




do 


M. N. Jarrett 




do 


T. Burton 


...Five 


do 


Jas Mulligan 


. . . Seven 


do 


Henry Smith 


. ..Twelve 


do 


J. H. Bradshaw . . . 




do 


M. P. Dogherty . . 




do 


W. A. McLean 




do 


L. McMahon 




do 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. 

Salaries ($23,450.00). 

Hon^F^R. Latchford. Twelve months' salary as Commissioner $4,000 00 

Assistant Commissioner 2,000 00 

Consulting Engineer and Architect 1,500 00 

Engineer 2,100 00 

Architect 1,800 00 

Secretary, Public Works. 1,000 00 

Accountant and Law Clerk 1,300 00 

Architectural Draughtsman 1,400 90 

Secretary to Commissioner 1,100 00 

Assistant Clerk and Paymaster 1,000 00 

Cierk of Files 450 00 

Clerk and Stenographer 500 00 

Messenger 250 00 

do 350 00 

Superintendent, Colonization Roads 1^900 00 

Clerk do 900 00 

do do 800 00 

do GoodRoads 700 00 

Stenographer do 400 00 

Expenses, ($5,310.95). 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter: Printing and binding, 218.46 ; Rolph, Smith & Co: Stamping, 10.00 

L. K. Cameron: Paper, 42.84 ; stationery, 411.65 ; Brown Bros' Stationery, 4.00 

G. J. Castle* Stationery, 7.00 ; Thos. Henry: Blue print paper, 90.35 ; 

Mrs. Hubertus : Postage stamps, 280 00 

C. Grripton: Rubber stamps and repairs, 25.25 ; Might Directory Co: Directory, 5.60 

W. H. Higgins: 2 copies Div. Court Rules, 10.00 ; J. M. Stephens" Map of Ontario, 40c. . 
Scientific American: Sup. subscription, 9.00; Rem. Typewriter Co' Repairs and supplies, 55c. 

Creelman Bros. Typewriter Co : rent of machine, 6. 75 ; rep and sup, 85c 

G. N. W. Telegraph Co: Telegrams, 50.65 ; C, P. R. Telegraph Co: Telegrams, 141.15 ; 

Bell Telephone Co: Messages, 126.80 

Can. Ex. Co: Charges, 15.40 ; Dom. Ex, Co: Charges, 4.40 ; Can. Trans. Co: Charges, 1.50 

Doane Bros Livery : Cab hire, 30 00 ; Toronto Railway Co : Car tickets, 95.00 

Hon. F. R. Latchford : Travelling expenses. 1900 

Architects supplies: Aikenhead Hardware Co. 16.00 ; J. J. O'Hearn, 5.00 ; 

J. P. McMillan, 1.00 ; Jas. Foster, 3.25 ; S. Lugsdin & Co, 25c 

Registrar, Muskoka: Abstract of Title, 1.90 ; Registering deeds, 3,40 

Registrar, Northumberland : Registering deeds 

Jas. Connelly, Draughtsman, 2.60 per day 

F. J. Sullivan : Services at 2.00 per day 

H, E. Moore : Services as Draughtsman at 2.00 ppr day 

T. Burton: Services as Draughtsman, 192.50; Mrs Grant' Services as Stenographer, 66.00 

E. A. Bishop' Services as Messenger, 18.26 ; Wm. Edwards: Petty office expenses, 50c 

Sundry persons: Messenger service, 7. 00 ; Sundry newspapers : Subscriptions, 167.50 

Good Roads Branch :— 

Warwick Bros & Rutter: Printing and binding, 35.57 ; Pub. Syndicate. Stationery, 1.50 

L. K. Cameron: Paper, 155.35 ; Stationeiy, 47.71 ; G. J. Castle: Stationery, 3.50. 

Mrs. Hubertus: Postage stamps, 25.00 ; C. Gripton: Rubber stamps and repairs, 10.10 

Municipal Engineering Co: Directory, 5. 00 ; C.P.R. Tel Co: Telegrams, 15.55 

G.N. W. Tel. Co' Telegrams, 13.99 ; Bell Telephone Co: Messages, 4.40 

Can. Exp. Co' Charges, 55c ; Toronto Railway Co: Car tickets, 5.00 

A. W.Campbell : Trav. exp, 721.15 ; A.Patullo : Trav. exps, delegate to G.R. Congress, 42.85 
Books :— Cassels & Co, 1.48 ; A. P. Watts, 6.00 ; Enq. Record, 9.00 ; Eng. News, Co, 36.00. 

Chandler & Massey : Book, 1.35 ; St. Ihcmas Journal Etchings of plans, 8.00 

J. A. Harvie: Prints, 10.00; J. Bruce • Photos of Rds, 1.00; A.L.Handford: Photos of Rds, 3.00 
J. R. Morden' Photos of Roads. 3.00 ; E. F. Rowley: Photos of Roads, 1.00; 

Galbraith & Co ' Photos of Roads, 50c 

Services as Clerk :-M. G. Dickson, 10.00 ; W. J Clark, 16.34 ; P. R. McMaster, 32.00. . 

L. Evans : Services as Stenographer, 36.00 ; T. Lynch : Paste, 50c 

Can. Society of Engineers: Dues, 14.00 ; Sundry newspapers: Extra copies, 54.75 

Sundry newspapers and Eng. magazines, 51.50 ; Creelman Bros.' typewriter, 110.00 

A. W . Campbell ■ Travelling expenses 

Colonization Roads Branch : — 

Warwick Bros & Rutter: Printing and binding, 47.84 ; L. K. Cameron: Paper, 58.79. . 

L.K.Cameron' Stationery, 23.81 ; Mrs. Hubertus: Postage stamps, 75.00 

G. N. W. Tel. Co: Telegrams, 3.65; ; C. P. R. Tel. Co: Telegrams, 26.19 

Bell Telephone Co : Messages 



228 46 


458 49 


377 35 


30 25 


10 40 


9 55 


7 60 


318 60 


21 30 


125 00 


250 00 


25 50 


5 30 


1 62 


461 00 


68 00 


352 00 


258 50 


18 76 


174 50 


37 07 


206 56 


35 10 


20 55 


18 39 


5 55 


764 00 


52 48 


9 35 


14 00 


4 50 


58 34 


36 50 


68 75 


161 50 


380 45 


106 63 


98 81 


29 84 


40 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 
TREASURY DEPARTMENT. 

Salaries ($17,050.00). 

Hon. G. W. Ross. . . Twelve months' salary as Premier and Treasurer $7,000 00 

W. N. Anderson do Assistant Treasurer 

L. V Percival do Clerk and Minister's Secretary 

W. N. Douglas do Chief Clerk 

G. W. Duncan do Clerk and Cashier 

T.J.Wells do do 

D. R. Mackenzie do do 

N. H. Crowe do do 

A. E. Semple do do and Stenographer 

C. Jeffery do do do . 

A. Gayfer do Bank Messenger and Caretaker 

Expenses ($3,182 65). 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter! printing and binding, 152.37 ; R. Lavary . stationery, 1.50 

L. K. Cameron: paper, 90.48; stationery, 393.78 ; G. J. Castle: stationery, 10.50 

Office Specialty Co: stationery, 25 ; Mrs. Hubertus: postage stamps, 598.00 

Wm. McMaster: postage stamps, 111.00 ; G. W. Duncan: postage stamps, 55.06 

C. Gripton: rubber stamps and repairs, 10.25 ; Creelman Bros: rent of typewriter, 37.75. . 
Can. Typewriter Ex: repairs and supplies, 3 00 ; Newsome & Gilbert: rent of typewriter, 10.00 

Rolph, Smith & Co : cheque books, 336.00 ; stamping, etc., 23.50 

Clark Litho. Co : receipt books, 16.00 ; cheaue books, 70.00 

C PR. Tel. Co: telegrams, 79.47 ; G N.W. Tel. Co: tejs., 43.53 ; Bell Tel. Co: messages, 5.90 
Can. Express Co! charges, 3.05; Dom. Ex. Co: charges, 7.25; Can. Trans. Co: cartage, 50 
Tor. Ry. Co' car tickets, 75.00 ;JDoane Brhs. Livery: cab hire, 257.00 ; R. Bond: cab hire, 2.50 
Hon. G. W. Ross: travelling expenses, 110 00 ; L. V. Percival: travelling expenses, 10.00 

C. H. Cha^e: travelling expenses, 5 00 ; Might Directory: directories, 10.00 

Can. Legal Pub. Co: Law Lists, 5.25 ; Circuit Guide Pub. Co: Copies Guide, 2.00 

Toronto Railway Guide: subscription, 5.00 ; International Railway Guide' subscription, 1.00 
Wm. Tyrrell & Co: Can. Almanacs, 75; L. D. Des Jardine: 4 copies Speaker's Decisions, 5.00 
W. H. Higgins' 2 copies Div. Ct. Rules, 10.00: A. Pritnell: copy Funk& Wagnalls Diet , 7-50 

Ontario Pub. Co' Gazette. 5.00 ; Steinberger, Hendry Co: map of Ontario, 5.00 

J. W. Dill, services at 2.00 per day, 24.00 ; A. E. Semple, additional allowance, 50.00 

E. Cosgrove, services as Messenger at 5.00 per wk., 246.00; Jas. Rennie, services as Mess., 30.00 
Guarantee Co. North America: premium on bonds, Asst. Treas., 20.00 ; Cashier, 20.00 . . . 
Julian Sale Leather Goods Co: rep. bagr. 2.50 ; D. F. Tolchard: lunches during session. 20.65 
W. N. Douglas: petty office expenses, 20 ; Sundry persons: messenger service, 12.00. ... 
Sundry newspapers : subscriptions , 

PROVINCIAL AUDITOR'S OFFICE 

Salaries, ($7,625.00 ) 



C. H, Sproule Twelve months' salary as Provincial Auditor 

W. W. Wood do Assistant do 

A. J. Rattrav do Bookkeeper 

T. P. Stewart do Clerk 

G. A. Brown do do .. 



2,500 00 


1,600 00 


1,200 00 


1,000 00 


800 00 


700 00 


550 00 


500 00 


500 00 


700 00 


153 87 


494 76 


598 25 


166 06 


48 00 


13 00 


359 50 


86 00 


128 90 


10 80 


334 50 


120 00 


15 00 


7 25 


6 00 


5 75 


17 50 


10 00 


74 00 


276 00 


40 00 


23 15 


12 20 


182 16 



Expenses, ($1,470.29.) 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter: Pter & bind'g, 54.55 ; L. K. Cameron: Paper, 54.50; stat'ry, 120.65; 
R. Lavary: Stat'ry, .75; Mrs. Hubertus Post, stamps, 45.00; Bell Tel. Co: Mes. 1.10 ; 

Might Directory Co: Directory, 5.00; Central Press Agency: Newspaper directory, 2.00. . 

Toronto Railway Guide: Subscription, 5 00 ; Ontario Pub. Co: Gazette, 5.00 

C. Gripton: Rubber stamps and repairs, 8.00; C. G. Young: rubber stamp repairs, 1.00 . . 

Can. Typewriter Exchange: Supplies. 7.25 ; Colonial Typewriter Co* Supplies. .75 

Toronto Railway Co: Car tickets, 52.69 ; T. P. Stewart" Travelling expenses, 77.35 

A. J. Rattrav: Travelling expenses, 44.35 ; W. W. Wood: Travelling expenses, 47.35 

G. A. Brown ' Travelling expenses, 40 00 ; Doane Bros. Liverv! Cab hire, 1.50 

C. O. Brimer: Ser. as Clerk at 14.00 per w'k, 616.00; W. A. Glookling: Ser. asM'sgr, 252.25; 

H. Truax: Services as Messenger, 16.00 ; T. P. Stewart: Petty office expenses, .25 

Sundry newspapers : Subscriptions 

PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT. 

Salaries ($16,541.00). 

Hon. J. R. Stratton . .Twelve months' salary as Secretary and Registrar 4,000 00 

Geo. E. Lumsden do Assistant Secretary 2,500 00 

J. B. McLachlan do Chief Clerk 1,250 00 

J. D. Warde do Clerk 1,150 00 



2,500 00 


1,500 00 


1,575 00 


1,250 00 


800 00- 


229 70 


46 85 


7 00 


10 00 


9 00 


8 00 


130 04 


91 70 


41 50 


868 25 


16 25 


12 00 



1901 ] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTME NT-Con. 



Salariks— Con. 



L, H. Irving Twelve months' salary as Clerk . 



R. A. Eaton 




do 


E. A. Dent 




do 


J. F. C. Ussher . . 




do 


Geo. Hobbs 




do 


E. Jenkinson 




do 


G. W. Yates 


...One- 


do 


H. Burrows 


Eleven 


do 


E. C. Myers 


. . .Twelve 


do 


F. Costello 




do 



Engrossing Clerk 

Clerk and Stenographer 

Deputy Registrar 

Clerk 

do 

do and Minister's Secretary 
do 

Asst. Stenographer 

Messenger and Caretaker 



$1,050 00 
700 00 
500 00 

1,400 00 

900 00 

850 00 

91 00 

1,100 00 
500 00 
550 00 



Expenses ($3 866.46). 

Warwick Bro's & Rutter: Printing and binding, 473 15; Rolph, Smith & Co: Stamping, 10.00 483 15 

L. K. Cameron: Paper, 219.94; stationery, 952.05 ; R. La vary: Stationery, .75 .... 1,172 74 

Wm. McMaster: Postage stamps, 885.00 ; C. Gripton: Rubber stamps and repairs, 17.25. . 902 25 

C.P.R.Tel.Co: Telgrms, 29 65; G.N.W.Tel.Co Telgrms, 29.02; Bell Tel. Co: Messgs, 46.85 105 52 

Can. Exp. Co: Charges, 1.75 ; Horn. Exp. Co: Charges, 80c ; Can. Transfer Co: Cartage, 50c 3 05 

Doane Bros Livery: Cab hire, 49.25; P. Maher: Cab hire, 46.65; Tor. Ry.Co: Car tickets, 57.00 152 90 

Hon. J. R. Stratton: Travelling expenses, 87.50; H. Burrows' Travelling expenses, 10.00 97 50 

Oreelman Bros. Typewriter Co: Rent of machines, 10.75 ; repairs and supplies, 3.00 13 75 

Can. Typewriter Exchange: Rent of machines, 28.00 ; Can. Legal Pub. Co: Law lists, 7.25 35 25 

Mieht Dir. Co: Directories, 10.00; Bradstreet Co: Subscptn, 16 66; Tor.Ry.Co: Sub3cptn, 5.00 31 66 

W.H.Higgins: Copies Div. Crt rales, 5.00 ; C. O. Blanchemin & Fils: Index to supplemt, 4.00 9 00 

Steinberger, Hendry Co: Map of Ontario, 5.00 ; E.C. Myers: Services as Stenographer, 26.29 31 29 

O. B. Platts: Services as Stenographer, 194 67 ; M M. Durkin: Services as Stenogphr, 171.00 365 67 

J.. B. Pardee: Services at 2.00 per day, 14.00 ; H. McBain: Services at 2.00 per day, 56 00 70 00 

F. J. Glackmeyer: Services at 2.00 per day, 42.00 ; G. O'Leary: Services as Messenger, 72.00 114 00 

R. M. Williams: Engrossing patents, 93.75; E. Neild: Services addressing envelopes, 2.80 96 55 

Employers' Liability Co: Prem. on Bond of Clerk, 8.00 ; M. Gribble, work in vault, 3.00 11 00 

Sundry persons: Messenger service, 10 00 ; Sundry newspapers: Subscriptions, 161.18 171 18 



INSPECTION PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS. 



Salaries ($13,247.33). 



R. Christie Twelve months' salary as Inspector of Asvlams. 



T. F. Chamberlain . . 




do 


James Noxon 




do 






do 


W. Drummond 


..Eight 


do 


F. Wil'iams .. 


..Four 


do 


H. B. McBain .... 


..Ten 


do 


F. M. Nicholson 


. .Twelve 


do 


I. R. Aikins 




do 


H. J. Scobie 




do 


E. C. Jury 




do 



Inspector of Prisons and Charities, 
do 

Chief Clerk 

Clerk and Accountant 

do 

Assistant Clerk 

Clerk and Stenographer 

do 

Stenographer, (half time) 

Messenger 



2,600 00 

2,500 00 

2,400 00 

1,300 00 

600 00 

300 00 

672 33 

1,150 00 

1,000 00 

225 00 

5U0 00 



Expenses ($3,118.66). 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter: Printing and binding, 332.83 ; Rolph Smith & Co: Stamping, 8.00 340 83 

L K. Cameron: F'aper, 117.78; stationery, 236.53; G. J. Castle* Stationery, 3.50 . 357 81 

Mrs. Hubertus: Postage stamps, 575.00 ; C. P. R. Tel. Co: Telegrams, 32.07 607 07 

G. N. W. Tel. Co • Telegrams, 64.38 ; Toronto Railway Co . Car tickets, 50 00 114 38 

Can. Legal Pub Co: Law lists, 3.25 ; Bradstreet Co: Subscription, 16 68 19 93 

Toronto Railway Guide : Subscription, 5 00 ; Might Directory Co: Directory, 5.00 ... 10 00 

Journal Mental Science: Subscription, 5.50 ; Scientific American' Subscription, 3.00. . . 8 50 

Am. Jour. Insanity: Sub., 5.00 ; J.Lester: Cartage, 1.50; Bell Tel. Co: Messages, 5.90 12 40 

Cab hire. Doane Bros.' Livery, 3.50 ; R. Bond, 13 00 ; G. W. Verral, 2.75 19 25 

Travelling expenses' R. Christie, 99.66 ; Jas. Noxon, 100.00 ; T.F. Chamberlain, 744.45 ; 

F. M. Nicholson, 20 50 ; I. R. Aikins, 20.00 ; J. Mann, 11.50 996 11 

Creelman Bros. T'p'wr. Co: Supplies, 2.25 ; Remington T'p'wr. Co: Typewriter, 110.00 112 25 

C. Gripton: Stamps and repairs, 3.50 ; Minnie Twomney : Stenographer, 80.00 83 50 

Services at 2.00 per day: Jno. Waddell, 108.50 ; F. J. Glackmeyer, 86.')0 ; A. B. Mann, 192.00 386 50 

W. Drummond: Petty office exp., 5 00 ; National Con. Charities: Membership fee, 2.60. . 7 60 

Sundry persons : Messenger service, 3,00 ; Sundry newspapers: subscriptions, 39.53 42 53 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



[No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



AUDIT OF LICENSE AND JUSTICE ACCOUNTS. 



Salaries ($9,150.00). 



Henry Totten Twelve months' salary as Chief Officer , 

J. K. Stewart do Provincial Inspector 

J. F. Mowat do Clerk of Accounts 

F. X. Kormann do do , 

S. J. Orcsby po Clerk and Stenographer , 

J. J. Walsh do do 

E. A. McLaurin do do of Administration of Justice Accounts 



$2,000 00 
1,850 00 
1,350 00 
1,150 00 
800 00 
500 00 
1,500 00 



Expenses ($632.! 



L. K. Cameron: Stationery, 89.31 ; Mrs. Hubertus: Postage stamps, 100.00 

C.P.R. Tel. Co : Telegrams, 14.71 ; G. N. W. Tel. Co : Telegrams, 6.77 , 

Bell Telephone Co.' Messages, 3.35 ; Can Law Journal '. Subscription. 5.00 , 

Circuit Guide Pub. Co: Copies of Guide, 2 00 ; Might Directory Cn" Directory, 5.00 

Can. Legal Pub. Co : Law List, 2.00 ; Wm. Tyrrell & Co : Book, .45 

G. Gripton' Rubber stamp and repairs, 1.50; Remington Typewriter Co * Supplies, 1.00. 

Can. Express Co : Charges, 1.05 ; Dom. Express Co ! Charges, 1.85 

Toronto Railway Co : Car tickets 

Services as Clerk at 2.00 per day :— 

0. B. Stone, 190.00 ; F. W. Rutherford, 174 00 ; E. W. Wallace, 12.00 

E. A. McLaurin: Petty office expenses, 10.00; Sundry newspapers: Subscriptions, 11.00. 



189 31 


21 48 


8 35 


7 00 


2 45 


2 50 


2 90 


2 00 


376 00 


21 00 



REGISTRAR-GENERAL'S BRANCH. 



Salaries, ($7,640.34.) 



Inspector 
Chief Clerk. 

Clerk 

do 



P. H. Bryce, M.D Twelve months' salary as Deputy Registrar- General 

R. B. Hamilton 

George Wheler 

J. McGill Ridley 

T. F. Callaghan Two 

J. P. Conway Nine 

C. M. Pardee Twelve 

Frank Jones 

C. S. Horrocks 

H. J. Scobie Six 

F. Costello One 

J. F. Dwyer Ten 

Geo. Jones Four and | 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 

do 

do 

do 

Stenographer 
Messenger . . . 

do 

do 



500 00 

1,200 00 

1,000 00 

900 00 

150 00 

"12 50 

750 00 

800 00 

900 00 

225 00 

29 00 

323 84 

150 00 



Expenses, ($2,295.89.) 



Warwick Bros. & Rutter: printing and binding, 517.19 ; L. K. Cameron: paper, 427.41 . . 

L. K. Cameron: stationery, 150.80 ; Wm. McMasW, postage stamps, 200.00 

C. P. R. Telegraph Co.: Telegrams, .81 ; G. N. W. Telegraph Co.: Telegrams, .33; 

Bell Telephone Co. : Messages, 1.85 

Might Directory Co. : Directory, 5.00 ; Hart & Riddell: Registers, 17 54 

Municipal World: Registers, 5.56 ; Creelraan Bros. Typewriter Co. : Supplies, 3.50 

Map & School Supply Co. : Mounting maps, 1.25 ; Canadian Express Co. : Charges, 1.65. . . 

Dominion Express Co. : Charges, 1.80 ; Toronto Railway Co. " Car tickets, 3. 00 

R. B. Hamilton : Travelling expenses, 99.60 ; Marion Smith : Services at 10.00 per week, 45.00 
Services as Clerk at 2.00 per day :— 

S.B.Weir, 126.00; W.J.M.Cragg, 72.00; W.H. Hamilton, 54.00; E. Jolliffe, 60.00; 

E.W. Wallace, 48.00; W.J. Hanley, 84.00; R.A.Ward, 40.00; A.C. Howell, 54.00; 

G. Blezard, 72.00 

Services as Registrar, Unorganized Districts :- 

M. Nelan, 5.60 ; J Armstrong, 5 20 ; 

Rev. A. Salt, 3.20; J. Gillies, 5.20; 

J. P. Boland, 13.20 ; J. R.Lumley, 4.60 ; 
. Rev.T.H.P itchard, 13.40; C.L.D.Sims 

W. L. Kemp, 1.40 ; S. A. King. 10.20 

J.W. Kinney, 6 60; R. E.Miller, 6.00; 

R. B. Man, 3.60 

C. S. Horrocks" flour for paste, 1.40 ; Sundry persons: messenger service, 1.00 
Sundry newspapers : Subscriptions , 



D. Patterson, 15.40 ; R. Cole, 4.80 ; 

J. O Stewart, 1.80; W. Rumsey, 9.80; 

A.E. Annis, 3.80 ; T.Breiderback, 2.20 ; 

9.20; W. Abbott, 8.60; J. J. Allen, 3.00 ; 

W. Harris, 10.40 ; C. Murphy, 14.20 ; 

O.La France, 12.80; J. A. Devenny, 17.80 ; 



944 60 


350 80 


2 99 


22 54 


9 06 


2 90 


4 80 


144 60 



610 00 



192 00 
2 40 
9 20 






1901] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



11 



OIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



PROVINCIAL BOARD OF HEALTH. 



Salaries, ($5,253.00. 



Henry E. Vaux, M.D. Twelve months' salary as Chairman 

P. H. Bryce, M.D do Secretary 

«J . A. Amyot, M. D . . . . do Provincial Analyst 

G. B. Lindsay do Clerk 

D. W. Paton Five do do and Stenographer. 

Georj?6 Jones Eight and £ do Messenger, half time . . . 

M. M. Durkin Three do Stenographer , 



$ 400 00 
2,000 00 
1,400 00 
850 00 
200 00 
250 00 
153 00 



BOARD OF HEALTH ($2,239.78). 



Warwick Brcs. & Rutter : Pr'ntgand binding, 539.22; Rolph, Smith & Co: Stamping, 10.00. 

L. K. Cameron: Paper, 200.95 ; L. K. Cameron: Stationery. 147.35 

W. McMaster: Postage stamps, 15.00; C. P. R. Telegraph: Telegrams, 162.04 

G.N. W. Telegraph Co : Telegrams, 49.25 ; Bell Tel. Co : Messages, 1.80 . 

Can. Ex. Co: Charges, 5 80 ; Dom. Ex. Co: Charges, 1.00 ; Tor. Ry Co: Car tickets, 10.00. 

Might Directory Co : Directory, 5 00 ; Int'l Ry Guide : Subscription, 1.00 

P. S. King & Son: Gov't Board Report 1 , 2.56 ; Journal Medical Asso: Subscription, 5.00 

Canada Law Book Co: Law books, 7.00 ; Creelman Bros: Repairs and supplies, 13 70 

C. Gripton: Stamp and repairs, 3.25 ; Grip Printing Co'. Zinc etchings for diagrams, 4.84. . . 
Health Conference: Dues, 10.00 ; do do plans, etc , 12.62. . 

Attendance at Board meetings' J. J. Cassidy. M.D., 160.00 ; W. J. Douglas, M.D,, 70.00 ; 

E. E. Kitchen, M.D., 130.00 ; J. H. McCullough, M.D.. 100.00 

Wm. Oldright, M.D 

Travelling expenses, re Board meetings: J. J. Ca«sidy, M.D., 7.68; W. J. Douglas. MD., 82.45 

E. E. Kitchen, M.D., 49.25; H. E. Vaux, M.D., 49.02; J. H. McCullough, M.D., 54.40; 

W. Oldright, M.D., 8.85 . 

C. S. Horrocks: Petty office expenses, 75c; J. E. Berkley-Smith: Rent of laboratory, 200.00. 
Sundry newspapers : Subscriptions 



549 22 

348 30 

177 04 

51 05 

16 80 

6 00 

7 56 
20 70 

8 09 
22 62 



575 00 



251 65 

200 75 

5 00 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 



Salaries ($17,750.00). 



Hon. John Dryden. . .Twelve months' salary 

W. B. Varley do 

C.C.James i* """ do 

W. F. McMaster ' do 

Thos. McGillicudy.. . . do 

W. O. Gallaway do 

N.J.Clark do 

John Darrach do 

W. J. Gray "do 

M. Wilson hih b,,: do 

A. G. Henderson do 

B. Thompson do 

Thos. Lynch TT T fflC3i do 



3 Minister of Agriculture 4,000 00 

Clerk and Minister's Secretary 1,200 00 

Deputy Minister 2,500 00 

Assistant Secretary 1,700 00 

Clerk Stenographer 1,050 00 

ChiefClerk . 1,400 00 

Clerk, Municipal Statistics 1,000 00 

do 1,000 00 

do 900 00 

do 1,000 00 

do ... 900 00 

do and Stenographer 500 00 

Messenger and Caretaker 600 00 



|Expenses ($1,488.95). 

Warwick Bro's & Rutter: Printing and binding, 55 07; Rolph Smith & Co: Stamping, 8.00 .-. 

L. K. Cameron: Paper, 10.82 ; stationery, 253.51 ; G. J. Castle: Stationery, 3.50 

Office Specialty Co: Stationery, 6.88 ; Perfect Mucilage Bottle Co: Stationery, 2.00 

R. Lavary : Stationery, 75c ; W. McMaster: Postage stamps, 250.00 

C.P.R. Telegraph : Telegrams, 20.64 ; G.N.W. Telegraph Co: Telegrams, 33.90 

Bell Tel. Co: Message*, 4.35; Can. Exp. Co: Charges, 20.35 ; Dom. Exp. Co: Charges, 4.35. 
C.P. Railway Co: Freight charges, 59c ; Canadian Transfpr Co: Cartage mail tn P.O., 88.25. . 

Toronto Railway Co: Car tickets, 10.00 ; Doane Bros'. Livery Cab hire, 58.50 

R. Bond: Cab hire, 75c; C. C.James, trav exp., 78.45; W. B. Varley, trav. exp., 7.50.. 
Hon. J. Dryden' Trav. exp., 49.75 ; Toronto Ry. Guide: Sub. 10.00 ; Agri. Journal, sub. 8.96. . 

Canada Legal Publishing Co: Law lists, 4.00 ; Might Directory Co: Directory, 5.00 

Circuit Guide Pub. Co: Copiesof Guide, 2.00 ; W.H..Higgins: 2 copies Div. Court rules, 10.00 
Hunter, Rose & Co: 25 copies Royal Tour, 6.25 ; Ontario Publishing Co: Gazette, 5.00 .... 
Books: A. P. Watts, 2.00 ; M. J. Henry, 5.00 ; Carswell Co., 4 85; W. Briggs, 3.52 ; 

Dep. Pub. P't'g, Ottawa. 2.35 : Chandler & Massey, 15.85; J.Connor, 2.90 ; W.Dickson, 3 00; 

Mun. World, 3.00; A. Britneli; 2.00; Virtue & Co., 5.00; J. M.Oxley,1.50; A.M.Stretton, 2.00 
Steinberger Hendry Co f Maps of Ont., 10.00 ; Firstbrook Box Co : Boxes for shp'g reports, 12.60 
C. Gripton: Rubber stamps and rep., 2.20 ; Newsome & Gilbert: Repairs and supplies, 11.85 

Park & Co: Photo, 2.50 ; do Typewriter, 122 50 

Ama. Assoc. Advanced Science" Assessment. 6.00 ; Sundry persons, messenger service, 8.00. 
Sundry newspapers : Subscriptions 



63 07 


267 83 


8 88 


250 75 


54 54 


29 05 


88 84 


68 50 


S6 70 


68 71 


9 00 


12 00 


11 25 


15 37 


24 10 


13 50 


22 60 


14 05 


125 00 


14 00 


241 21 



12 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 
INSURANCE BRANCH. 

Salaries ($5,450.00.) 

J. Howard Hunter ..Twelve months' salary as Inspector of Insurance and Registrar of 

Friendly Societies $3,000 00 

W. J. Vale do Assistant do 1,100 00 

K. A. Chisholm do Clerk 900 00 

Alice C. Lynch do Stenographer 450 00 

Expenses (2,900.22. 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter' Printing and binding, 888.51 ; L. K. Cameron! Paper, 308 02. . 1,196 53 

L. K. Cameron : Stationery, 214.30 ; R. La vary : Stationery, .75 . 215 05 

Mrs. Hubertus : Postage stamps, 124.00 ; J, H Hunter: To pay for Law stamps, 1.30 125 30 

C.P.R. Tel. Co: Telegrams, 1.88 ; G.N.W. Tel. Co: Telegrams, 3.04 „ 4 92 

Bell Tel. Co.' Messages, .35 ; C. Gripton ' Rubber stamps and repairs, 3.45 3 80 

Creelman Bros. Typewriter Col Exchange on typewriter, 106 00 ; Supplies, 3.00 109 00 

Subscriptions '. — 

International Ry. Guide 1.00; Bradstreefs' Agency, 16.66 ; Bulletin, 4.00 ; 

Journal of Commerce, 4.00 ; Money and Risks. 2.00 ; Monetary Times, 3.00 ; 

Insurance Monitor, 6.00 . Ontario Pub. Co Gazette, 5.00 41 66 

Can Legal Pub. Co' Law list 3.25 ; Circuit Guide Pub. Co: Copies Guide, 2.00 ... 5 25 

Might Directory Co: Directory, 5.00 ; CarswellCo. Law books and rep >rts, 201.85 206 85 

Can. Law Book Co: Law books and reports, 106.58 ; Spectator Co: Law books et •, 8.00 . . 114 58 

W. J. Vale: Travelling expenses, 179.44 ; K. A Chisholm: Travelling expenses, 33.55... 212 99 

H. P. Royal: Services at 2.00 per day, 6S2.00 ; A E. Bastedo: Copies of evidence. 6.25 .. 638 25 

G. A. Roomer: Copy of judgment, 2.55 ; Rolph & Brown: Copy of judgment, 2.40 4 95 

W. J. Vale: Petty office expenses, 2.34 ; Sundry persons: Messenger service, 7.75 10 09 

Sundry newspapers : Subscriptions 11 00 

NEGLECTED CHILDREN'S BRANCH. 

Salaries ($3,400 00.) 

J. J. Kelso Twelve months' salary as Superintendent and Inspector 1,503 00 

Wm O'Connor do Additional Inspector ,800 00 

Mrs. L. J. Harvie .... do Children's Visitor 650 00 

M. J. Nolan do Clerk and Stenographer 450 00 

Expenses ($2,432.86.)! 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter: Printing and binding, 197.57 ; L. K. Cameron: Paper, 67.99 ; 265 56 

L. K. Cameron' Stationery, 192.40 ; R Lavary: Stationery, .75 193 15 

G. J. Castle : Stationery, 7.00 ; Mrs. Hubertus : Postage stamps, 151.00 158 00 

Toronto Ry. Guide: Subscription, 5.00 ; Might Directory Co. : Directory, 5.00 10 00 

W. Briggs : Books and Cards, 2.35 ; Steinberger, Hendry & Co. : Map, 4. 10 6 45 

C.P.R. Telegraph: Telegrams, 4.05 ; G.N.W. Tel. Co. : Telegrams, 3. 10 ... 7 15 

Bell.Tel.Co. : Messages, 90j ; Can.Exp.Co. ; Charges, 2.33 ; Dom.Exp.Co ; Charges, 1.00. •.. K ~ 4 23 

P. Maher: Cab hir >, 2.00 ; Toronto Ry.Co : Car tickets 25.00 ; J. J. Kelso : Trav.exp. 300.00 327 00 

L. J. Harvie: Trav. exps., 600.00 ; W. O'Connor" Trav. exps., 500.00 1,100 00 

Pearl Nelles: Services at 20.00 mo., 260.00 ; Olive Jones: Service* acting Messenger, 7.00.. 267 00 

A. J. Reading* Photo slides, 23.25 ; J. S. Coleman: Use of electros, 5.00 28 25 

W. Bogart: Photos of Children, 10.95 ; J. S Coleman: Photos of Children, 10 40 21 35 

Thompson Eng. Co. : Retouching engraving, 2.50 ; H. Maughan : Lime light for lecture 3.50 6 00 

J. J. Kelso: Petty office expenses, 6.25 ; National Conference of Charities: Mem. fee, 5.00. 1 1 25 

Sundry persons: Messenger service, 4.25 ; Sundry newspapers ". Subscriptions, 14.68 18 93 

J. G. Ramsey &, Co. : Photo supplies, 8 54 

OFFICIAL GAZETTE. 
Warwick Bros, and Rutter: Printing and binding • 6,866 50 

KING'S PRINTER'S OFFICE. 

Salaries ($3,250.00). 

L. K. Cameron Twelve months' salary as King's Printer 1,400 00 

S. P. Grant do Assistant King's Printer 850 00 

W.H.Clarke do Chief Clerk 1,000 00 



1901 1 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 13 

OLVIL GOVERNMENT— Concluded. LEGISLATION. 
KING'S PRINTER'S OFFICE-Con. 

Expenses ($143 35.) 

Bell Telephone Co: Messages, 1.00 ; Can. Exp. Co, chgs, 1.00; Can. Trf. Co, ctge, 5.50 $ 7 50 

Toronto Ry. Co: Car tickets, 40.00 , C. Gripton, Rubber stamps and supplies, 13.35 53 35 

Toronto Ry. Guide : Sub, 5.00 ; Might Directory Co : Directory, 5.00 10 00 

Can. Legal Pub. Co : Legal chart and law list, 3 25 ; Globe Ptg. Co I Sub, 5.00 8 25 

Mail Ptg. Co: Sub, 4.00 ; Ont. Pub. Co: Gazette, 5 00 9 00 

Rolph, Smith & Co: Stamping, 5.25 ; Donald Bain: Taking and extending stock, 50.00 55 25 

INSPECTION REGISTRY OFFICES ($2,250.00). 

D. Guthrie Twelve months' salary as Inspector 1,750 00 

do Allowance for .travelling expenses 500 00 

Total Civil Government $281,135 68 



A. H. Sydere 


do 


J. M. Delamere . . 


do 


L. K. Cameron. . , 


do 


Avern Pardoe, 


. . do 


E. Gillespie . : 


. . Four do 


*-E. J. O'Neill;.:/.. 


...Seven --,_ do 


A. M. Dymond. - 


. . Twelve do 


F. J. Glackmeyer. 


do 


P. O'Brien 


do 


M. Bailey 


do 


V. P. Fayle 


do 


J as. Roberton . . . . 


do 


D. B. Wylie 


do 


D. F. Tolchard . . . . 


do 


C. S. Berthon 


. . Six do 



LEGISLATION. 

Salaries ($15,196.54.) 

Hon.F.E. A.Evanturel Services as Speaker 2,000 00 

Chas. Clarke Twelve months' salary as Clerk of the House 2,000 00 

Assistant Clerk and Clerk of Routine 1,500 00 

Clerk and Postmaster .. 1,100 00 

Accountant (also to King's Printer) 400 00 

Librarian 1,700 00 

Assistant Librarian 166 00 

do . 291 66 

Law Clerk . . . .* 1,200 00 

Sergeant-at- Arms 1,000 00 

Housekeeper and Chief Messenger 900 00 

Messenger 650 00 

do 550 00 

do 600 00 

do . . . -. 500 00 

do 450 0U 

Stenographer 188 88 

CLERKS OF COMMITTEES, ETC. ($3,290.20.) 

R.A.Kent Services as Clerk to Committee on Standing Orders, Railways and 

Legal Committee 

W, E. Raney .• Services as Clerk to Private Bills Committee 

W. Mc Arthur do do Public Accounts Committee 

D. R. McLean do do Municipal Committee 

G. Evanturel do Acting Private Secretary to Mr. Speaker 

Scott Griffin do Secretary to Leader of Opposition 

M. O. Hammond do Reporting Financial Statement . , , 

W. Banks, Jr do Reporter, Public Accounts Committee 

E. P. Gleason do Assisting Clerks of Committees 

J.W.Dili do do do 

J as. Clark do do do 

SESSIONAL CLERKS, WRITERS, MESSENGERS AND PAGES. ($6,998.50.) 

C. Berthon, Stenographer in Law Clerk's Office at 2.00 per day 

.1 . H. Addison, do 3.00 per day 

Stenographers at $2.00 per day :— 

B. Moore, 118.00 ; A. Mever, 118.00 ; J. Grant. 118.00 ; M. St. Charles, 134.00 ; 

A. Cranston, 118.00 ; M. Norris, 118.00 ; D. Jones, 128.00 ; M. Behan, 118.00 ; 

M . Durkin, 118.00 ; B. Dignam, 62.00 

Phillips Thompson, services as Writer at 3.00 per day 

P. H. Rubidpe, do 2.50 per day 

Writers at 2.00 per day : — 

M. Lymburner, 48.00 ; J. W. Dill, 26.00 ; J. C. MacKay, 72.00 ; P. D. Cantillon,118.00 ; 

F. J. Glackmeyer, 118.00 ; Jos. Doyle. 118 00 ; F. J. Sullivan, 92.00 ; 

J. J. Wynn, 138.00 ; J. J Bell. 68.00 : L. E. Evanturel, 138.00 ; 

Thos. Cowan, 138.00 ; F. R. Yokome. 168.00 ; J. Daley, 138.00 ; G. Scott, 138.00 ; 

A. Currie, 216.00 ; P. W. O'Brien, 138.00 1,872 00 



500 00 


400 00 


400 00 


300 00 


280 00 


750 00 


40 00 


103 20 


150 00 


207 00 


160 00 


244 00 


144 00 


1.150 00 


207 00 


97 50 



14 



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[No. 1 



LEGISLATION.— Continued 
SESSIONAL CLERKS, WRITERS, MESSENGERS AND PAGES-Con. 



E. A. Bishop, services as Messenger, at 2.00 per day 

Messengers at 1.50 per day! J. Doyle, 103.50 ; G. Forrester, 111.00 ; M. Halley, 135.00 

M, J. Doran, 114.00 ; D. Miller, 103.50 ; O. Mooney, 118.50 ; S. Ross, 112.50 

J. W. McGaffin, 118 50 : C. McConkey, 112.50 ; L. P. Vi'ieneuve, 105.00 

Geo. Featherstone, 103.50 ; J. M. Theobald, 93.00 ; 

J. Tolchard, 106.50 ; M. Bailey, 103 50 ; A. Smart, 103.50 ; 

G. Blezard, 103.50 ; J. Pearey, 103.50 ; W. Long, 46.50 ; 
Pages at 75c per day: F. Lindner, 51.75 ; C. Quinn, 51.75 : 

E. Balfour, 51.75 ; W. Maitland, 51.75 ; P. O'Sullivan, 51.76 ; 

M. OXeary, 51.75 ; C. Sinclair, 51.75 ; W. Farley, 51.75 ; 

R, C. Orchard, 51.75 ; J. D. Lynd, 51.75 H. Truax, 51.75 ; 

H. Ferry, 51.75 ; C. Kennedy, 51.75 ; W. Cameron, 51.75 .. 



M. Butler, 103 50 
E.B. Bosselly, 103.50 

C. J. Geall, 88.50 

H. Murphy, 51.75 
W. O' Grady, 53 25 
C. Hodgins, 51.75 
W. Brophy, 51.75 ; 



$158 OC 



2,193 00 



933 00 



POSTAGE AND COST OF HOUSE POST OFFICE ($1,600.55). 



Mrs. Huburtus, postage stamps, 1,220.00 ; Postmaster, unpaid postage, 4.95. 

Buntin, Reid & Co., wrappers 5.60 ; C Gripton, Btamps and ink, 8.00 

James Power, carriage of mail, 360.00 ; Canadian Transfer Co., cartage, 2.00. 



1,224 9g 

13 60 

362 00 



STATIONERY, PRINTING AND BINDING ($39 353.22). 

Warwick Bros, and Rutter: Printing and binding, 28,504 25 ; Kilgour Bros: Paper, 101 25. 

Davis & Henderson : Paper, 6.00 ; Buntin, Reid & Co : Paper, 2,215.64 .... 

Riordan Paper Mills: Paper, 12,602 78 ; L. K. Cameron : Paper, 2.48 

L. K. Cameron: Stationery, 3,401.48 ; W. McMaster: Postage stamps, 129 75 

Grip Ptg. & Pub. Co., engravings, cuts, etc : Children's Act 

Ontario Agr. College,' 54.75 ; Board of Health, 12.04 

Colonization, 115.66 ; Sugar Beet, 39.93 ; Fumigator, 8.84 ; Fruit Stations, 44.00 

San Jose Scale, 10.20 ; Bureau Mines, 208 69 ; Good Roads, 1.25 ; Dairymen, 1.00. 

Farmers' lnsts., 18.50 ; Fairs and Exhibitions, 732 ; Explorations, 256.77 

Toronto Engraving Co., engravings: Live Stock, 45 75 ; Ontario Agr. College, 26.07 

Colonization, 13.50 ; Farmers' Institutes, 7.88 . . 

Moore & Alexander, engravings : Explorations, 84.00 ; Colonization, 14 55 

Thompson Engraving Co., engravings : Colonization Report 

J. W. Bauld : Views of smelter, Mines Report 

Copp, Clark Co : 8,000 maps, Mines Report 

Oopp, Clark Co: Maps for Legislative report. Northern Ontario, 1,800.00 ; folding, 20.00. . 

Farming World : Electro, Farmers' Institutes Report 

Littlejohn & Co : Electro, Colonization Report ... ... 

Rolph Smith & Co: Stamping, 2.00 ; Toronto Litho. Co: Colored plates, Mines Report, 55.00 

Toronto Railway Co: Car tickets, 10 00 ; Canadian Express Co: Charges, 144.00 

Dominion Express Co: Charges, 47.40 ; Canadian Transfer Co., 1.75 

J. Maroney : Cartage 

Less paper transferred to Departmental printing 



LIBRARY ($3,029.19). 
ooks : — 

G. A.. Kintr, 1.25 ; E. Thompson Co, 15.00 ; Boston Book Co, 3.00 ; Mrs. W. M. Dunn, 1.50 
LinscottPub. Co, 12.50; Sir J. Bourinot. 1.00; Geo. Johnston, 1.00; E. S. Seager, 8.50. .. 

Statute Law Book Co, 2.50 ; W. F. Brown, 2 60 ; P. Gagnon, 5.35 ; H. German, 75c 

C. N. Caspar Co, 1.72 ; Howell Book Co, 7.33 ; W. Sutherland, 11.20; Col. Soc. of Mas's,7. 
Can. Ry. News Co, 6.00 ; A. S. Clark, 35c; Hunter Rose Co, 6.50 ; Am'. Academy, 6.50. . 
Law Soc'y Manitoba, 7.60; J.Ross Robertson, 4; C.E.Lauriat Co, 2.04; H. A.. Wilson Co,9.05. 
Congdonfe Britnell, 24.50; R. Renault, 5.38; Good Speed Book Shop, 2; E. A.Werner,17.00 
Little Br'n Co,8.27; J.H.W.Cadbv,20.18; O.Scribner'sSons, 38.22; Houghton Mifflin Co,20.45 
H.W. Wilson, 13.25; J. Britnell, 21.55 ; A. Britnell, 16.20 ; Helman Taylor Co, 400. . . 
N.F.Morrison, 11.94 ; Pub. Syndicate, 2 00 ; N.F.Revell Co, 6.39; G.P.Putman Sons,30.10. 
C Law Book Co, 72.55 ; J. Skimn, 37.03 ; Burrows Bros. Co, 23 98 ; G.N.Morang&Co,34.88 
McMillan Co, 78.83; Pub. Weekly, 26.34 ; M.C. Political Assoc, 11.00; Kimball Bros, 8 61 
W. Tyrrell & Co. 73.59; J. McDonough, 31 87 ; W. Briergs, 68.83 ; Copp Clark Co, 135.59. . . 
G.P.Humphrey, 1.10 ; H.Holt & Co,6.71 ; W.O.Davie & Co, 8.52; Nat.Com.Charities,1.25 
Bain Book Co, 75c ; Virtue & Co, 4.00 ; Nat. Music League, 2.00 ; W. R. Haight, 10.00. . . 
P.S.King&Son,53.58; E.G Allen, 579. 78; Mundy's Select Libr'y,34.92; W.H.Smith&Son, 19.61 
Est. E. Dufos«e, 22.05; LibrarioCh. Chdenot, 13.24; L.G.Desjardines, 5; -F. A.Davis&Co, 2 
W. H. Higgins, 10.00; A. P Watts, 5.00; W. F. Brown, 1.29 ; F. H. MacPherson, 3.00... 
Ont.Historial Soc, 1 ; N.Y. Journal Com, 1 ; Oxford Min. Press, 3.77 ; N.Y. Tribune, 2.25 

Harper Bros, 1 72 ; Dumbleday Page Co. 1 50 ; Boston Book Co, 30; J. Bhyon Co, 1.16 

J. Hopkins Press, 6.00 ; C. Theoret, 5.00 ; The Phillipine Information Soc'y, 1.00. . . 
J. W. Cadby, 10.77 ; Ginn & Co, 4 33 ; Alex. Frazer, 50c ; T. E. Champion, 1.50 . . 
A. S. Clark, 3.95 ; Current History Co, 1.50 ; Dodd Mead Co, 2.55 ; J. C. Winston Co, 2 50 
University Penn\ 3.45 ; D. Van Nostrand Co, 2.48 ; E. R. Dumont, 63.00 ; F. T. Morris, 5 



28,605 50 

2,221 64 

12,605 26 

3,531 23 

31 28 

66 79 

208 43 

221 14 

282 59 

71 82 

21 38 
98 55 

22 56 
2 50 

535 00 

1,820 00 

5 20 

30 35 

57 00 

154 00 

49 15 

4 40 

50,645 77 
11,292 55 

39,353 22 



20 75 
23 00 

11 20 
27 25 
19 35 
22 69 
48 88 
87 12 
55 00 
50 43 

168 44 

124 78 

309 88 

17 58 

16 75 
687 89 

42 29 

19 29 

8 02 

34 38 

12 00 

17 10 
10 50 
73 93 






lOOl] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 15 



LEGISLATION.— Continued. 

LIBRARY- Con. 

C. A. Nichols Co, 6.00 ; Jas. Hannay, 2 00 ; Directors Old South Work, 8.75 $16 75 

Longman, Green Co, 4.24 ; T. Henry, 1.30 ; A. Lovell & Co, 2.89 ; Hamilton Spectator,25c. . 8 68 

R. Clark Co'y, 1.50 ; W. E. Blake, 1.00 : J. Lovell & Sons, 4.00 ; Univertsiy Toronto, 4.00. . . 10 50 

Chandler & Massey, 3.50 ; G. P. Labatt, 2.00 ; Geo. Knox, 1.00 6 50 

Can. Legal Pub. Co: Legal chart and law lists, 5.25 ; Cir. Guide Pub. Co: Copies of ffuide, 1. 6 25 

Might Directory Co: Directories, 10.50 ; Union Pub. Co: Brantford Directory, 2.00 12 50 

Henderson Pub. Co: Winnipeg Directory, 3.50; Union Pub. Co: St. Thomas, Direc, 2,00 5 50 

W. Tyrrell, & Co: Periodicals, 284.85 ; American Economic Assn'n: Periodicals, 4.00 288 85 

Ontarian Genealogist: Periodicals, 2. OD ; Cumulative Index Co : Periodicals, 5.00 7 00 

Carswell Co'y: Law books and reports, 246.75 ; M. Haley, Copies Xmas Globe, 1.50 218 25 

American Library Assoc'n: Membership fee, 2 00 ; L. K. Cameron, Paper, 2.79 4 79 

Warwick Bros & Rutter: Printing and Binding, 439.45; T.Eaton Co: Glue for rep. books, 90c 440 35 

Vokes Hardware Co" Glue for rep. books, 50c ; Robinson & Heath : Freight and brok'g, 4.15. 4 65 

C. W. Irwin: Freight and brokerage, 18.30 ; Can. Express Co: Express charges, 30.10 48 40 

Dom. Express Co: Express charges, 10.69 ; G. T. Ry. Co: Freight charges. 20c 10 89 

C. P. Ry. Co: Freight charges 83 

INDEMNITY TO MEMBERS. 
L. K. Cameron : To pay Members' indemnity and mi'eage .... -. 58,322 20 

EXPENSES, ($6,348.44). 

G, N. W. Tel. Co: Telegrams, 38.71 ; C. P. R. Telegraph: Telegrams, 5.91 

Bell Tel. Co : Messages, 27.35 ; Can. Express Co : Charges, 139.08 

Dom. Express Co: Charges, 97.90 ; Canadian Transfer Co: Cartage of mail, etc, 167.25 . . . 

G. T. Ry. Co: Freight charges, 4.41 ; C. P. Ry. Co: Freight charges, 10c 

Duggan's Express: Cartage, 50c ; Rawlinson's Express : Cartage, 1.45 

Toronto Ry Co: Car tickets, 77.00 ; Doane Bros. Livery: Cab hire, 48.75 

C. Brown : Cab hire, 75c ; P. Maher . .Cab hire, 2 75 

R. Bond: do 

C. Gripton: Rubber stamps and repairs, 23.40 ; Can. Legal Pub. Co: Law list, 2.00 

Might Directory Co : Directories, 20 00 ; Ont. Pub. Co : Gazette, 5.00 

Funk & Wagnalls Co '. Literary Digest 

S. Micklo: 100 calendars, " In Her Days " 

Linscott Pub. Co : 6 copies Canada, volume six 

Carswell Co : 2 copies Biggar's Municipal Manual 

do Holmested, Langton s Judicature Act 

W. H. Higgins: 2 copies Division Court Rules, 10.00 ; J. P. McKenna: Almanacs, 70c ... 

A. J. McGurn : 100 copies Canadian Parliamentary Guide 

International Ry Guide : Subscription 

R. E. Kingsford : Legal services 

A. H. Marsh : do 

Blake, Lash & Cassels : Legal services 

Toronto Police Fund : Police service opening and closing of House 

J. J. Ward • Official clothing, 25.00 ; W. H. Ellard : Official clothing, 71.00 

P. M. Clark & Son: Official clothing, 60.00 ; Stovel & O'Brien: Rep. official robes, 20.50 . . 

Saunders & Rowan : Repairing official robes 

Sundry supplies for Speaker : — 

T. Eaton Co: Table decorations 6 12 ; R. Simp3on Co: Table decorations, 13.40 

W. A. Murray & Co: Furnishings, 69 30; H. D. Gillard: do 3.00; 

St. Joseph Convent: do 4.20; Ryrie Bros: Cleaning scabbard, 75c ; 

Brown Bros: Parchment, 7.10 ; 0. Munson: Supplies, 75c 

Ger rge Coles : Catering, visit of Members to Toronto L. A ' " 

G. W. Muller: Supplier, re visit of Members to Central P> ison 

Doane Bros. Livery: Cab hire, visit Members to Central Prison and Toronto L. A , 

D. F. Tolchard : Luncheons for telegraph operators and certain officials during session 

Services and expenses as witness, Public Accounts Committee : — 

TKomas Bell, 5.00 ; G. D. Macdonald, 5.00 ; G. T. Mann, 12.50 22 50 

Travelling expenses as Witness Public Accounts Committee : — 

R. J. Reaburn, 7.25 ; W. H. Pugsley, 5.00 ; D. H. Moyer, 7.25 ; J. F. Beam. 12.00 ; 

Jas. Graham, 6 00 ; A. Griffiths, 6.00 ; E. Morden, 6.30 ; J. H. Smith, 9.75 ; 

W. R. Aylesworth, 11 75 ; A. F. Wood, 13 00 ; M. T. Buchanan, 10.00 ; 

C. E. Lundy, 2.25 ; H. Hughes, 16.50 ; R. J. Jellys. 15.00 ; M. Sharp, 12.00 ; 

James Ross, 15.00 ; Arch. Smith, 9.00 ; W. N. Hossie, 3.85 ; H. K. Smith, 2.00. . 169 90 

Travelling expenses as witness Public Highways Commission : — 

E. A. Johnson, 26.60 ; T. McManus. 5.35 ; Jo S . Hall, 10 85 ; E. W. Nesbitt, 7.10 ; 

R. A. Jamieson, 17.60; W.E.Smallfield, 10 00; Forbes Moir,4.05; G.F.Freeman, 6.00; 

James Dickson, 8.30 ; D. Quinlan, 7.25 ; G. W. Webb, 7.00 ; J. W. Johnston, 11.50; 

T. Campbell, 10.20; W. D. Stanley, 10.00; C. M. Simmons, 10.20; M. T. Ainslie, 3.90; 

J. McDonald, 8.00 ; F. Vickert, 5.75 ; W. Murray, 5.25 ; D. R. Ross, 7.70 ; 

W.Wood, 6.60; K. W. McKay: Services as Secretary, 20.00 ; travelling ex p, 24.20 233 4 



44 62 


166 4:i 


265 15 


4 55 


1 95 


125 70 


3 55 


70 


25 40 


25 00 


3 00 


75 00 


72 00 


25 00 


15 20 


10 70 


200 00 


3 00 


500 00 


300 00 


120 00 


40 00 


96 00 


80 50 


4 00 


19 52 


72 So 


4 95 


7 85 


56 00 


24 00 


85 00 


154 20 



16 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



[No. 1 



LEGISLATION.— Concluded. ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. 

EXPENSES-Con. 

W. A. H. Findlay : Transcription of evidence $52 20 

W. H. Sutherland : Services in King's Printers Office at 2.00 per day 754 00 

E.E.Pardoe-: Serv. in Library at 2.00 per day, 20.00; J.W.Dill: Ser. in Library at 2.00,384.00 404 00 

A. Currie ' do 362.00; A. H. Syderel Indexing Journals,300.00 662 00 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter: Printing and binding, 32.35 ; L. K. Cameron: Paper, 3.12 35 47 

T. M. Hennessey ! Engrossing resolution of condolence to His Majesty 25 00 

L. K. Cameron: Stationery, 259.37 . Rolph, Smith & Co: Cheque books, 10.50 269 87 

Grip Printing Co: Engraving, 4.30 ; Remington Typewriter Co : Rent of typewriters, 89.35. 93 65 

Rice, Lewis & Son: Newspaper fyles, 75c ; do C. J M ' M iReprs. and supplies 26.65. . 27 40 

Sundry persons : Messenger service, 13. /5 ; Sundry newspapers: Subscriptions, 696.47 .. 710 22 

Sundry newspapers : Advertising re Private Bills 257 55 

Total Legislation 134,188 84 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. 



SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE ($34,252.31.) 



Hon. J. D. Armour, Chief Justice of Ontario, Annual Allowance. 

Hon F. Osier Justice of Appeal do 

Hon. James Maclennan do do 

Hon. Charles Moss... do do 

Hon. James F. Lister. do do 

Hon. Sir J.A.Boyd, K.C.M.G., Chancellor of Ontario do 
Hon. Thos. Ferguson. Justice Chancery do 

Hon. T. Robertson do do 

Hon. R. M. Meredith. do do 

Hon. W. G. Falconbridge, Chief Justice King's Bench, 
Hon. W. P. R. Street, Justice do 

Hon. W. Lount do 

Hon. Sii W.R.Meredith, Chief Justice Common Pleas 

Hon. Hugh MacMahon, Justice do 

James S. Cartwright, Twelve months' salary as Registrar Sup. Court and Court of Appeal. . 



Annual Allowance, 
do 
do 
do 
do 



John Winchester do 

Fulford Arnoldi do 

Alex. MacGregor do 

A. B. G ; Cull do 

L.K.Cameron: Stationery, 66.86 ; paper, 



Master in Chambers 

Clerk do 

Assistant Clerk in Chambers 

Entering Clerk do 

.55; Mrs. Hubertus: Postage stamps, 30.00 



C. Gripton' Rubber stamp and repairs, 1.90 ; Can. Legal Pub.Co: Legal chart & law list,3.25 
Can.Law Times: Sub ,5.00; Might Directory Co: Directory, 5.00; Circuit Guide Co: Copies,4.00 

Canada Transfer Co : Cartage 

Thomas Hodgins, Twelve months' salary as Master in Oidinary 

Neil McLean do Chief Clerk and Accountant 

A. E. Bastedo do Clerk and Stenographer 

L. K. Cameron: Stationery, 150.67 ; Can. Legal Pub. Co: Legal chart and law list, 3 25. . 

Can. Law Times' Sub., 5.00 ; Might Directory Co : Directory, 5.00 

Can. Law Book Co: Law books, 8.50 ; Mrs Hubertus." Postage stamps, 10.00 

Carswell Co" Law books, 44.00 ; C. Gripton: Stamp and repairs, 9.50 

Remington Typewriter Co ' Typewriter and cabinet, 125.00; Can. Transfer Co: Cartage, 1.00. 

Edna Beer". Services as Stenographer, 12 00: Thos. Hodgins: Trav. expenses, 17.20 

J. H. Thorn : Twelve months' salary as Senior Taxing Officer 

Geo. M. Lee do Junior do 

L.K.Cameron: Stationery,15.49; paper,4".70; Can. Legal Pub.Co: Legal chart & law lists,4.50 

Might Directory Co: Directory, 5.00 ; Warwick Bro's & Rutter: Ptg. and bdg, 4.30 

Can. Transfer Co: Cartage, 1.25 ; Hon. V. Osier: Grant to Judges' Library, 300.00 

G. S, Holmested : Grant to Judges' Library 

Carswell Co: 15 copies Holmested & Langton's Judicature Act for Judges 

COURT OF APPEAL ($3,289.21). 

C. S. Grant Twelve months' salary as Assistant Registrar 

J. G. O'Donoghue Eleven do Secretary to Judges 

Eli Oliver Twelve do Usher and Messenger 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter: Printing and binding, 44.45 ; L.K.Cameron: Paper, 15.15 

L. K. Cameron: Stationery, 106.11 ; Mrs. Hubertus: Postage stamps, 50.00 

Might Directory Co: Directory, 5.00 ; Can. Legal Pub. Co." Legal charts and law lists, 4.50 
Can. Lata Journal: Sub., 5.00; Remington Typewriter Co: Exch'nge on typ'riter, etc, 121.50 

Rolph Smith & Co: Stamping, 1.50 ; Can. TTrarsfer Co: Cartage, 1.C0 

Toronto Ry. Co: Car tickets, 3.00 ; Hon. Mr. Justice Moss: Petty expense fund, 300,00... 



1,000 00 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 


1.000 00 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 


922 14 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 


2,000 00 


3,400 00 


1,600 00 


700 00 


550 CO 


105 41 


5 15 


14 00 


1 25 


4,000 00 


2,000 00 


1,050 00 


153 92 


10 00 


18 50 


53 50 


126 00 


29 20 


2,050 00 


1,7C0 00 


24 69 


9 30 


301 25 


200 00 


228 00 


1,200 00 


732 00 


700 00 


59 60 


156 11 


9 50 


126 50 


2 50 


303 00 



1901 ] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 17 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 
HIGH COURT ($3,107.88). 

G. B. Nicol Twelve months' salary as Clerk of Assize $1,200 00 

Hon. A. S. Hardy ....Six do Clerk of Process 1,000 00 

A. E. Trow do do 700 00 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter: Printing and binding, 58.33 ; L. K. Cameron: Paper, 33 35 91 68 

L K. Cameron: Stationery, 50.25 ; Mrs. Hubertua: Postage stamps, 27.00 77 25 

Might Directory Co : Directory, 5.00 ; Rolph Smith & Co ■ Stamping, 6.70 11 70 

J. H. Noverre: Rep'g cabinet, 2.00 ; Can. Transfer Co: Cartage, .25 2 25 

G. B. Nicol : Petty office expenses 25 00 

CENTRAL OFFICE. 

Salaries ($14,025.00). 

M. B. Jackson Twelve months' salary as Clerk of the Crown 2,500 00 

M. J. Macnamara do do Clerk of Records and Writs 1,500 00 

E. Harley do do Senior Clerk 1,300 00 

A. Macdonnell do do Clerk 1.400 00 

A.J.Elliott do do do 1,000 00 

C. A. Steward do do do 1,000 00 

Clarence Bell do do do 900 00 

F. W. Scott do do do 700 00 

R. F. Killaly do do do 750 00 

M. B. Black do do do 750 00 

George Hilliar . . do do Housekeeper and Msssenger 650 00 

Jas. Gorrie do do Messenger 550 00 

G. Crawford do do do 275 00 

C. Sutherland do do Housekeeper 350 00 

G. Smith do do Assistant Housekeeper 400 00 

Expenses ($966 26). 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter : Printing and binding, 62.11 ; L. K. Cameron : Paper, 17.10 . . 79 21 

L.K.Cameron: Stationery, 90.05; R.T.Lewis: Typewriter supplies, 4.50 94 55 

D. McMahon: Postage stamps, 13.00 ; Mght Directory Co : Directory, 5.00 . . ... 18 00 
Can Legal Pub. Co. : Legal charts and law list, 6.50 ; Canada Law Journal: Sub, 5.00. . . 11 50 

Can. Law Book Co. : Law books, 4.60 ; C. Gripton: Stamp repairs, 1.75 6 35 

Creelman Bros. : Exchange on typewriter, 105 00 ; International Railway Guide'. Sub, 1.00 106 00 

Can. Transfer Co. : Cartage, 75c; M. B, Jackson: Petty office expenses, 1.90 2 65 

T. Rumney : Services, office clg., 420.00 ; M. Hilliar: Services, office clg., 228.00 648 00 

REGISTRARS' OFFICE. 

Salaries ($8,500.00). 

G. S. Holmested Twelve months' salary as Senior Registrar $2,100 00 

J. . Mc Andrew do Junior Registrar 2,000 00 

C. O Strange do Clerk 1,200 00 

A. Y. Blain do do .... \. 1,200 00 

! W. W. Perry do Usher and Stenographer 800 00 

R. Lawsnn do do \ fi00 00 

R. A. Walker do do \... 600 00 

Expenses ($459.05). 

, Warwick Bros. & Rutter: Printing and binding, 86.82 ; L. K. Cameron : Paper, 14 32. . . . 101 14 

L. K. Cameron: Stationery, 199.84 ; Mrs. Hubertus: Postage stamps, 45.00 244 84 

Might Directory Co: Directory, 5.00; Can. Legal Pub. Co: Legal charts and law lists, 7.75 . . 12 75 

Can. Law Journal: Subscription, 5.00; Circuit Guide Pub. Co: Copies, 9.50 ... 14 50 

do Annual Dierest, 3.60 : A. Y. Blain" Copies Circuit Guide, 9.50 . . 13 10 

C. Gripton: Stamps and repairs, 4.00 ; Joseph Doust: Engrossing, 6 00 10 00 

G. M. Lee: Engrossing, 3.00; Rolph Smith & Co" Stamping. 3.00; Bell Tel. Co, messgf»,5 98 11 98 

G.N. W.Tel. Co: Telegrams, 12 70; C.P.RTel: Telegrams, 23.65; Can. Exp. Co: Chrgs,l 45 37 80 

Dom. Exp. Co: Charges, 1.00 ; Can. Transfer Co' Cartage, 1.15 2 15 

McBurney Beattie Co." Repairs to Mgrs. bicycle, 7.25; G.S. Holmested: Petty office ex, 1.55 8 80 

WEEKLY COURT ($1,787.60). 

A. F. Maclean Twelve months' salary as Clerk 1,750 00 

L.K.Cameron: Paper, 17.85; Mrs. Hubertus: Postage stamps. 16.00 33 85 

Can. Legal Pub. Co: Legal chart and law list, 3.25 ; Can. Transfer Co: Cartage, 50c 3 75 

2 P.A. 



18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



I No. 1 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE —Continued. 

SURROGATE COURT ($3,664.33). 

Hon. A. S. Hardy . . . Six months' salary as Surrogate Clerk 

C. J. McCabe Six & J do do 

Sir F. A. Robinson ...Eight do Clerk 

W.S.Anderson Ten do do 

F. B. Reade Six do Stenographer (half time) 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter: Printing and binding^ 22.03; L. K. Cameron! Paper, 4.46 

L. K. Cameron: Stationery, 81.53; Creelman Bros: Typewriter supplies, 1.50 , 

Mrs. Hubertus: Postage stamps, 30.00 ; Can. Legal Pub. Co: Legal chart and law lists, 5.25. 

Might Directory Co: Directory, 5.00 ; Can. Transfer Co: Cartage, 1.00 

W. S. Anderson Two month's services as Clerk , 



SURROGAT 


E JUDGES, LOC 


AX MASTERS 


His Honor 






Judge Elliot Twelve months' commutation 


as Surrogate Ju 
do 
do 


McDonald . 


do 


Benson 


do 


do 


Deacon 


do 


do 


Masson 


do 


do 


Price 


do 


do 


Dean 


do 


do 


Jones 


do 


do 


Hardy 


do 


do 


McCarthy. . 


do 


do 


Wilkison . . 


do 


do 


Lazier 


do 


do 


Hughes 


do 


do 


Barron 


do 


do 


Barron 


do 


Local Master 


Dean 


do 


do 


Jones 


do 


do 


J. E. O'Reilly.... 


do 


do 


S. S. Lazier 


do 


do 


W. A. McLean .Ten 


do 


do 



Etc. ($25,162.75.) 



Judge Mosgrove . .Allowance out of surplus Surrogate fees, 1,900 

Morgan do do 

Morson do do 

Edw. Elliott do do 

Monck do do 

Carman .... do do 

Doyle do do 

J. W. Curry Allowance as Crown Attorney, Toronto, upon commutation of 

63 Vic. cap. 17 



INSPECTION OF DIVISION COURTS. 
Salaries ($4,000.00). 



J- Dickey Twelve months' salary as Inspector. 

J. B. Macdonald do Clerk 

W. H. Higgins do do 



Expenses ($1,250.83) 



Warwick Bros. & Rutter: Printing and binding, 59.88 ; L. K. Cameron: Paper, 38.90 .... 

L. K. Cameron : Stationery, 65.44 ; Mrs. Hubertus : Postage stamps, 100.00 

C. P. R. Telegraph : Telegrams, 2.74 ; G.N. W. Tel. Co : Telegrams, 8.07 

Can. Law Journal '. Subscription 

Can. Legal Pub. Co: Law list, 2.00 ; Globe Ptg. Co: Subscription, 5.00 

Mao k school Supply Co" Mounting maps, 4 10; O. Gripton: Staple tool and fasteners, 7.50. 

J. J. Kehoe : Copy of covenant, re 3rd Division Court, Algoma 

H. A. Locke : Clerk and Stenographer, 8.00 per week .... 

W. H. Higgins : Petty office expenses 

J. Dickey: Travelling expenses, 517.08 ; W. H. Higgins: Travelling expenses, 10.85 



98 78 
165 44 

10 81 
5 00 
7 00 

11 60 
1 27 

408 00 1 

15 00 
527 93 



DEPUTY CLERKS OF THE CROWN AND PLEAS ($17,150.00). 



J. T. Hewitt Salary as Deputy Clerk of the Crown and Pleas, Brant. 

W. A. McLean Bruce 

Matthew Goetz Bruce 

J. P. Featherstone Carleton 

John McLaren Dufferin 



1901] 



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1& 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE —Continued. 
DEPUTY CLERKS OF THE CROWN AND PLEAS— Cow. 



). McLaws Salary as Dep. Clk. 

E. Marcon 

'rancis Cleary 

McGill 

. Mitchell 

W. A. Bishop 

W. A. Lawrence 

A. G. Northrop 

P. McDonald 

fames Holmes , 

W. R. Gemmill 

E. G. Malloch (acting).. 

C. Rice 

Wm.P. McEwen 

0. K. Fraser 

W. P. Deroche 

{. Clinch 

if . Macbeth 

C. C. Repelje 

E. A. Macnachtan 

L. T.Barclay 

J. Canfield 

J. B. Dixon 

!W. H. R. Allison 

!W. C. Moscrip . 

9, Moloney. 

F. Maxwell (acting)... . 

J. Belanger 

M. Mackay 

J. A. McDougald 

a. McL. Stevenson 

W. Grace 

1 . McDougall 

I. P. Will son 

I. H. Ghent 

A.. McKinnon 

| . McG. Farwell 

I. Meek 

E. Jordan 

I. Huber 

|. J. Bourke 



of the Cr'n & Pleas, Elgin 1450 00 

Essex 418 20 

E&sex 31 80 

Frontenac 450 00 

Haldimand 400 00 

Grey 500 00 

Halton 400 00 

Hastings 450 00 

Huron 500 00 

Kent 450 00' 

Lambton 450 00 

Lanark 93 75 

Lanark 297 55 

Lanark 58 70 

Leeds and Grenville 500 00 

Lennox, Addington 400 00 

Lincoln 450 00 

Middlesex 500 0O 

Norfolk 450 00 

Northumberland and Durham. 500 00* 

Ontario . 450 00 

Oxford 450 00 

Peel 400 00 

Prince Edward 400 00 

Perth 450 00 

Peterborough 450 00 

Prescott and Russell 62 88 

Prescott and Russell 387 12 

Renfrew 400 00 

Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry 500 00 

Simcoe 500 00 

Victoria 450 00 

Waterloo 450 00 

Welland 400 00 

Wentworth 500 00 

Wellington 500 00 

Algoma 100 00 

Thunder Bay 100 00 

Parry Sound : 100 00 

Muskoka 100 00 

Nipiss ; ng 450 00 



LOCAL REGISTRARS ($6,556.i 



J. T. Hewitt 


. . . Salary as Registrar Brant 


. . 225 00 


Matthew Goetz 


do 


Bruce 


84 99 


John McLaren 


do 


Duff erin 


225 00 


D. McLaws 


do 


Elgin 


225 00 


A. McGill 


do 


Frontenac 


225 00 


J. Mitchell 


do 


Haldimand 


200 00 


W. A. Bishop 

W. A. Lawrence 


do 
do 


Grev 


250 00 


Halton 


200 00 


D. McDonald 

James Holmes 


do 
do 
do 
do 


Huron 


250 00 


Kent 


296 87 


W. R Gemmill 

E. G. Malloch (acting). . . 


Lambton 


225 00 


Lanark 


45 65 


D. Rice 


do 


Lanark 


. . 150 00 


Wm. P. McEwen 


do 


Lanark 


29 35 


0. K. Fraser 


do 




250 00 


W. P. Deroche 

3. C. Rapelje 


do 
do 


Lennox, Addineton 


200 00 


Norfolk 


225 00 


E. A. Macnachton 

L. T. Barclay 


do 
do 


Northumberland and Durham 


250 00 


Ontario 


225 00 


T. B. Dixon 


do 


Peel 


200 00 


W. H. R. Allison 

W. O. Moscrip 


do 
do 


Prince Edward 


200 00 


Perth 


225 00 


I. Moloney 


do 


Peterborough 


225 00 


T. Maxwell (acting) 


do 


Prescott and Russell 


31 44 


, T. Belancrer 

*L MacKay 

J T. A. McDougald 


do 
do 
do 




193 56 


Renfrew 


200 oa 


Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry 


250 00 


» W. Grace 


do 


Victoria 


225 00 


1 f. McDougall 


do 


Waterloo 


225 00 


» :. P. Willson 


do 


Welland 


200 00 



20 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [N. 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 
LOCAL REGISTRARS-Con. 



A. McKinnon Salary as Registrar Wellington . 

G. McG. Farwell do Algoma .... 

J. Meek do Thunder Bay 

E. Jordan do Parry Sound 

I. Huber do Muskoka ... 

T. J. Bourke do Nipissing 



LAND TITLES OFFICE. 

Salaries ($4,900.00). 

J. G. Scott 1 Twelve months' salary as Master of Titles 3,000 

H.D.Sinclair do Chief Clerk 1,000 

W. MacTavish do Clerk 900 

Expenses ($104.13). 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter : Printing and binding, 11.68 ; L.K.Cameron: Paper, 2.80 14 

L. K. Cameron, stationery, 40.55 ; James MacMahon' Postage stamps. 17 45 58 C 

Might Directory Co : Directory, 5.00 ; .Can. Legal Pub. Co : Law List, 2.00 7 

W. Tyrreli & Co: Can. Almanac, 25c; Wheeler & Bain: Fyling cases, 12.00 12 " 

C. Gripton Stamp repairs, 1 50 ; Art Metropole: Brushes and ink, 65c 2 1 

•Can. Transfer Co Cartage, 25c ; M. Irving: Consultation re Land Titles Act, 10.00 10 2 

LOCAL MASTERS OF TITLES IN THE DISTRICTS. 

Salabies ($7,815.00). 

H. C. Hamilton .Allowance as Local Master, Sault Ste. Marie 1,887 

P. McCurry do Parry Sound 878 

J. E. L'unt do Bracebridge 605 

J. M. Munroe do Port Arthur 524 

A. G. Browning do North Bay 871 

F. J. Apjohn do Rat Portage 3,050 ( 

Expenses ($554.29). 

Sault Ste. Marie : N. Simpson, rent of office 87 

Farwell Coal Co: 6 tons at 7.25, 43.50 ; C Gripton : Stamp and pad, 1.50 45 C 

I C Fell & Co: Pad, 40c ; W. J. Wesson & Co: Paper cases, 16.50 16 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter: Printing, 2.10 : D. Bain & Co: Register, 25.00 27 

L. K. Cameron: Stationery, 8 00 ; Canadian Express Co : Charges, 45c ; 

Dnm. Exp. Co : Charges 95c 9 

Ttforth Bay : Warwick Bros. & Rutter: Printing, etc., 3.30 ; L. K. Cameron: Paper, 11.07 14 

L. K Cameron: Stationery, 13.75 ; Donald Bain & Co: Register, 18.00 3l 

M. Davidson: Checking Index, etc., 10.00 ; J. L. Morris: Plan of Sturgeon Falls, 9.07 19 C 

Rat Portage R. J. Husban 1, kalsomining office . 10 ( 

Hudson's Bay Co: Matting, 10.50 ; Citizens' Electric Light Co: Light, etc., 23.00... 33 fl 

L. K. Cameron : Stationery 48 q 

Bracebridge: L. K Cameron, stationery 3.60 ; Can. Express Co: Charges, 55c 4' 

General : Warwick Bros. & Rutter : Printing, 33.45 ; L. K. Cameron: Paper, 12.60 46 I 

Dom. Exp. Cq: Charges, 14.00 ; Can. Exp. Co: Charges, 2.15 16 ] 

J. McMahon Postage stamps, 4.00 ; I. C. Fell & Co: Rubber stamps, 1.00 5 ( 

C Gripton: Rubber stamp, 1.40; J. G. Scott • Travelling expenses, 126.37 127 

Parry Sound: Warwick Bros. & Rutter: Printing, 5.50 ; L. K. Cameron: Stationery, 6. CO. 11 

DRAINAGE TRIALS ACT ($4,619 93) 

J. B. Rankin Twelve months salary as Referee 2,000 

do Salary for 1900 1,274! 

E. I. Scully Twelve months salary as Stenographer .... 900 

L K Cameron : Stationery, 79.30 ; Can. Exp. Co Charges, 3.90 83 

E. I. Scully: Travelling expenses, 200.65 ; J. B. Rankin: Travelling expenses, 161.90 362 

DISTRICT OF ALGOMA ($19,070.62) 

W. A. Quibell Twelve months salary as Stipendiary Magistrate 1,400 

Geo. Burden do do 900 

W.H.Carney do Sheriff 1,400 

J. J. Kehoe do Clerk of Peace and District Attorney 400 

G. Mc'r. Farwell do Clerk of District Court 600 

R. A. Lyon Six do Registrar 400 

R Rush Twelve do Constable 400 



1901 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



21 









ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 
DISTRICT OF ALGOMA-Con. 



W. H. Carney Allowance for rent of office 

J. J. Kehoe do 

G. McG. Farwell .... do 

Alex. Thornburn Twelve months salary as Lock-up Keeper, Gore Bay • 



Gaoler, Sault Ste. Marie 

do do 

Matron do 

do do 

Turnkey do 

Lock-up Keeper, Manitowaning 
do Little Current. 

Constable, Michipicoten 



John Dawson Three do 

A. McKellar Nine do 

Edith A. Dawson Three do 

Mrs. A McKellar Nine do 

C. B. Harris Twelve do 

Thos. Gorley do 

John G. Sims do 

D. McRae Nine do 

D. McRie: Allow, for travelling expenses, 96.85 ; allow, for biard, 91 00; disbursements 50c. 

E. Patterson : Five months salary as Constable Byng Inlet etc , 

do Allowance for board, 100.00 ; Travelling expenses etc, 23.19. -. 

W. H. Carney: Local Treasurer, expenditure Dec. quarter, 2,039 40; Mar. quarter, 1,587.96 

June quarter, 2,467.24 ; September quarter, 2,471.59 ; December quarter, 1,200.00 
Gaol, Sault Ste. Marie ' T. Sanderson, dressiner, painting etc 

W. H. Plummer & Co: Sash cord etc, 1.66 ; H. F. Hill: Flag poles etc, 5.00 

Thompson & Co: Bunting, 4.50 ; O. Beck : Repairing roof, 46.21 . 

Moore & Brown ', Wheelbarrow, pails etc 

General : L. K. Cameron, stationery 6750 ; L. K. Cameron: Paper, 2.90 

Hart & Riddle: Bailiffs fee book, 2.70 ; Order book, 1.10 

D. Bain & Co : By-law book, 8.00 ; Registers, 79 30 

Dora. Exp. Co: Charges, 1.65 ; Can. Exp. Co: Charges 65c ... 

J . E. Rogers : Expenses re Arson case 

W. Greer : do Murder 

W. Irving : do Caturell murder case 

George Burden : Accountable, 335.00 



$50 00 


100 00 


150 00 


325 00 


150 00 


450 00 


25 00 


75 00 


400 00 


200 00 


200 00 


374 94 


188 35 


208 30 


123 19 


9,766 19 


7 60 


6 66 


50 71 


12 23 


70 40 


3 80 


87 30 


2 30 


53 50 


90 25 


64 90 


335 00 



DISTRICT OF THUNDER BAY ($10,660.32.) 



A. W. Thompson Twelve months salary as Sheriff and Local Treasurer . 

*J. Meek do Clerk of District Court 

[ T. A. Gorham do 

Thos. Penfold do 

Nettie Penfold do 

R. McNabb do 

Janet McNabb do 



Clerk of District Court . 

Clerk of Peace and District Atty 

Gaoler, Pt. Arthur 

Matron, do 

Gaoler, Fort William 

Matron, do 



Allan McDougall Special allowance, (territorial jurisdiction increased) 

A. W. Thompson, Local Treasurer, Expenditure. Dec. quarter, 2 049.62 ; March qtr 1.353.57 

June quarter, 1,261.61 ; Sept. quarter, 1.957 30 ; Dec. quarter, 500.00 

Gaol, Port Arthur :— Wells and Emmerson ; Hot water radiator, etc 

do Scr oke pipe, lamps, etc 

do Rep. roof, 14. 68 ; cistern pump, pipe, etc. 7.20. 

W. J. Smith Plastering . . . 

Gaol, Fort William :— J. & T. M. Piper ; Galvanized iron work 

Rat Portage Lumber Co : Lumber, pickets, etc 



1,200 00 


450 00 


226 90 


600 00 


175 00 


500 00 


100 00 


200 00 


7,122 10 


24 90 


14 55 


21 88 


4 50 


8 15 


12 34 



DISTRICT OF RAINY RIVER ($14,333.98.) 

Jas. Robinson Twelve months salary as Stipendiary Magistrate and Local Treasurer. 

Wm. Youog do Police Magistrate 

C. H. Carpenter Services as Acting Sheriff . 

H. Langford Three and one quarter months salary as Sheriff 

Wm. J. Moran Services as Acting Sheriff 

•F. J. Apjohn . ...... Twelve months salary as Registrar and Clerk District Court 

do Arrears from 1899 ... 

H, Langford Three and one quarter months salary as Crown Atty. and Clerk of Peace. 

Wm. J. Moran Six and three quarters do do 

W. H. Mackay Twelve months salary as Constable, Rat Portage 

Mrs. W. H. McKay . . do Matron, do 

James Robinson, Local Treasurer, Expenditure, Dec. quarter, 1,218.89 ; March qtr. 1,662.76 ; 

[ June quarter, 2.201.65 ; Sept. quarter, 2,689.31 ; Dec. quarter, 1,200.00 

Court House, Rat Portage : — S. C. McGh'msie : Carpentering, glazing, etc 

J. Y. Baker : Repairing hot water heating 

A. Gandry, do 

Gaol, Fort Francis : — A. J ihnston : Zinc, tin, etc 

J. R. Keaton: Services, examination Dr. Threadgill at Oklahama City, re King, v. 
Watson 



900 00 


800 00 


27 40 


269 30 


703 30 


700 00 


525 00 


74 18 


175 82 


900 00 


200 00 


972 61 


14 95 


8 40 


29 43 


8 59 



25 00 



22 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [ No. 1 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 
DISTRICT OF NIPISSING ($11,620.11). 

E. B. Borron Twelve months' salary as Stipendiary Magistrate $750 00 i 

H. C. Vnrin do Sheriff and Local Treasurer 900 00 

A. G. Browning do Clerk of Peace and District Attorney 250 00 

T. Keaney do Gaoler, Sudbury 400 00 

Mrs. T. Keaney . < do Matron do 100 00 

W.A.Huntington do Gaoler, North Bay 550 00 

Mrs. S. A. Huntington. do Matron " 120 00! 

Jno. McMeekin do Lock-up Keeper, Mattawa 300 00 

Mrs. J. McMeekin do Matron do 75 00 

H. C. Varin: Allowance as Local Treasurer for 1900 and 1901 300 00 

H. C. Varin, Local Treasurer: Expenditure, Dec. qr, 1,148.14 ; March qr, 628.00 ; 

June qr, 2,003.17 ; Sept. qr, 1,286.03 ; Dec qr, 1,000 6,065 34 

W. A. Quibell, Local Treasurer: Expenditure, Dec. qr, 378.17 ; March qr, 442.08 ; 

June ir, 318.27 ; September qr, 479.85 1,618 37 

€ourt House and Gaol, North Bay: Purvis Bros: Grates, 2 50; G.T.R. Co: charges, 2.11. . 4 61 

McDonald & Hay: Paints, brushes, etc, 6.00; Gurney Foundry Co: grates, etc, 33.50 39 50 

Aikenhead Hardware Co: Pad locks, 5.25 ; W.Mackenzie: rep. chairs, 4.00 9 25 

R. Wallace & Son, Lime, sand, etc 7 40 

Registry Office, North Bay : 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter : Printing, 2 60 ; L. K. Cameron . paper, 12c 2 72 

L. K. Cameron : Stationery 2 90 

Court House, Sudbury H.E.Long: Papering, 17.00; R. Horning: cementspipe, etc, 15.97 32 97 

J. E. Rogers: Expenses re burglaries, 54.45 ; W. Greer: Exp. re arson case, 37.20 9165 

<Uan. Express Co. charges , 40 

DISTRICT OF MUSKOKA ($8,957.75). 

W. H. Spencer Twelve months' salary as Police Magistrate (including trav. expenses). 500 00 

J. A. Bettes do Sheriff 500 00 

Thomas Johnson do Clerk of Peace and District Attorney 250 00 

I. Huber do Clerk of District Court 450 00 

R Mills do Gaoler, Bracebridge 550 00 

Mrs. R. Mills do Matron, do 50 00 

F.Francis do Gaoler, Huntsville 200 00 

J. E. Lount, Local Treasurer. Expenditure, Dec. qr, 1,041.62 ; March qr, 1,291.06 ; 

June qr, 1,619.19 ; September qr, 2,343.97 6,295 84 

Registry Office, Bracebridge: Warwick Bros. & Rutter: Printing 18 10 

Donald Bain & Co: Registers, 9.00 ; Hart & Riddell: Bailiff's books, 5.40 14 40 

Can. Ex. Co : charges, 90c ; W. Greer : expenses re larceny, 3.05 ; 3 95 

J. W. Murray : Expenses re cattle poisoning. 36 50 

L. K. Cameron : Stationery 88 96 

DISTRICT OF PARRY SOUND ($10,273.22). 

J. Farrer Twelve months' salary as Police Magistrate 600 00 

S. Armstrong do Sheriff 500 00 

W. L. Haight do Clerk of Peace and District Attorney 250 00 

E. Jordan do Clerk of District Court 450 00 

W. L. Haight Allowance for rent 100 00 

T. W. George Twelve months' salary as Gaoler, Parry Sound . 400 00 

Mrs. T. W. George . . do Matron, do 75 00 1 

Wm, Wilson do Lock-up Keeper, Burk's Falls 250 00 

Mrs. Wm. Wilson do Matron, do 50 00 

Richard Rattie Three years' salary as Gaoler, French River 150 00 

S. Armstrong, Local Treasurer: Expenditure, December qr, 1,199.01 ; March qr, 1,250 00; 

June qr, 2,490.10 ; Sept. qr, 1,546.70 ; Dec. qr, 600 00 7,085 81 

Registry Office :— Warwick Bros. & Rutter: Printing, 5.45 ; L. K. Cameron: Paper, 40c. . 5 85 

L. K. Cameron: Stationery, 112.60; Hart & Riddell: Books for Division Courts, 11.21 123 81 

Copp, Clark r!o: Record book, 19.00 ; Canadian Express Co: Charges, 2 80 21 80 

J. W. Murray : Expenses incendiary tires and murder ca«e 55 10 

W. Greer : Expenses arson case, 88.35 ; incest case, 67.50 155 85 

DISTRICT OF HALIBURTON ($1,150.00). 

W. Fielding Twelve months' salary as Stipendiary Magistrate 800 00 

M. Brown Allowance as Local Treasurer 150 00 

E.C.Young do Registrar of Deeds 200 00 

DISTRICT OF MANITOULIN ($5,424.51). 

E. H. Jackson Twelve months' salary as Sheriff 500 00 

J. W. Cashman Three do Clerk of Peace and District Attorney 62 50 

A.G.Murray Three do do do 80 85 



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23 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 



DISTRICT OF MANITOULIN-(7on. 



D. R. Springer Three and one-half months' salary as Registrar and Master of Titles. . . 

do do do Local Treasurer 

J. S. Hawkins Four and one-half months' salary as Registrar & Master of Titles (Acting) 

W. R. Abrey Four months' salary as Registrar and Master of Titles 

W. J. Francis Nine and one-half months' salary as Clerk of District Court, etc 

A. G. Murray One and one-half do do (Acting) 

J. M. Fraeer One months' salary as Clerk of District Court, etc 

W. W. McCoy Twelve months' salary as Constable 

D. R. Springer, Local Treasurer: Expenditure, December quarter 

J. W. Cashman, Acting do do 



E. H. Jackson, do do 

E. L. Brazenor, do do 

do do do 

Registry Office, Gore Bay :— Hart & Riddell: 

Donald Bain & Co! Registers, 108.00; 



March 
June 
do 
September 



do 
do 
do 
do 



Procedure book . , 
deed boxes, 12.00 



freight charges, 3.00 



Jos. Doust : Law forms, 57.75 ; C. Gripton : Date stamp and ink, 4.25 

Can. Express Co : Charges 

W. Greer : Expenses re timber stealing 

L. K. Cameron: Stationery for Clerk of Peace and District Attorney 



$179 65 

37 50 
226 32 
194 03 
316 30 

45 65 

38 05 
350 00 
299 13 
500 00 
382 85 
359 27 

1,386 65 

6 90 

123 00 

62 00 

1 15 

69 70 

203 01 



PROVINCIAL POLICE NIAGARA AND DETROIT RIVERS ($11,589.64). 



Alex. Logan Twelve months salary as Police Magistrate Niagara River 

T. H. Young Two do Chief Constable do 

W. H. Mains Nine do do do 

R. Griffin Twelve do Constable do 

W. H. Mains Three do do do 

C. A. O'Malley Twelve do do do 

P.Stafford One do do do 

Cecil Mackenzie Ten do do do 

F. F. Peirce Five and £ do do do 

P. Kelly Twelve do do do 

Martin F. Keeley Seven do do do 

Wm. McHattie Ten do do do 

Wm. Young Six do do do 

C.J.Metcalfe Six do do do 

Jacob Stein Five and f do do do 

H. M. Sheppard Seven do do do 

(A.D.Turner Six and \ do do do 

M. McNamara do do do do 

A. E. Davey Five do do do 

8. Gilchriese Four do do do 

W. F. Gilchriese One do do do 

Alex. Bartlet Allowance as Police Magistrate. Detroit River 

A. F. Campeau Tweve months' salary as Chief Constable, do 

Chas. Mahoney do Constable do 

John T. Yorrell Three do do do 

Andrew Murray Seven and \ do do do 



1,000 00 
177 00 
856 00 
912 50 
180 00 
821 25 

54 25 
497 73 
318 00 
600 00 
424 00 
495 16 
360 00 
368 00 
342 00 
350 00 
390 00 
390 00 
250 00 
200 00 

50 00 
100 00 
1,000 00 
800 00 
188 00 
465 75 



Expenses ($1,769.08). 
[Niagara River : — 

Postmaster: Postage stamps and rent of box, 13.60 ; Bell Tel. Co: Messages, 35.24. . . 
G.N.W. Tel. Co: Telegrams, 25.73; Niag. Falls Advertiser: Ptg. and stat'n'y, 1.25. . 

J. J. Sidey: Printing and stat'n'y, 22.30 ; J. R. Morden: Photos of prisoners, 1.50 

Buckley & Co : Photos of prisoners 

Travelling expenses: Alex. Logan, 59.85; F. F. Peirce, 1.10 ; T. H. Young, 170 ; 

R. Griffin, 20.65 ; P. Stafford, 1.20 ; P. Kelly, 11.75 ; W. H. Mains, 9.60 ; 

C. J. Metcalfe, 6.15 ; C. A.. O'Malley. 3 55 ; H. Sheppard, 2.00 ; 

C. MacKenzie, 13.15 ; Wm. McHattie, 12.90 ; M. F. Keeley, 45.10 ; 

A. D. Turner, 11.10 ; M. McNamara, 14.50; J. Stein, 3.90 ; 

W. H. Young, 1.00 ; W. F. Gilchreise, 2.50 

C. Baldry : Meals for prisoners, 88.50 ; S. D. Raney : Meals for prisoners, 50c 

Jos. Spencer: Livery hire, 50c; A. Smith: Livery hire, 50c. . . 

John Ward: Liverv hire, 2.50; Anderson & L^gan : Police clothing, 626.00 

Niagara Falls Electric Light Co. : Light current 

Jas. Clark : Police billies, 6.00 ; A. Kemp: "Police badges, 3.00 

S. G. Le Valley Handcuffs, 4.00 ; P. M. Buckley Cartridges, 2.60 

W. H. Mains: Lockup keys, 90; Cole & McMurray Revolvers, handcuffs, etc., 73.05 
A. E. Yeomans: Assisting constable, 1.00; C. Williams: Assisting constable, 5.00.. 

Detroit River:— 

Postmaster: Postage stamps and rent of box, 4.50 ; Bell Tel. Co : Messages, 26.30. . 

G.N.W. Tel. Co.' Telegrams, 9.23; C.P.R. Tel. Co.: Teleerrams, 1.73 , .... 

Sarnia Observer: Printing and stat'y, 10,25; Record Ptg. Co. : Printing and stat'y, 5.50 
G. E. Copeland: Stationery, 4.95 ; V. E. Marentette: Stationery, 1.85 



48 84 

26 98 

23 80 

3 75 



221 70 


89 00 


1 00 


628 50 


18 00 


9 00 


6 60 


73 95 


6 00 


30 80 


10 96 


15 75 


6 80 



24 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 
PROVINCIAL POLICE NIAGARA AND DETROIT RIVERS-Cow. 

Expenses— Con. 

J. J. Donohue: Police clothing, 75.00; Campbell & Vincent: Police clothing, 25.00. . , $100 00 

E. P. Beaune: Police clothing, 50.00; C. C. Cady: Assisting constable, 10.00 60 00 

Travelling expenses: C. Mahoney, 51.21 ; J. T. Yorrell, 3.79 ; A. Murray, 50.00 ; 

A. F. Campeau, 88 15 193 15 

Livery hire: T. G. Ferris, 21.00 ; Jas. Lucas, 8.50 ; J. G. Kemp, 16.00 ; 

Chas. McFee, 18.50; Mrs. T. Jones, 1.50; G. Lamperd, 12 00; J Elliott, 2.00; 

J. McFee, 20.00 . 99 50 

Photos of prisoners: Mc Arthur & Kearns, 3.00 ; J. C. Murdock, 7 50 10 50 

Medbury Estate: Rent of office, 62.50 ; The Detective: Subscription, 1.00 63 50 

Detective Pub. Co. : Advertising, 15.00 ; printing circulars, 6.00 21 00 

CROWN COUNSEL PROSECUTIONS ($6,503.78). 

Services, Winter Assizep, 1900:— Algoma: J. J. Kehoe 10 00 

Carleton : J. J. MacLaren, 218 00 ; Grey: John Birnie, 52.00 . . 270 00 

Middlesex: Wm Lount, 75 00 ; Rainy River: N. W. Rowell, 20.00 95 00 

Thunder Bay : R. C. Clute, 20.00 ; York : M. Irving, 158.00 178 00 

Services, Spring Assizes, 1901 :— Brant: Jas. E. Day, 20 00 ; Bruce" R. N. Ball, 48.00 68 00 

Carleton: H. Guthrie, 192.00 ; Dufferin: F. A. Anglin. 20.00 212 00 

Elgin: L. V. McBrady, 114.00 ; Essex ■ J C. Hegler. 89.00 203 00 

Frontenac: C. D. MacAuley. 26.00 ; Halton ' H L. Drayton, 52.00 78 00 

. Hastings: E. C. S. Huycke, 20 00 ; Huron : T. H. Purdom, 20 00 40 00 

Kent M. G. Cameron, 20.00 ; Leeds & Grenville: L. V. Hevd, 118.00 138 00 

Lanark : W. S. Herrington, 20.00 ; Lambton : S. F. Washington, 52.62 72 62 

Lincoln: J. V. Teetzel, 20.50 ; Lennox & Addington: J. M. Farrell, 20.00 40 50 

Muskoka : C. E. Hewson, 32 00 ; Middlesex : W. R. Riddell, 432.00 464 00 

Norfolk : T. C. Roblnette, 26.00 ; Northumberland and Durham : E. Saunders, 128 00 . . 154 00 

Nipissing D. A. Dunlop, 52.00 ; Ontario: E. B. Stone. 20.00 72 00 

Oxford: Jas. Harley, 20 00; Peel: W. H. McFadden, 10.00 ; Perth" Jno. King, 30.00 60 00 

Prescott & Russell: J. L. Dowlin, 36.00 ; Prince Edward F. L. Webb, 20.00 56 00 

Parry Sound : W. L. Haight, 32 00 ; Peterboro Huerh O'Learv, 106.00 138 00 

Renfrew: J. A. Allan, 20.00 ; Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry: Hon. Wm. Kerr, 20.00. . 40 00 

Simcoe: S. F. Washington, 20.00 ; Victoria: D B. Simpson, 26.00 46 00 

Welland: W. H. Wardrope, 20 00 ; Waterloo: W. A. Logic, 20 00 40 00 

Wellington : Frank Denton, 25.00 ; Wentworth: Hon. S. C. Biggs, 60.00 85 00 

York : J. J. McLaren 37 00 

Services, Summer Assizes :— Algoma: J. J. Kehoe 10 00 

Rainy River: N. W. Howell, 168.00 ; Thunder Bay : N. W. Rowell, 20.00 188 00 

Services, Fall Assizes :- Bruce: N. Jeffrey, 62 00 ; Hrant F. A. Anglin, 310.00 372 00 

Carleton : J. J. MacLaren. 83 00 ; Dufferin J. P. Mabee, 46.00 129 00 

Elgin: L. V. McBradv, 44 00 ; Essex: J. C. Hegler, 100 00 144 00 

Frontenac: E. C. R. Huycke, 32.00 ; Grev J. p imie. 20.00 52 00 

Halton : H. L. Drayton, 20 00 ; Haldimand W. H Wardrope, 20.00 40 00 

Hastings: Hon. Wm. Kerr. 20.00; Huron : C. T,. Dunbar, 20 00 40 00 

Kent: M. G. Cameron, 20.00; Lincoln: J. V. Teetzel, 84.16 104 16 

Leeds & Grenville: F. L. Webb, 72.00 ; Lennox & Addington: C. H. Widdifield, 20.00 . 92 00 

Lambton: J. Harlev, 153.00 ; Lanark: H. O'Learv, 26 00 179 00 

Munkoka: C. E. Hewson, 42.00 ; Middlesex W. R. Riddell, 1,000.00 1,042 00 

Nipissing: D. A. Dunlop , 20 00 

Northumberland & Durham: E. Saunders, 26.00 ; Oxford: J. E. Day, 88.00 ... 114 00 

Ontario: D. O'Connell, 20.00 ; Peel : E. Saunders, 78 00 98 00 

Prince Edward: J. M. Farrell, 20 00 ; Peterboro. .Frank Denton, 20.00 40 00 

Perth : J . Idington, 26 00 ; Prescott & Russell J. L. Dowlin, 20 00 .... 46 00 

Renfrew: J. A. Allan, 20.00 ; Stormont, Dundas & GlengarrV W. S. Herrington, 64.00. 84 00 

Simcoe: S. F. Washington, 98.50: Waterloo: L. F. Heyd, 52.00 150 50 

Wellington: Frank Denton, 20.00 ; Welland A. T. Thompson, 20 00 40 00 

Wentworth : Hon. S. C. Biggs. 30.00 ; Victoria: D. B. Simpson. 79.00 109 00 

York: H.Guthrie 813 00 

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE IN COUNTIES. (8141,217.78.) 

Expenditure as Treasurer : — 

Brant : A. Foster, Septemb r quarter, 1900, 442.64 ; December quarter, 1900, 806.89 ; 

March quarter, 1901, 450.79 ; June quarter, 1901, 736.28 2,436 59 

Bruce : N. Robertson. September quarter, 1900, 731.24 ; December quarter, 1900, 888.14 ; 

March quarter, 1901, 374 93 ; June quarter, 1901. 844.22 

Carleton: H Reilly, September quarter, 1900, 1,216.61 ; December quarter, 1900, 2,667.20 ; 

March quarter, 1901, 1,390.79 5,274 60 

Dufferin : C.R.Wheelock, December quarter, 1900, 402.70 ; March quarter, 1901, 97.36 ; 

June quarter, 1901, 375.76 ; September quarter, 175.30 1,048 12 



1901 ] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 25 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. . 
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE IN COUNTIES- -Con 

Elgin : J.McCausland, September quarter, 1900, 574 06 ; December quarter, 1900, 978.64 ; 

March quarter, 1901, 781.10; June quarter, 19ul, 656.34 

Essex : H. Morand, December quarter, 1900, 1,076.22 ; March quarter, 1901, 1,203 40 ; 

June quarter, 1901, 1,090.89 

Frontenac : I). Purdv, September quarter, 1900, 490.75 December quarter, 1900, 477.70 ; 

March quarter, 1901, 745/6 ; June quarter, 1901, 328.16 ; Sept. quarter, 1901, 548 05 ; 
Grey s. J Parker, September quarter, 1900, 667.72 ; December quarter, 1900, 799.57 ; 

M arch quarter, 1901, 545.24; June quarter, 1901, 687.65 

Haldimand : A. A. Davis, September quarter,1900, 213.27; December quarter, 1900, 47127 ; 

March quarter, 1901 , 517.60 ; June quarter, 1901, 389.24 . . 

Halton : J Menzies, December quarter, 1900, 330.31 ; March quarter, 1901, 345.21 ; 

June quarter, 1901, 232 30 ; September quarter, 1901, 495.50 

Hastiners : Thos. Wills, June quarter, 1900, 1,633 48 ; September quarter, 1900, 1,117.89 ; 

Dec. quarter, 1900, 1,823 46 ; March quarter, 1901, 959.58 ; June quarter, 1901, 1,520,18 
Huron ■ W Holmes, Septunber quarter, 1900, 582.10 ; Decmber quarter,1900, 805.97 ; 

March quarter, 1901, 74:-5.86 ; June quarter, 1901, 872.99 

Kent : A. L. Shambleau, December quarter, 1900, 1,802.56 ; March quarter, 1901, 1,123.88 ; 

June quarter, 1901, 2,516 85 

Lambtou : H. Ingram, September quarter, 1900, 843.60 ; December quarter, 1900, 787.42 ; 

March quarter, 1901, 576 57 ; June quarter, 1901, 1,175.08 

Lanark : J. Code, December quarter, 1900, 556.84 ; March quarter, 1901, 410.63; 

June quarter, 1901, 637.46 ; ■ September quarter, 389.81 

Leeds and Grenville : L. Patton, Sept. quarter, 1900, 926.00; Dec. quarter, 1900, 823.64; 

March quarter, 1901, 748.92 ; June quarter, 1901, 811.28 

Lennox and Addington : I. Parks. December quarter, 1900, 529 19 ; 

March quarter, 1901, 181.69 ; June quarter, 1901, 469.53 

Lincoln : Ira T.Culp, September quarter, 1900, 432.28 ; December quarter, 1900, 911.00 ; 

March quarter, 1901, 345.60 ; June quarter, 1901, 872.12 

Middlesex ■ A.M McEvoy, September quarter,1900, 1,873.64; Dec. quarter,1900, 1,996.16; 

March quarter, 1901, 1.493.13 ; June quarter, 1901, 3,646.48 

Norfolk : R. Crysler, December quarter, 1900, 265.27 ; March quarter, 1901, 299.37 ; 

June quarter, 1901, 573.12 

Northumberland & Durham: W. F. Macnachtan, December quarter. 1900, 1,556 36; 

March q'rter, 1901, 881.19 : June q'rter, 1901, 738.21 ; September q'rter, 1901, 747.41. 
Ontario: D. McKay. June quarter, 1900, 245.01 ; September quarter, 1900, 680.22 ; 

December quarter, 1900, 387. 88 ; March quarter. 1901, 348.77 - . . 

Oxford: H. P. Brown, December quarter, 1900, 960.66 ; March quarter, 1901, 695.35 ; 

June quarter, 1901, 726. 72 

Peel: R. Crawford, December quarter, 1900, 6-39.27; March quarter, 1901, 599.67; 

June quarter, 1901, 782.94 

Perth: Geo. Hamilton, September quarter, 1900, 487 58; December quarter, 1900, 732.70; 

March quarter, 1901, 370.20 ; June quarter, 1901, 842.60 

Peterboro': Geo. Stewart, March quarter, 1900, 244.55 ; June quarter, 1900, 459.97 ; 

September quarter. 1900, 516.86 

Prescott & Russell J. Belanger, March quarter, 1900, 208.76 ; June q'rter, 1900, 158.71 ; 

September quarter, 1900, 379 54 

Prince Edward : D. L. Bongard, December q'rter, 1900, 532.28; March q'rter,1901, 196 14; 

June quarter, 1901, 522.87 ; September quarter, 1901, 506.27 

Renfrew: A. Morris, September quarter, 1900, 203.53 ; December quarter, 1900, 394.77 ; 

March quarter, 1901. 2l9.74 

Simcoe' A. Craig, September quarter, 1900, 1,114.90 ; December quarter, 1900, 740.01 ; 

March quarter, 19)1, 737.14 

Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry : C. J. Mattice, September quarter, 1900, 347.98 ; 

December q'rter. 1900, 736 97; March q'rter, 1901, 532.48; June q'rter, 1901, 492.35 . 
Victoria: J. R. McNeillie, September q'rter, 1900, 460.36 ; December q'rter, 1900, 966.37; 

March quarter, 1901, 434.82 : June quarter, 1901, 741 24 

Waterloo: H. J. Bowman, June quarter, 1900 

Welland: C. B. Bennett, September quarter, 1900, 865.47 : December q'rter, 1900, 499 08; 

March quarter, 1901, 240.40 ; June quarter, 1901. 278.58 

Wellington: W. Reynolds, December quarter, 1900, 1,647.64 ; March quarter, 1901, 721 72. 

June quarter, 1901, 74P.91 ; September quarter, 1901, 332.73 . . ' 

Wentworth: A. Cochrane, September q'rter, 1900, 1.287.10; December q'rter,! 900. 1,876.34; 

March quarter, 1901, 892.53 ; June quarter, 1901, 1,409 07. 

York' J. K. Macdonald, September q'rter, 1900, 4,954.28; December q'rter, 1900, 4,667.31; 

March quarter, J 901, 4,664 46 ; June, 1901, 5,570.88 

City of Toronto: R.T.Coady, Sept'mb'r q'rter,1900, 1,428.08; Dec'mb'r q'rter,1900, 2,827 06; 

March quarter, 1901, 1,667.53 

City of Hamilton: A. Stuart, December quarter, 1900, 708.54; March q'rter, 1901, 361.26; 

June quarter, 1901, 326.70 

Expenses and disbursements : — 

Brant: W. Oreer 

Bruce: J. W. Murray, 5.75 ; J. E. Rogers, 31.10 ; W. Greer, 7.75 

Carleton: W. Greer, 36.95 ; C. A. Society, Ottawa, re escape of prisonar, 33.40 

Dufferin: W. Greer . " 



$2,990 14 


3,370 51 


2,589 92 


2,700 18 


1,591 38 


1,403 32 


7,054 59 


3,004 92 


5,443 29 


3,382 67 


1,994 74 


3,309 84 


1,180 41 


2,561 00 


9,009 41 


1,137 76 


3,923 17 


1,661 88 


2,382 73 


2,021 88 


2,433 08 


1,221 38 


747 01 


1,757 56 


818 04 


2,642 05 


2,109 78 


2,602 79 
719 56 


1,883 53 


3,446 00 


5,465 04 


19,856 93 


5,922 67 


1,396 50 


29 45 
44 60 
70 35 
35 40 



26 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE— Continued. 
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE IN COUNTIES-Cow. 

Elgin • J. W. Murray, 10.30; W. Greer, 29.35 

R. C. Chute Legal services, Stafford and Morrison et al 40.00 $79 65 

Essex: J. W. Murray, 60.70; T. E. Rogers, 120 71 18141 

Grey: J. E. Rogers, 135.27 ; W. Greer, 18 60 153 87 

Haldimand : J E. Rogers . 22 65 

Halton J. W. Murray, 11.30 ; J. E. Rogers, 29.30 40 60 

Hastings: J. W. Murray, 26.05 ; W. Greer, 39 90 65 95 

Huron : J . W. Murray 26 55 

Kent: J E.Rogers. 44 90 

Lambton : J. E. Rogers 5 00 

Lennox & Addington : J. W. Murray, 66.50 ; J. E. Rogers, 16.50 83 00 

Lincoln : J. W. Murray 22 40 

Middlesex: J. W. Murray, 298.85 ; J. E. Rogers, 106.70 ; W. Greer, 34.10 439 65 

Norfolk : J. W. Murray 37 30 

Northumberland & Durham : W. Greer 18 17 

Ontario: W.Greer 16 30 

Oxford. .J. E. Rogers, 38.65 ; W. Greer, 35.00 73 65 

Peel : J. E. Rogers, 11.31 ; W. Greer, 12.10 23 41 

Perth - J. E. Rogers, 49.04 ; Judge Masson, retrial Queen vs. Burke, 25.00 74 04 

Peterboro' : J. E. Rogers, 12.10 ; W. Greer, 49.80 61 90 

Renfrew: J. W. Murray 133 90 

Simcoe: J. E. Rogers, 21.40 ; W. Greer, 22.45 43 85 

Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry : J. W. Murray, 94.65 ; J. E. Rogers 109.05 203 70 

Victoria: J. E.Rogers 9 70 

Waterloo : J. W. Murray, 21.05 ; J. E. Rogers, 26.90 ; W. Greer, 10.90 58 85 

Welland: J. W. Murray, 20.31; W. Greer, 215.55 235 86 

Wellington: J. W. Murray, 10.50 ; J. E. Rogers, 13.50 ; W. Greer, 115.60 189 60 

Wentworth : W. Greer .... 12 20 

York : J.E.Rogers, 234 20 ; W.Greer, 476.38 ; L. Evans : Legal services re Rice et al, 399.27; 
United States Government : Expenses re extradition Rice et al 411.14 ; 

Bank of Hamilton: Charges on draft do do 41c. 1,521 40 

J. E. Rogers : Subscription to " Detective " 1 00 

John English : Twelve mouths salary as Provincial Bailiff 1,200 00 

do Travelling expenses and disbursements re transfer of prisoners . 3,025 00 

P. Simser, do do do 3130 

Z. A. Vanluven, do do do 26 75 

Clothing for Bailiffs: J no, Macdonald & Co , 22.56 ; O. P. Industries, 23.00 45 56 

John Guinane: Boots for bailiffs, 8.00; J. W. T. Fairweather: Hats for bailiffs, 3.00.. 1100 

F. H. Hall & Son : Gloves for bailiffs 1 00 

Clothing for discharged prisoners : — 

in 1 1 Reformatory for Boys, 601.25 ; J. Jamieson, 140 78 ; Flett, Lowndes & Co., 21.00 ; 
Wyld, Darling & Co., 9.00 ; C. P. Industries, 1,965.63 ; John Macdonald & Co., 142.72 ; 
Robt. Simpson Co., 135.00 ; Mercer Reformatory, 9.13 ; C. G. Gendron, 94.40 ; 

Jas. Whimster, 112.50 3,23141 

|CT Alex. Jaffray : To pay carriage of discharged prisoners 1,500 00 

R. W. Laird, do do 200 00 

•""■' W. P. Band do do 500 00 

W. C. Irving: Services as Auditor, Renfrew, 50.00 ; postage, 2.00 52 00 

S.»H. Ghent: do Wentworth 50 00 

INSPECTION OF OFFICES UNDER JUDICATURE ACT, ($3,895.24). 

James Fleming : Twelve months' salary as Inspector . 2,400 00 

W.F.Grant: do Clerk 1,100 00 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter: Print'g and bind'g, 7.40 ; Mrs. Hubertus: Post, stamps, 45.00 52 40 

L. K. Cameron: Paper, 11.68 ; stationery, 53.91 65 59 

Can. Legal Pub. Co". Legal chart and law list, 3.25 ; Canadian Transfer Co: Charges, 1.00 4 25 

Can. Express Co: Chareres, 65c ; Dominion Express Co: Charges, 45c 1 10 

James Fleming : Travelling expenses 271 90 

CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS, ($4,405.00). 

J. ;W. Murray : Twelve months' salary as Chief Inspector 1,725 00 

J.E.Rogers: do Inspector 1,425 00 

Wm. Greer: do do , 1,150 00 

Employers Liability Co : Premium on accident policy of Chief Inspector 35 00 

London Guarantee & Accident Co : Premium on accident policy of Inspectors 70 00 

SHERIFFS' FEES, ETC., ($7,699.38.) 

Attendance'at Court as Sheriff : 

Brant' H. Watt, Jr 47 70 Carleton : J. Sweetland .... 455 40 

Bruce* F. S. O'Connor .. . 46 20 Bruce: C. V. Parke 9 20 

Essex. J. C. Her 308 50 Elgin" D.Brown 118 90 



1901 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



27 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE —Continued 



SHERIFF'S FEES, ETC.— Con. 



Dana. 



Frontenac : T. Dawson .... 

Hastings: Geo. F Hope .. 

Kent : Gr. A. Holmes 

Lanark: J. Thompson 

Leeds and Grenville : G. A. 

Norfolk : Jas Jackson 

Oxford . . Jas. Brady 

Perth : J. Hossie . 

Peel . R. Broddy 

Simcoe : C. Drury 

Victoria * J. \. McLennan 

Waterloo : Jno. Motz 

Wellington: A S. Allan 

York: J. H. Widdifield 1 

Attendance at Court as D. C. 0. & P : 

Algoma : G. H. Farwell 

Bruce : W. A. McLean 

Carleton ! J. P. Featherstone 

DufFerin : J. McLaren 

Essex : F. E. Marcon 

Frontenac : A, McGill 

Halton : W. A. Lawrence 

Hastings: A. G. Northrup .... 

Kent: W. Douglas 

Lambton : W. R. Gemmill 

Leeds and Grenville : O.K. Frarer 

Lincoln : J. Clench 

Middlesex : J. Macbeth 

Nipissiiig: T. J. Bourke 

Northumberland & Dur: E. A. Macnachtan 

Oxford: J Canfield 

Peel: J. B. Dixon 

Peterboro : J Moloney 

Pr. Edward : W. H. R Allison 

Rainy River : F. J. Apjohn 

Simcoe : J. Stevenson 

Attendance ato Court as D. C. C. & P. :— 

Thunder Bay : James Meek 

Waterloo : J. McDougall 

Wellington : A. M. McKinnon 

York : Crier, J. Henderson 



147 80 Grey : C. H. Moore $105 50 

174 50 Huron: R. G. Reynolds.... 160 00 

32 25 Kent: J. R. Gemmill 93 10 

20 00 Lincoln: T. C. Dawson.... 57 30 

111 60 Lambton : J. Flintof t 69 90 

12 20 Middlesex: D. M. Cameron . 340 20 

12 20 No'd&Durham: J. O. Proctor 69 00 

49 80 Ontario J. F. Paxton ... 58 60 

15 40 Peterboro: J. A. Hall 91 20 

58 30 Renfrew: W. Moffatt 24 10 

90 40 S. D and G : A. McNab ... 60 00 

42 00 Welland Jas. Smith 13 00 

49 80 Went'rth: J. J. Middleton . 205 30 

,448 90 Toronto: F. Mowat 925 00 

20 01 Brant : J. T. Hewitt 84 31 

28 00 Bruce : Matthew Goetz .... 16 33 

104 65 Carleton" W. L. Scott 12 00 

36 15 Elgin : D. McLaws 64 50 

40 22 Essex : J. F. Hare 40 00 

48 20 ^rey : W. A. Bishop 80 10 

16 10 Haldimand : J. Mitchell ... 12 18 
24 50 Huron: D. McDonald 64 71 

4 00 Kent : J. Holmes 32 30 

92 50 Lanark: E. J. Malloch .... 32 00 

68 18 Lenn.&Add: W.P.Deroche 28 20 

24 28 Muskoka: Isaac Huber ... 48 16 

112 33 Middlesex: R. K. Cowan .. 8 00 

32 04 Norfolk: C. C. Rapelje 24 40 

28 00 Ontario ■ L. T. Barclay .... 24 20 

40 29 Oxford: W. T. Mc Mullen.. 4 00 

20 00 Perth" W. C. Mo script 76 12 

80 29 Parry Sound : E. Jordan ... 20 24 

24 20 Renfrew: M. Mackav 36 00 

40 00 S. D. & G J. A. McDougall 64 18 

60 14 Simcoe: J. R. Colter 20 00 

12 00 Victoria: W. Grace 29 25 

1 6 06 Welland MP. Willson .... 12 34 

34 22 Wentworth: S. H. Ghent.. 76 26 
250 00 



SEALS AND OTHER CONTINGENCIES ($372.20). 



C. Gripton . .. Seal and press, 4th Division Court, Waterloo 

do do 1st do . Frontenac 

I do do 3rd do Haldimand 

W.J.Martin do 9th do Simcoe 

L. K. Cameron Seal, Surrogate Court, Co. York 

Rolph, Smith & Co . . .Seal and press, Surrogate Court, Algoma . . 

H. Macbeth Contribution toward telegraph serv. Osgoode Hall 

Bank Commerce Amount paid in Court, security for cost of appeal Atty.-Gen. v. 

Thos. Dixon Services re transfer of office, Division Court 1, Bruce 

do do do 9, do 

do do do 11, do 

do do do 12, do 

Canadian Express Co . Charges 



Scully 



LITIGATION OF CONSTITUTIONAL QUESTIONS ($2,227.23). 



A- E. O'Meara Legal services re Lord's Day Act 

J. A. Paterson do do 

jJifiE. Irving Legal services at Ottawa re Fisheries 

do .Travelling expenses to Ottawa 

do Legal services, Parliamentary, (at Ottawa) 

do Travelling expenses to Ottawa 

fj. V. Blake Account costs and disbursements Ont. Mining Co. v. Seybold 

O'Gara, Wyld & Osier. Services and disbursements re Railway Act 

I do do Fisheries Act 

Kerr, Davidson & 
Patterson Legal services re Macdonald v. Lake Simcoe Ice Co 

Brace Wynn Typewriting re Niagara Falls Park 

J. R. Forsyth ...... . Disbursements 



$6 35 


6 40 


6 25 


5 00 


3 75 


3 75 


120 00 


200 00 


5 00 


5 00 


5 00 


5 00 


70 


300 00 


350 00 


195 00 


34 45 


260 00 


90 65 


487 77 


19 32 


4 50 


476 37 


4 45 


4 72 



28 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



[No. 1 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE —Concluded. EDUCATION. 



GROUPED COUNTIES ($807.55). 



His Hon. Judge Harding Services and expenses 
do Price ... do 

do Wilkison do 



SHORTHAND REPORTERS ($10,700.00). 



A. H. Crawford . 
A. J. Henderson 
R. Tyson 

E. E. Horton . . . 

F. V. Dickson . . . 
N. R. Butcher... 
H. J. Emerson . . 
J. Agnew 



.Twelve months' salary as Court Reporter 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 



COUNTY LAW LIBRARIES ($1,200.00). 

To pay Associations: Brant, 46.28; Bruce, 42.76 ; Carleton, 60.68 ; Elgin, 45.96 
Essex, 46.60 ; Frontenac. 47 88 ; Grey. 44.36 ; Hamilton, 61.00 ; Hastings, 45.64 
Huron, 48.52; Kent, 48.20 ; Leedp, 49.80 ; Victoria, 45.48 ; Middlesex, 60 04 
Norfolk, 44.04; Ontario, 43.40 ; Oxford, 47.72 ; Perth. 44.90 ; Peterboro, 46.92 
Rainy River, 43.40 ; Simcoe. 51 40 ; Stormont, 47.24 ; Welland, 44.90 
Wellington, 46 60 ; Waterloo, 46 28 



$208 20 
291 40 
307 95 



1,600 00 
1.500 00 
1,500 00 
1,500 00 
1,150 00 
1,150 00 
1,150 00 
1,150 00 



1,200 00 



Total Administration of Justice 416,042 82 



EDUCATION. 



Treasurer, Countv of- 
Brant, 1,721.00: 
Elgin, 3,047.00; 
Haldimand. 1 891.00 
Huron, 5,146.00 ; 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS ($219,841.55). 



Carleton, 3,084.00 ; 
Frontenac, 2,382.00 
Hal ton, 1,488 00 ; 
Lambton, 4,176.00 ; 



Dufferin, 1,930.00 

Grey, 6,005 00 

Hastings, 4.109 00 

Lanark, 2,319 00 



Bruce, 4,417.00; 

Es*ex. 3.570.00 ; 
Halibnrton, 740 00 

Kent, 3.947.00 ; 
Leeds & Grpn'le, 4,049.00; Len'x & Add, 2.243.00; Lincoln, 1,698,00; Middlesex, 5,301.00 
Norfolk, 2,577 00 ; N. and Durham, 5,061.00 ; Ontario. 3,346.00 ; Oxford, 3.396 00 
Peel, 1,978.00 ; Perth. 3,456.00 : Peterboro', 2 306 00 ; Prescott, and Russell, 2,217 00 
Prince Ed, 1 559.00 ; Renfrew, 4,046.00 ; Simcoe, 6,118.00 ; S. D. & Gleng'y, 5,561 00 
Victoria, 2,438 00 ; Waterloo, 2.601 00 ; Welland, 2,036.00 ; Wellington, 3,773 00 

York, 4,896 00 123,402 00 



Brantford, 1,780 00 ; 
Kingston, 1,767 00 ; 
St. Thomas, 1,218.00 



Wentworth, 2,774.00 ; 
Treasurer, City of — 

Belleville," 1,01 100 ; 

Hamilton. 5,506 00 ; 

St. Catharines, 1,032.00 

Windsor, 1.49*00 .... 
Treasurer, T< wn of— 

Alliston, 219.00 , 

Aurora, 18^.00 ; 

Blenheim, 206 00 ; 

Brampton. 347 00 , 

Cobourg, 372.00 ; 

Dresden, 195 00 ; 

Essex, 173.00 ; 

Gananrque, 443,00 ; 

Hawkesbury, 49.00 ; 

Kincardine, 263 00 ; 

Little Current, 80.00 ; 

Mitchell. 257.00 ; 

Newmarket, 242.00 ; 

North Toronto, 194.00 ; "Oakville, 190 00 ; 

Oshawa. 503.00 ; Owen Sound, 1.01700 ; 

Paris, 360 00 ; Parry Sound, 208.00 '. 

Penetanguishene, 295 00 ; Pe»rth, 321.00 ; 

Picton, 405 00 ; Port Arthur, 249 00 ; 



Chatham. 910.00 ; 
London, 4,231 00 ; 
Stratford, 1,100.00 



Guelph, 1,104.00 

Ottawa, 3.494.00 

Toronto, 21,404,00 



Almonte, 277.00 ; 

Aylmer, 271.00 ; 
Bothwell, 103 00 ; 
Brockville, 938.00 : 
Collinewood, *88 00 ; 
Dundas, 184.00 ; 
Forest. 194.00 ; 
Goderich, 442.00 ; 
Harriston, 216.00 ; 
Leamington, 378.00 
Mattawa, 53.00 ; 
Milton, 158 00 ; 
Niagara, 169 00 



Amherstburg, 131 00 ; 
Barrie, 642 00 ; 
Bowmanville, 350.00 ; 
Carleton Place. 496 00 ; 
Cornwall, 302 00 ; 
Dunnville, 261 00 ; 
Ft. William, 530.00 ; 
Gore Bay, 123.00 ; 

Hespeler, 310.00 ; 
; Lindsay, 706.00 ; 
Meaford. 233.00 : 
Mt. Forest, 270.00 ; 
Niagara Falls, 412.00 ; 
Orangpville, 502.00 
Palmerston, 220.00 ; 
Preston, 233.00 ; 

Peterboro', 922 00 ; 
Port Hope, 55400 



Arnprior, 295.00 

Berlin, 932 00 

Bracebridge. 284.00 

Clinton, 300 00 

Deseronto, 466.00 

Durham, 163.00 

Gait, 898.00 

Gravenhurst, 229 90 

Ingersoll, 526.00 

Li«t wel, 310 00 

Midland. 277 00 

Napanee, 362.00 

North Bay, 191.00 

Orillia, 462,00 

Parkhill, '38.00 

Pembroke, 345.00 

Petrolea, P81.00 

Prescott, 2*5.00 



Rat Portage, 511 00 : Renfrew, 215.00 ; Ridgetown, 283.00 ; Sault Ste. Marie, 437 00 

Sandwich,' 109.00 ; Sarnia, 752.00 ; 

Smith's Falls, 638.00 ; Stayner, 143.00 ; 

Strathroy, 376.00 ; Sudbury, 99 00 ; 

Thorold, 162.00 ; Tilsonburg. 256.00 ; 

Uxbridge, 208.00 ; Vankleek Hill. 152 00 ; 

Wallacebunr, 291.00 ; Waterloo, 378.00 



Seaforth, 299 00 
Sturgeon Falls, 49.00 ; 

Thessalon, 103.00 ; 
Toronto Junct., 660.00 
Walkerton, 270 00 ; 
Welland, 226.00 ; 



Wiarton, 253.00 ; Wingham, 269.00 ; Woodstock, 1,148.00 



Simcoe, 360 00 

St. Mary's, 379.00 

Thornbury, 91 00 

Trenton, 357.00 

Walkerville, 143.00 

Whitby, 247.00 



46 051 00 



34,929 00 



1901] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



EDUCATION.— Continued 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS-Con. 



Treasurer, Village of — 
^cton, 182.00 ; 
Arkona, 54.00 ; 
Ashburnham, 211.00 
Beaverton, 89.00 ; 
Bobcaygeon, 106 00 ; 
Brighton, 171 00 ; 
Caledonia, 113.00 ; 
Casselman, 22.00 ; 
Chippewa, 57.00 ; 
Delhi. 102 00 : 
East Toronto, 185.00 
Embro, 73.00 ; 
Fergus, 172.00 : 
(ilencoe, 117.00 ; 
Hastings, 55.00 ; 
Hintonburg, 139.00 
Kemptville 176.00 
Lancaster, 66.00 ; 
Lucknow, 183.00 ; 
Maxville, 84.00 ; 
Millbrook, 108.00 ; 
Newburg, 78 00 ; 
Niagara Falls 8, 168.00 
Omemee, 76.00 ; 
Portsmouth, 49.00 
Pt. Dover, 136.00 
Pt. Stanley, 62.00 
Shelburne, 180.00 
Stouffville, 158.00 
Tara, 90,00 ; 
Tilbury, 64,00 ; 
Vienna, 43.00 ; 
Watford, 170 00 ; 
Woodbridge, 77.00 



Ailsa Craig, 88.00 ; 
Arthur, 95.00 ; 
; Bath, 43.00 ; 

Beeton, 93.00 ; 
Bolton, 77 00 ; 
Brussels. 151.00 ; 
Campbellford, 303.00 
Cayuga, 148.00 ; 
Clifford, 75.00 ; 
Drayton. 98.00 ; 

Eganville, 60.00 
Erin, 64.00 ; 



Alexandria, 39.00 ; 

Athens, 118.00 ; 
Bayfield, 70.00 ; 

Belle River, 15.00 ; 
Bradford, 112.00 ; 
Burk's Falls, 87.00 ; 
; Canningt >n, 154 00 ; 
Chesley, 211.00 ; 
Colborne, 124 00 ; 
Dundalk, 98 00 ; 
Elrnira, 134.00 : 



Alvinston, 124 

Ayr, 103 

Beanusville, 100 

Blyth, 108 

Bridgeburg, 149 

Burlington, 141 

Cardinal, 162 

Chest-rvilU 104 

Creemore, 78 

Dutton, 96 

Elor s 125 



Exeter. 227- 00 ; 
Fort Erie. 102 00 ; Garden Island, 35.00 : 
Grand Valley, 99 00 ; Grimsby, 10^ 00 ; 
Hanover, 187.00 ; Havelock, 117.00 ; 

; Holland Landing, 53.00 ; Huntsvil e. 153 00 
; Kingsville, 169.00 ; Lakefield, 138.00 ; 

L'Orignal, 110.00 ; London W, ?41.00 ; 

Madoc, 130 00 ; Markdale, 107.00 ; 



Marmora, 113.00 ; 

Milverton, 85.00 

Newbury, 55.00 ; 



Merrifkville, 119.00 
Morrisburg, 198.00 
Newcastle, 61.00 ; 



Norwich, 169 00 ; Norwood. 120.00 
Ottawa E, 136.00 ; Paisley, 125.0»» ; 

Pt. Carling, 33 00 ; Pt. Colborne, 140.00 ; 
• Pt. Elgin, 174.00 ; Pt. Perry, 178.00 ; 

Richmond, 55.00 ; Richmond Hill, 77.00 ; 
Southampton, 206.00 ; Springfield, 59 00 
Streetsville, 65.00 ; Sundridge, 44.00 



Thamesviile, 110.00 ; 
Tottenham, 71 00 
Waterdown. 82 00 ; 
Weston, KR00 ; 



Teeswater, 114.00 ; 
Tiverton, 57. 00 ; 
Wards ville, 40.00 ; 
Wellington, 75.00 
; Woodville, 66.00 

Treasurer. Township Pelee Island 

Trustees U. P. S. No 17 and 24, Williamsburg and Osnabruck 

Mrs. A. Hoodless I Services introducing Domestic Science .... 

do Travelling expenses do 



Wyoming, 94.00 



Fenelon Fall-, 139 
Georgetown, 177 
Hagersville- 112 
Hensall, 110. 
Iroquois, 14*< 
Lanark. 112 
Lucan, 106 
Markham, 116 
; Merriton, 163 

; Newboro, 54 

New Hamburg, IM) 
; Oil Springs, 125 
Pt. Edward, 128 
Pt. Dalhousie, 89 
Pt. Rowan, 80 
Rockland, 27 
Stirling, 96 
Sutton, 75, 
ThedforH, 74 
Tweed, 113 
Wate.ford, 131 
Winchester, 133. 
Wroxeter, 54.00.. 



$15,077 00 

76 00 

2 50 

245 00 

62 05 



SEPARATE SCHOOLS, ($23,191.55.) 



Treasurer Board R. C. S. S. Section :— 

6 Arthur, 31.00 ; 10 Arthur, 31.00 ; 
10 Adjala, 20.00 ; 2 Ash6eld, 47.00 ; 

7 Alfred with 8 Plantaganet S, 13.00 ; 
9 Alfred, 27 00 ; 10 Alfred, 80.00 ; 
13 Alfred, 25.00 ; 14 Alfred, 18 00 ; 
2-5-8 Anderdon, 30.00 ; 3-4 Anderdon 

9 Biddulph with 1 McGillivray, 8.00 ; 
7 Bromley, 37.00 ; 1 Brougham, 15.00 ; 
4 Burgess N, 14.00 ; 6 Burgess N, 10.00 ; 
6 Biddulph, 14.00 ; 

10 Caledonia, 24.00 ; 
4 Cambridge, 25.00 ; 
1 Carrick, 36 00 ; 



2 Carrck with 2 Culross, 19 00 



4 Asphodel, 13.00 ; 15 Augusta. 13 00 

3 Alfred, 23 00 ; 6 Alfred , 30 00 

7 Alfred, 30 00 ; 8 Alfred, 29.00 

11 Alfred, 20.00 ; 12 Alfred, 26.00 

15 Alfred, 20.00; 4 Admast »n, 19 00 

15 00 ; 2 Brant with 3 Greenock, ll.OO 

4 Bromlev, 26.00 ; 6 BromW, 21.00 

1(15) Brighton, 13.00 ; 2 Burgess N, 28.00 

3 Biddulph. 10 00 ; 4 Biddulph, 25.00 

3-4-10 Caledonia, 15.00 ; 6 Caledonia with 7 Plantaganet S, 10.00 

12 Caledonia, 11.00 ; 13 Caledonia, 26 00 ; 3 Cambridge, 28 00 

5 Cambridge, 36.00 ; 6 Cambridge, 25.00 ; 

Ul Carrick with 1 Culross 70.00; 



1 Cornwall, 20 00 ; 
10 Cumber) 'd, 16.00 
5 Clarence, 91.00 ; 
12 Clarence, 24.00 ; 
17 Clarence, 21.00; 



16 Cornwall, 45.00 ; 
11 Cumberl'd, 20.00 ; 

6 Clarence, 58.00 ; 
13 Clarence, 13.00; 
19 Clarence, 17 00; 



4 Carrick, 33.00 ; 

4 Crosby N, 62 00 ; 

13 Cumberl'd, 20.00; 
8 Clarence, 41.00; 

14 Clarence, 26 00; 
20 Clarence, 2L.00 ; 



6-7 Cambridge, 40 00 

2 Carrick, 17.0' 

14 Carrick, 109.00 

7 Crosbv N. 5 00 

14 Cumberl'd, 31.00 

11 Clarence, 24.00 

16 Clarence, 18.00 

21 Clarence, 32 00 



15 Charlottenburg, 38.00 ; 16 Charlottenburg, 27.00 ; 1 U Culross with 1 Carrick, 79.0'> 
2 U Culross wirh 2 Carrick, 21.00 ; 9 Downey, 28 00 ; 3 Dover, 94.00 

9 Dover, 47.00 ; 7 Dover, 64.00 ; 2 Edwardsburg, 9.00 ; 7 Ellice, 19.00 
2 Flamboro W, 13.00 ; 5 Finch, 41.00 ; 3 Greenock with 2 Brant, 58 00 
5 Glenelg, 19.00 ; 7 Glenelg, 25.00 ; 1 Gloucester with 3 Osgoode, 13.00 
4-5-12 Gloucester, 10.00 ; 14 Gloucester, 30.00 ; 15 Gloucester, 73.00 ; 17 Gloucester, 4 00 
20 Gloucester, 29.00 ; 25 Gloucester, 83 00 ; 26 Gloucester. 22.00 ; 3 Griffith, 18.00 

2 Haldimand, 28.00 ; 14 Haldimand, 16 00 ; 9 Harwich. 24 00; 4 Haga ty, 44.00 

1 Howe Island, 10.00 ; 2 H^we Island, 19.00; 3 Howe Island, 13 00 ; 1-3 Halihert, 15 00 

3 Holland and Glenelg, 8.00 ; 2 Hullet, 11.00 ; I Ha v. 42.00 

2 Hawkesb'y E, 64.00 ; 4 Hawkesb'y, 12.00 ; 6 Hawkesb'y E. 21.00 ; 7 Hawk*sb'v E, 91 00 

10 Hawke'by E, 55.00; 11 Hawke'by E,19.00; 12 Hawke'by E,16 00; 12 Hawkn'by E, 2o.00 

16 Hawkesbury E, 9.00 ; 8 Kingston, 17.00 ; 14 Lancaster, 28.00 ; 12 a Lochia, 3200 
12 b Lochiel, 46.00 ; 2 Loughboro, 17.00 ; 10 Loughborc, 20.00 ; 2 W Longeuil, 17 00 



30 



PUBLIC AOCOUNTS. 



[No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



SEPARATE SCHOOLS- Con. 



4 a Longeuil, 18.00 ; 7 Longeuil, 22.00 ; 1 Maidstone, 53 00 ; 4 Maidstone, etc., 19 00 
3 a Maiden, 36.00 ; 3 b Maiden, 23.00 ; 3 Mara, 62.00 ; 3 Mattawatchan, 35.00 

3 March, 29 ; 1 Marmora Lake, 2.00 ; 3-4-5 Moore, 12.00 ; 4 Mornington, 33.00 
1 McGillivray, etc, 9.00 ; 1 McKillop, 14 00 ; 7 Nepean, 31.00 ; 15 Nepean, 78.00 
1 Nichol, 20 00 ; 5 Normanby, 23.00 ; 10 Normanby, 12.00 
1 Osgoode, 21 00 ; 2 (15) Osgoode, 9.00 ; 3 Osgoode, etc, 16.00 ; 8 Peel, 3.00 
12 Peel, 15.00 ; 5 Percy, 11.00 ; 12 Percy, etc, 4.00 ; 12 Plantaganet, etc, 23.00 
7 Plantaganet N,18.00; 8 Plantaganet N,23.00; 9 Plantag't N,23.00; 12 Plantag't N, 12.00 

4 Plantag't S, 42.00 ; 7 Plantag't S, 36.00 ; 8 Plantagn't S, 23.00 ; 7 U Plantag't etc, 15.00 



8 U Plantaganet, etc, 10.00 ; 6 Proton, 14.00 ; 4 Raleigh, 12.00 



6 Raleigh, 18.00; 10-17 Richmond, 17.00 

7 Rochester, 76.00 ; 12 Roxboro, 69 00 ; 
4 Russell, 11.00 ; 
13 Russell, 22.00 ; 
6-9 Sandwich W.26.00; 
12 Seymour, etc. 5.00 ; 
6 Sherwood, 50 00 ; 
6 Toronto Gore, 20 00 



2 Rochef>ter,etc,27.00; 
16 Roxboro, 24.00 ; 
6 Rus°ell, 90.00 ; 7 Russell, 20.00 ; 

5 Sombra, 22.00 ; 2 Stafford, 27.00 ; 

I Sandwich E, 88.00; 2 Sandwich E.19.00; 
7 Sydenham, 11.00 ; 6 Sunnidale, 4.00 ; 
2 Tiny, 108.00 ; 1 Tilbury N, 19.00 , 
; 11 Tilbury N, etc, 37 00 ; 



5 Raleigh, 24.00 
6 Rochester, 49 00 

1 Russell, etc, 7.00 

8 Russell, 33 00 

6 Stephen, 41.00 

4 Sandwich E,86.00 

5 Sheffield, 33.00 

2 Tilbury N, 28.00 
Tilbury N, 21.00 



Guelph, 262.00 
Ottawa. 3,675.00 
Toronto, 3,118 00 . 



18Tyendinaga,15.00; 20Tyendinaga,22.00; 24 Tyendinaga.19.00; 28 Tyendinaga,9.00 
30 Tyendinaga, 17.00; 7 Vespra, 6.00; 13 Waterloo, 52.00; 1 Wawanosh W, 15.00 
13 Westminster^ 00; 5 Welleslev, 14.00; 9-10 Wellesley, 35.00; 11 Wellesley, 79 00 
12 Wellesley, 6.00; 10 Williams. 22.00; 15| Wilmot, 59.00; 12 Winchester, etc, 8.00 
8 Windham,47.00; 10 Wool* ich.42 00; 1 Wolfe Island, 7 00; 2 Wolfe Island, 19.00 
4 Wolfe Island, 33.00 ; 7 Wolfe Island, 12.00 ; 4 Yonge & Escott Rear, 17.00 

lYork,32.00 

Treasurer Board R.C.S.S., City of :— 

Belleville, 284.00 ; Brantford, 225 00 ; Chatham, 171.00 

Hamilton, 983.00 ; Kingston, 471.00 ; London, 581.00 ; 

St. Catharines. 245.00; St. Thomas, 140.00; Stratford, 226.00 
Treasurer Board R.C.S.S , Town of :— 

Almonte, 110.00 ; Amherstburg, 123.00 ; Arnprior, 172.00 ; Barrie, 100.00 

Berlin, 263.00 ; Brockville, 160.00 ; Cobourg, 145.00 ; Cornwall, 445.00 

Oundas, 75.00 , Gait, 56.00 ; Goderich, 57.00 ; Hawkesbury, 213.00 

Ingersoll, 71.00 ; Lindsay, 206.00 ; Mattawa, 347.07 ; Newmarket, 41 00 

Niagara Falls, 90.00 ; North Bav, 97.00 ; Oakvill*, 20.00 ; Orillia, 113.00 

Oshawa, 59.00 ;* Owen Sound, 74.00 ; Parkhill, 35.00 ; Paris, 48.00 

Pembroke, 273.00 ; Perth, 135.00 ; Preston, 48.00 ; Peterboro, 418.00 

Picton, 38.00 ; Pt. Arthur. 93.00 ; Prescott. 158.00 ; Rat Portage, 161.00 

Sarnia, 106.00 ; Sault Ste Marie, 80.00 ; Sandwich, 56.00 
Sturgeon Falls, 63.00 ; St. Marys, 41.00 ; Thorold, 72.00 

Vankleek Hill, 131.00 ; Whitby, 28.00 ; Waterloo, 62.00 

Wallaceburg, 61.00 

, Village of : — 

Arthur, 80.00 ; Belle River, 57.00 ; CasselmaD, 93.00 

Eganville, 64.00 ; Fergus, 13.00 ; Hastings, 40.00 

L'Original, 38.00 ; Merritton, 45 00 ; Portsmouth, 33.00 

Rockland, 134.00 : Tilbury, 63.00 ; Tweed, 27.00 



Renfrew, 161.00 ; 
Sudbury, 87.00 ; 
Trenton, 151 00 ; 
Walkerton, 114.00 ; 
Treasurer Board R.C.S.S. 
Alexandra, 167.00 ; 
Elora, 21.00 ; 
Hintonburg, 139 00 ; 
Pt. Dalhousie, 26.00 



Weston, 16 00 



L. K. Cameron: paper, 1.48 



POOR SCHOOLS ($12,700.00.) 

Trustees R. C. S. S. :— 

2-5-8 Anderdon, with 6-9 Sandwich W, 40.00 ; 10 Arthur, 40.00 ; 4 Admaston, 40.00 

15 Augusta, 40.00 ; 4 Bromley, 40.00 ; 6 Bromley, 70.00 ; 7 Bromley, 90.00 

1 Brougham. 75 00 ; 6 Biddulph, 45.00 ; 2 Burgess N, 35.00 ; 4 Burgess N, 35 00 
6 Burgess N, 35.00; 1 (15) Brighton, 25.00; 10 Cumberland, 30.00; 11 Cumberland, 40.00 
10 Caledonia, 30.00 ; 12 Caledonia, 40.00 ; 13 Caledonia, 40.00 ; 4 Cambridge, 40 00 
13 Clarence, 30.00 ; 20 Clarence, 30 00 ; 19 Clarence, 30.00 ; 15 Charlottenburg, 50.00 

16 Charlottenburg, 50.00 ; 7 Crosby N, 50.00 ; 7 Ellice, 25 00 ; 2 Flamboro, 45 00 

5 Glenelg, 40.00 ; 7 Glenete, 25.00 ; 4-5-12 Gloucester, 50.00 ; 26 Gloucester, 50 00 

17 Gloucester, 50.00 ; 20 Gloucester, 40.00 ; 25 Gloucester, 40.00 ; 3 Griffith, 75.00 

2 Hullett, 40.00 ; 1 Howe Island, 70 00 ; 2 Howe Island, 60.00 ; 3 Howe Island, 90.00 

3 Holland, 25 00 ; 9 Harwich, 40.00 ; 14 Haldimand, 40.00 ; 2 Haldimand, 40 00 
12 Hawkesbury E, 30.00 ; 2 Loughboro, 30.00 ; 10 Loughboro, 30.00 ; 3-4-5 Moore, 25.00 

3 Matawatchan, 75.00; 4 Mornineton, 40.00; 1 Maidstone, 25.00; 1 Marmora&Lake, 50 00 
1 Nichol, 50.00; 1 Osgoode, 50.00; 2 Osgoode, 20.00; 8 Peel, 40.00 

6 Proton, 40.00 ; 5 Percy, 25.00 ; 12 Percy&Seymour, 45.00 ; 4 Plantagenet S, 60. CO 

4 Raleigh, 40.00 ; 6 Raleigh, 25 00 ; 4 Russell, 40.00 ; 6 Russell, 80.00 
10&17 Richmond. 50.00; 7 Sydenham. 40 00; I Sandwich E, 55.00 ; 2 Sandwich E, 25.00 

6 Sunnidale, 50.00 ; 2 Stafford. 40.00 ; 6 Toronto Gore, 40.00 ; 2 Terry, 60.00 
24 Tyendinaga, 40.00; 28 Tyendinaga, 40.00; 30 Tyendinaga, 40.00 

7 Vespra, 60.00 ; 1 Wawanosh W, 40 ; 10 Williams W. 45.00 ; 13 Westminster, 40.00 
1 Wolfe Island, 25.00; 2 Wolfe Island, 25. 00; 4 Wolfe Island, 25.00; 7 Wolfe Island, 40.00 
4 Yonge & Escott, 40.00 



19011 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



31 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



POOR SCHOOLS- Cow. 

Treasurer, County : — 

Bruce (24 schools), 400.00 ; Carleton (8 schools), 300.00 ; Dufferin (1 school), 60.00 
Elgin, 100.00 ; Essex, 50.00 ; Frontenac (29 schools), 665.00 ; Haliburton, 2,200.00 
Hastings (9 schools), 235.00 ; Lanark (30 schools), 605 00 ; Leeds (8 schools), 215.00 
Leeds &Grenville, 50.00; Lennox & Add. (19 schools), 470.00; Ontario (5 schools), 125.00 
Peterboro (23 schools), 500.00 ; Renfrew (41 schools), 1,000 00 ; Stormont, D.& G, 45.00 
Victoria (25 schools), 695.00 $7,715 00 

Trustees, P. S. : — 

16 Artemesia and Glenelg, 25.00 ; 7 Darlington, 15.00 ; 11 Luther W, 40 00 ; 

4 Wicklow, 60.00 . 130 00 

Treasurer, Twp. : — 

Bagnor, McClurefe Wicklow, 141.00; Carlow, 108 00; Dunganaon, 116.00; Elzevir. 72.00 ; 
Faraday, 135.00 ; Huntington, 25.00 ; Limerick, 28.00; Madoc, 20.00; 
Mayo. ill. 00 ; Matchedash, 25.00 ; Marmora, 20 00 ; Monteagle, 143.00 ; 
Orillia (3 schools), 75.00; Tay, 25.00 ; Tudor, 85.00 ; Wollaston, 93.00 1,225 00 

W. McMaster : Postage stamps 75 00 



DISTRICT SCHOOLS ($42,299.40). 

Algoma, Manitoulin, etc : 

Secretary -Treasurer : 2 Allan, 75.00 ; 1 Assignack, 100 00 : 2 Assignack, 100.00 

3 Assignack. 100.00 ; 6 Assignack, 100.00; 7 Assignack, 100.00; 10 Aylesworth, 75.00 

1 Balfour&Rayside,100.00; 1 Barrie Island, 100,00 ; 4 Bidwell, 100 00; 5 Bidwell, 100 00 

6 Bidwell, 100.00 ; IBillings & Allan, 75.00 ; 2Billings & Allan, 75.00 ; 1 Burpee, 100.00 

»2 Burpee, 75.00 ; 1 Carnarvon, 100.00 ; 2 Carnarvon, 100.00 ; 3 Carnarvon, 100.00 
6 Carnarvon, 100.00 ; 1 Campbell, 100 00 ; 2 Campbell&Allan, 100.00 ; 3 Campbell, 100.00 
4 Campbell, 100 00 ; 1 Cockburn 1, 100.00 ; 2 Cockburn I, 100 00 ; 
4 Gordon, 100.00 ; 5 Gordon & Allan, 100.00 ; 



4 Campbell, 100 00 
1 Gordon, 100.00 ; 
6 Hilton, 100.00 ; 
8 Howland, 75.00 ; 

3 Jocelyn, 100. 00 ; 

1 Robinson, 100.00; 

4 St. Joseph, 70.00 ; 
4 Sandfield, 100.00 



2 Howland, 100.00 

1 Ignace, 50.00; 

4 Jocelyn, 120.00 ; 

1 St. Joseph, 95.00 ; 

5 St Joseph, 95.00 



3 How and, 100.00; 

1 Jocelyn, 100.00 ; 
Keewatin, 100.00 
2 St. Joseph, 95.00 ; 

1 Sandfield, 100.00 ; 



3 Sandfield and Tehkummah, 100 00 
95.00 



1 Dawson, 100 00 
1 Hilton, 100.00 

7 Howland, 100.00 

2 Jocelyn, 100.00 

1 Mills, 100.00 
3 St. Joseph, 95.00 
2 Sandfield, 100.00 
4 Shequindah, 70.00 



3 Salter and May, 100.00 ; 1 Tehkummah. 

Algoma Mainland East and West, etc. :— 

1 Aberdeen, 100 00 ; 2 Aberdeen. 100.00 ; 3 Aberdeen, 25.00 ; 1 Aird Island, 100.00 
12Atwood&Curran,100.00; 1 A.ubery&Eton,100,00 ; 1 Aylsworth. 100.00 ; 1 Balfour, 100. 00 

2 Balfour, 100. 00 ; 1 Barwick, 100.00 ; 1 Biscotasing, 100.00 ; 1 Burriss, 100.00 

3 Bright & Aldington, 50.00 ; 1 Cartier, 100.00 ; 1 Chapleau, 100.00 ; 1 Cobden,100.00 
2 Crozier, 100.00 ; 1 Carlyle, 40.00 ; 1 Day & Gladstone, 100.00 ; 1 Denison, 100.00 
2 Day & Kirkwood, 70.00 ; 1 Devlin, 100.00 ; 2 Devlin, 100.00 ; 6 Dilke, 100.00 

2 Drury & Worthington, 100.00 ; 3 Drury & Denison, 100.00 ; 1 Dinormic, 100.00 
1 Ffinwick, 100.00 ; 2 Fen wick, 50.00 ; 1 Galbraith & Houghton, 100.00 
1 Gladstone & Bright, 100.00 ; 1 Gold Rock, 50.00 ; 2 Gillies & O'Connor, 25. 00 
1 Hallam, 100.00 ; 2 Hallam & May, 60.00 ; 1 Johnston, 130.00 : 2 Johnston, 100.00 
John Island 30.00; 1 Keewatin, 100.00 ; 1 Korab, 100.00 ; 2 Korah, 100.00 

3 Korah, 100.00 . 1 Laird, 100.00 ; 3 Laird, 100.00 ; 5 Lash, 100.00 
1 Lefroy & Plummer, 100.00 ; 2 Lefroy & Thessalon, 100.00 ; 3 Lefroy, 100 00 
1 Long, 100.00 ; 3 Lyell, 50.00 ; 1 Michipocoten, 50.00 ; 1 Morley & Dilke, 100.00 
5 May 100.00 ; 7 Morley, 100.00 ; 1 Mine Centre, 100.00 ; 1 Mclrwin 100.00 
1 McDonald, 100.00 ; 2 McDonald, 100.00 ; 1 Missanabie, 150.00 ; 1 Nairn, 100 00 
1 Nepigen. 100 00 ; 1 Oliver, 100.00 ; 2 Oliver, 100.00 ; 3 Oliver, 100.00 
1 Papoinge, 100.00 ; 1 Patton, 100.00 ; 2 Parkinson, 100 00 ; 1 Prince, 100,00 

1 Plummer Add'l, 100,00 ; 1 Plummer&Rose, 100.00 ; 1 PJummer.100.00 ; 2 Rayside, 100.00 
3 Rayside, 100.00 ; 1 Rossnort, 100.00 ; 1 Rutherford, 100.00 ; 1 Salter, 100.00 

2 Salter&May, 100.00 ; 3 Salter & Victoria, 100.00 ; 1 Savanne, 100.00 ; 1 Schreiber, 100.00 
1 Snider & Waters, 100.00 ; 1 Shenston & Tait, 70.00 

1 Tarbutt, 100 00 ; 2 Tarbutt, 100.00 ; 4 Tarantoras, 100.00 

2 Thessalon, 400.00 ; 3 Thessalon, 100.00 ; 1 Thompson, 100 00 
1 Vanhorne & Wainwright, 100.00 ; 
1 Wells, 100. 00 ; 3 Wells, 100.00 ; 

1 White River, 100.00 ; 



1 Shedden, 100.00 ; 

1 Spragge, 100 00 ; 
5 Tarantoras, 100.00 ; 

2 Thompson, 100.00 ; 
1 Wabigoon, 100.00 ; 
1 Worthington, 100.00 ; 

District West Muskoka :- 
Treasurer 



1 Victoria, 100.00 
1 Woody att, 100.00 
Wainwright, 50.00 



Twp :— Cardwell, 400 00; Humphrey, 500.00; Medora & Wood, 1,175.00; 

Monck, 600.00 ; Morrison, 500.00 ; Muskoka, 500 00 ; Stephenson, 900.00 ; Stisted, 650.00 ; 

Watt, 600 00 

District N.E. Muskoka:— 
Secretary Treasurer :— 1 Chaffev, 100.00 ; 3 Chaffey, 100.00 ; 5 Chaffey, 100.00 ; 

6 Chaffey, 100.00 : 7 Chaffey, 100.00 ; 8 Chaffey, 100.00 ; 9 Chaffey, 100.00 ; 

10 Chaffey, 100.00 ; 1 Sinclair, 100.00 ; 2 Sinclair, 100.00 

South East Muskoka :— 

Brunei, 600.00 , Draper, 900.00 ; 2 Franklin, 100.00 ; 3 Franklin 100.00 ; 4 Franklin, 100.00 ; 

5 Franklin 100.00 ; 6 Franklin, 100.00 ; McLean <fc Ridout, 500.00 ; Macaulay, 800.00 ; 

Oakley, 200.00 ; Ryde, 550.00 



5,335 00 



5,825 00 



1,000 00 



4,050 00 



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EDUCATION.— Continued. 

DISTRICT SCHOOLS-Con. 

Nipissing District :— 

Trustees R. C. S. S. :— 1 (a) Bonfield, 100.00 ; 1 (b) Bonfield, 100.00 ; 2 (b) Bonfield, 100.00 
4 (b) Bonfield, 100.00 ; 1 Chisholm & Boulter. LOO. 00 ; 2 Chisholm, 100.00 

1 Dunnett, 100 00 : 3 Ferris. 100.00 ; 4 Ferris, 100.00 ; 1 Papineau, 100.00 

2 (a) Papinf au, 100 00 ; 2 (b) Papineau, 100.00 ; 2 Springer, 100.00 ; 3 Springer, 100 00 
2 Widdifield, 100.00 $1.500 00 

Nipissing South :— 

Secretary Treasurer :— Brule Lake School, 75.00 ; 2 Lyell & Murchison, 50 00 ; 1 Peck, 75.00 200 00 

Nipissing North : — 
Secretary Treasurer:— 1 BlezardJIOO 00; 1 Bonfield. 100.00; 2 Bonfield. 100 00; 1 Burke. 100.00; 

2 Badgerow, 45.00 ; 1 Caldwell, 100.00 : 2 Caldwell; 100.00 ; 3 Caldwell, 100 00 ; 

1 Calvin, 100.00 ; 2 Calvin. 100.00 ; 3 Calvin, 100 00 ;4 Calvin. 100.00 ; 1 Cameron, 100 00 ; 

1 Chisholm, 100.00 ; 2 Chisholm, 100 00 ; 4 Chisholm, 100.00 ; 5 Chisholm, 100 00 ; 

1 Uryden. 100 00 : 1 Dunnett, 100.00 ; 3 Dunnett, 100 00 ; 4 Dunnett, 100 00 ; 

1 Dymond, 100.00 ; 1 Ferris, 100 00 ; 2 Ferris. 100.00 ; 3 Ferris. 100 00 ; 

1 Field, 60.00 : 1 Harris. 50.00 ; 1 H»rley, 100.00 ; 1 Hagan, 100 00 ; 2 Hugel, 50 00 ; 

1 Kirkpatrick, 100 . 00; 2 Kirkpatrick, 100 00; 3 Kirkpatrick. 100 00; 4 Kirkpatrick, 100.00 ; 

1 Kern?, 100 00 ; 1 Martland, 25.00 ; 1 Mattawa, 100 00; 2 Mattawa, 100 00 ; 

2 McKim 100 00; 3 McKim, 100 00 ; 4 McKim, 100.00 ; 2 Papineau, 100.00 ; 
4 Rayside, 100.00 ; 2 Springer, 100.00 ; 4 Springer, 65.00 ; 2 Widdifield, 100 00 ; 

3 Widdifield, 50.00; 5 Widdifield, 50.00 



Parry Sound West : — 

•1 Croft, 100 00 ; 2 Croft, 100.00 ; 3 Croft, 60 00 ; 1 Carlirg, 100.00; 2 Carling, 100 00 
3 Carling, 100.00 ; 4 Curling, 50.00 ; 1 Chapman, 100.00 ; 2 Chapman, 100 00 

3 Chapman, 100 00 ; 1 Christie, 100 00 ; 2 Christie 100 00 : 3 Christie, 100 00 
1 Ferguson, 100.00 ; 1 Ferrie, 10000 ; 2 Foley, 100.00 ; 3 Foley. 100.00 ; 4 Foley, 100.00 
1 Hagerman. 100.00; 2 Haererman, 100 00 ; 3 Hagerman 100.00 ; 4 Hagerman, 100 00 
1 Lount, 100.00 ; 2 Lount, 100 00 ; 1 Mowat, 100 00 ; 2 Mel >ougall, 100 00 

3 McDougall 100.00 ; 4 McDougall, 100 00 , 5 MnD >ugall, 100 00 ; 6 V[cDougall, 100 00 
1 McKellar, 100.00 ; 3^1cKellar, 100.00 ; 4 McKellar, 100 00 ; 5 McKellar, 100 00 
6 McKellar, 100.00 ; 1 McMurrich, 100 00 ; 2 McMurrich, 100 00 ; 3 Mc vfurrich. 100.00 
5 McMurrich, 100.00 ; 1 Monteith. 50.00 ; 2 Monteith, 100.00 
4 Monteith, 75.00 : 1 Mills, 100 00 1 McK*nzie, 75 00 

2 Pringle, 100 00 ; 1 Ryerson, 100.00 ; 2 Ryerson, 100.0<> 

4 Ryerson, 100 00 ; 1 Spence, 100 00 ; 2 Spence, 100 00 



4 McMurrich, 100 00 ; 
3 Monteith, 50.00; 
1 Patterson, 100.00 
3 Ryerson, 100 00; 



4 Spence, 60.00 ; 
1 Wilson, 80.00. 



5 Spence, 60.00 ; 1 Wallbridge, 100 00 



2 Wallbridge, 100.00 



Parry Sound East : — 

1 Armour, 100.00 , 3 Armour, 100 00 ; 4 Armonr, 100.00 ; 5 Armour, 50 00 
6 Armour. 100.00 ; 2 B«thune, 100 00 ; 3 Bethune, 100.00 ; 1 Gnrd, 100 00 

2 Gurd, 100.00 ; 2 Hurd and Himsworth, 100 00 ; 3 Gurd. 100.00 ; 1 Himsworth, 100.00 

3 Himsworth, 100.00 ; 5 Himsworth, 100.00 ; 6 Himsworth, 100 00 ; 8 H-ms^orth, 100 00 
9 do 100.00; 3 N do 100.00 ; 4 N do 100.00; Machar, 100.00 

1 Joly, 80.00 ; 2 Joly, 100.00 ; 1 Launer, 100 00 ; 2 Laurier, 100 00 ; 3 L*urier, 100 00 

2 Machar, 100.00 ; 3 Machar, 100 00 ; 4 Machar, 100 00 ; 5 Machar, 100 0" 
6 Machar, 100.00 ; 1 Nipissing, 100 00 ; 2 Nipissing, 100.00 ; 3 Nipissing, 100 00 

5 Nipissing, 50 00 ; 1 Perry, 100.00 ; 2 Perry, 100 00 ; 3 Perry, 100 00 ; 4 P*rry, 100 00 
♦ 5 Perry, 100.00 ; 6 Perry, 100.00 ; 7 Perry, 100.00 ; 8 Perry, 100.00 ; 9 Perry, 100 00 

1 Proudfoot, 100.00 ; 1 Strong, 100' 00 ; 2 Strong, 100.00 ; 3 Strong, 100 00; 5 Strong, 100 00 

6 Strong. 
James' Pay : — 

The Royal Trust Co. for Moose Fort School 

Dominion Express Co., charges, 1.20; W. McMaster, postage stamps, 3.20 

KINDERGARTEN SCHOOLS ($3,017.11). 

Trustees Public School, City of— 

Belleville, 11.05; Bratitford, 96.85 ; Chatham, 53.30 ; Guelpb, 33.80 ; Hamilton, 316.55 ; 

Kingston, 70 20; London, 262 60; Ottawa, 295.75 ; Stratford, 65.00; Toronto, 1,298.70. . 
Trustees P. S Board, Town of— 

Aylmer, 29.25 ; Berlin, 114 40 ; Gait, 30 55 ; Ingersoll, 29.90 ; Niagara Falls. 23 40 ; 

Owen Sound, 31.85; p eterboro, 48.75 ; Simcoe, 12 35; Toronto Jet, 42.25; Tilsonburg, 13.00 
Trustees P. S. Board. Village of— 

Ashburnhara, 23.40 ; Campbellford, 16.25 ; Hespeler, 34.45 ; Preston, 29 90. . . 

Educational Pub Co : advertising, 10 00 ; W. McMaster : postage stamps, 5 f 

L. K. Cameron : paper, 3 20 ; Warwick, Bros & Rutter : printing forms, 15 41 



5.560 



NIGHT SCHOOLS ($202.80). 

Secretary P. S. Board of Trustees — 

Brantford, 11.00 ; St. Catharines, 7.00 ; Toronto, 142.00 ; Windsor, 16 00 

Edu. Pub. Co! Advtg, 20.00; College Topics, advtg, 5.00; W. McMaster, postage stamps, 1.80 



4,780 



150 

4 



2,503 



375 

104 
15 
18 



176 
26 



hu 



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33 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



CONTINUATION CLASSES. ($18,548.72.) 

Treasurer County of :— 

Brant, 275.00 ; Bruce, 640 00 ; Carleton, 210.00 ; Duff erin, 365.00 : Essex, 415,00 
Elgin, 670.00 ; Frontenac, 55.00 ; Grey, 605.00 ; Halton, 290.00 ; Haldimand, 155.00 
Huron, 1,000 00 ; Hastings, 220.00 ; Kent, 1,290.00 ; Leeds and Grenville, 280.00 
Lanark, 180.00 ; Lennox and Addington, 130.00 ; Lincoln, 15.00 ; Lambton, 445.00 
Middlesex, 360.00 ; Northumberland and Durham, 300.00 ; Norfolk, 160.00; Ontario, 530.00 
Oxford, 415.00; Prescott and Russell, 50.00 ; Prince Edward, 245.00 ; Peterboro, 100.00 
Peel, 200 00; Perth, 110.00; Renfrew, 200.00; Stormont, D. & G. 645.00; Simcoe, 1,630.00 
Victoria, 190.00; Welland, 285.00; Waterloo, 105.00; Wel'gton, 635.00; Wentworth, 225.00 
York, 325. 00 

Board Public School Trustees : — 

Bracebridge, 200.00 ; Bruce Mines, 100.00 
Chapleau, 30.00 ; Fort Francis, 30.00 ; 



8 flimsworth, 30.00 ; 
Little Current, 50 00; 
Rat Portage, 700.00; 
1 Stephenson, 30.00 ; 
Board R. C. S. S. Trustees 
Amherstburg, 100.00 ; 



Burks Falls, 400.00 ; Chapman, 30.00 
Gore Bay, 400.00 ; 4 Hims worth, 50.00 



1 Humphrey, 30.00 ; Huntsville, 50.00 ; Keewatin, 50.00 
Mattawa, 30.00; North Bay, 700.00; Parry Sound, 400.00 

Sault Ste. Marie, 700.00; 1 Spence, 30.00; Sundridge, 30.00 
Sturgeon Falls, 30.00 ; Thessalon, 30.00 



4 Crosby N, 50.00 ; Eganville, 100.00 ; Mattawa, 50.00 ; 

3 Mara, 25.00; 5 Raleigh, 15. 00 ; 1 Sandwich E, 15.00 

L. K. Cameron, paper, 6.45; Educ'n Pub. Co., advtg, 20 00; W. McMaster, P. stps, 140 00; 
Warwick Bros. & Rutter, printing forms, 18.93; E. R. Woodley, services copying, 28.34 ; 



$13,850 00 



4,130 00 



355 00 

166 45 

47 27 



COUNTY MODEL SCHOOLS, ($9,760.54.) 



Public School Board Trustees : — 

Athens, 150.00 ; Barrie, 150.00 ; Beamsville, 150.00 ; Berlin, 150.00 
Kracebridge. 150.00 ; Bradford, 150 00; Brampton, 150.00 ; Caledonia, 150.00 
Chatham, 150.00 ; Clinton. 150.00 ; Cornwall, 150.00 ; Durham, 150.00; Elora, 15C.00 
Forest, 150.00 ; Gait, 150.00 ; Gananoque, 150.00 ; Goderich, 150 00 ; Hamilton, 150.00 
Ingersoll, 150 00; Kincardine, 150,00; Kingston, 150 00; Lindsay, 150.00; London, 150.00 
Madoc, 150.00 ; Meaford, 150 00 ; Milton, 150.00 ; Mitchell, 150.00 ; Mt. Forest, 150.00 
Minden, 150.00; Morrisburg, 150.00; Napanee, 150.00; Newm'kt, 150 00; Norwood, 150.00 
Orangeville, 150.00; Owen Sound 150.00; Parry Sound, 150.00; Perth, 150.00; Picton, 150.00 
Port Hope, 150.00; Port Perry, 150.00; Prescott, 150.00; Renfrew, 150.00; Richmond, 150 00 
St. Thomas, 150.00 ; Sarnia, 150.00 ; Simcoe, 150.00 ; Stratford, 150 00 ; Strathroy, 150.00 
Toronto, 150.00 ; Toronto Junction, 150.00 ; Vankleek Hill, 150.00 ; Walkerton, 150.00 
Whitby, 150.00 ; Windsor, 150 00 ; Woodstock, 150.00 
French English Model School, 6 Plantagenet N, 150.00; Bracebridge, special grant, 150.00 
Parry Sound, special grant, 150.00 

Books for Teachers in Training :— W. Briggs, 243 13 ; Howell Book Co., 122.80 

G. N Morang& Co., 252.70 ; Publishers Syndicate, 141.15 ; W. Tyrrell & Co., 167.07... 

L. K. Cameron, paper, 1.25 ; L. K. Cameron, stationery, 16.04; Can. Exp. Co., chgs, 12.25. . 

Dom. Exp. Co., charges, 9.90 : Educ'c Pub. Co., advtg, 20.00; Varsity, advtg, 5.00 

College Topics, advtg, 5.00 ; W. McMaster, stamps, 40.00 ; Warwick B. & R, ptg, 24.25 ... 



8,700 00 

926 85 
29 54 
34 90 
69 25 



TEACHERS' ASSOCIATIONS AND DISTRICT TRAINING SCHOOLS (82,816.90). 



Association : — 

Algoma, W, 25.00 ; 
Carleton, 25.00 ; 
Elgin, 25.00 ; 
Glengarry, 25.00 ; 
Grenville, 25.00; 
Haldimand, 25.00; 
Kent, E, 25.00 ; 



Bruce, E, 25.00 ; 
Dundas, 25.00; 
Essex, N, 25 06 ; 
Grey, E, 25.00; 
Halton, 25. 00; 
Hastings, N, 25.00; 
Kent. W, 25.00; 
Lambton, E, 25.00 ; Leeds, E, 25.00 ; 

Lincoln, 25 00 ; Manitoulin, 25.00 ; 



Bruce, W, 25.00 

Dufferin, 25 00 

Essex, S, 25 00 

Grey, S, 25 00 

Huron, N, 25.00 

Hastings, S, 25.00 

Lanark, 25.00 

Leeds, W, 25 00 

Middlesex, E, 25.00 



Treasurer Teachers' 
Algoma, E, 25.00 ; 
Brant, 25 00 ; 
Durham, 25 00 ; 
Frontenac, 25.00 ; 
Grey, W, 25 00 ; 
Huron, W, 25 00 ; 
Haliburton, 25 00 ; 
Lambton, W, 25.00; 
Lennox & A, 25.00; 

Middlesex, W, 25.00; Muskoka, 25.00; Nipissing, 25.00 ; Northumberland, 25 . 00 
Norfolk, 25.00; Ontario, N, 25.00 ; Ontario, S, 25.00 ; Oxford, 25.00 
Parry Soun j, E, 25 . 00 ; Parry Sound, W, 25 . 00 ; Peterboro, 25 . 00 ; Perth, 25 00 
Peel , 25 . 00 ; Prescott & R, 50 . 00 ; Prince Edward, 25 . 00 ; Rainy River, 25 00 
Renfrew, 25 00 ; Stormont, 25.00 ; Simcoe, N, 25.00 ; Simcoe, S&W, 25.00 
Simcoe, East, 25 00 ; Victoria, E, 25.00 ; Victoria, W, 25.00; Waterloo, 25.00 
Wentworth, 25 . 00 ; Wellington, N, 25 . 00 ; Wellington, S, 25.00 ; Welland , 25 . 00 
York, N, 25.00; York, S, 25.00 

City of:— 

Guelph, 25.00 ; Hamilton, 25.00; Kingston, 25.00; London, 25 00 
Ottawa, 50.00; St. Thomas, 25.00 : St. Catherines, 25.00; Toronto, 25.00 
Windsor and Walker ville, 25.00 ; Ontario Teachers' Association, 600.00 

Travelling expenses attending Dominion Teachers' Association :— 

J. Henderson, 19.90; John Millar, 23.60; W. Pakenham, 19.00 

3 P.A. 



1,675 00 

850 00 
62 50 



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EDUCATION.— Continued. 
TEACHERS' ASSOCIATIONS AND DISTRICT TRAINING SCHOOLS -Con. 



W. Houston, travelling expenses re W. Algoma Teachers' Institute 

J . Squair, do Haldimand do 

Hon. R. Harcourt, do 

Dominion Educational Assoc'n, 500 copies Educational Demand of Democracy 

Can. Home Journal, advertising, 4 00; Educational Pub. Co, advertising, 10.00. 
W . McMaster, postage stamps . 



$52 00 

3 70* 

34 95 

9 75 

14 00 

115 00 



FRENCH-ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOLS. ($800.00). 
Trustees No . 6, Plantaganet N, grant 



800 00- 



INSPECTION OF NORMAL, MODEL, PUBLIC AND SEPARATE SCHOOLS ($58,088.58). 



J. F. White Twelve months' salary as Inspector Separate Schools 

do Balance salary, 1900 

do Travelling expenses 

Wm. Prendergast Twelve months' salary as Inspector Separate Schools 

do Travelling expenses 

Michael O'Brien Twelve months salary as Inspector Separate Schools 

do Travelling expanses 

Geo. Grant Twelve months' salary as Inspector Public Schools in Nipissing, etc . 

do Travelling expenses 

D. McCaig Twelve months' salary as Inspector Public Schools in Algoma 

do Travelling expenses 

J. J. Tilley Twelve months' salary as Inspector Model Schools 

do Travelling expenses 

do do balance 1900 

T. Rochon Twelve months' salary as Inspector Bi-Lingual Schools 

do Travelling expenses 

W. Houston Twelve months' salary as Inspector Schools in Manitoulin, etc 

County Inspectors : — 
W. Atkin. 711.25 ; J. H. Ball, 585 00; C. A. Barnes, 600 00 ; Jno. Brebner, 302.50 
A. Brown, 528 . 75 ; J. C. Brown, 577.50; F. Barrows, 686.25; W. Carlyle, 880.00 
A.Campbell, 628 75; N. W. Campbell, 640.00; W.S.Clendenning, 617 50; D.Chenay, 268.75 
1). Clapp, 545.00 ; W. H. G.Colles, 455.00 ; R. H. Cowley, 681.25 ; T. A. Craig, 430.00 
J. J. Craig, 427.50; A. B. Davidson, 51750 ; Isaac Day, 1,035.00; J, 8. Deacon, 448.75 
A. Embury, 496.25 ; D. Fotheringham, 598.75 ; A. Grier, 320 00 ; Thos. Gordon, 592.50 
N. Gordon, 586 25 ; W. W. Ireland, 436.25 ; Wm. I win, 686.25 ; Jno. Johnston, 535.00 
Wm Johnston,£00.00; H.D. .Johnson, 550.00; R.Kinney, M.D., 455.00; J.H.Knight,357.50 
M.J.Kelly,M.D.,402.50; J.McBrien,420 00; D.McDiarmid, 425.00; A.McNaughton,500.00 
Thos. McKee, 635.00 ; D.A.Maxwell, 558.75 ; Wm. Macintosh, 596 25; C. Mose B ,510.00 
J. C. Morgan, 663.75; F. L. Michell, 923.75 ; D. D. Moshier, 305.00; A. Odell, 700.00 
R. Park, 497.50 ; Thos Pearce, 942.50 ; S. Phillips, 1,211.25; G. D. Piatt, 45875 
Hy. Reazin, 995.00 ; D. Robb, 625.00 ; R. G. Scott, B.A., 921.25 ; J. H. Smith, 540.00 
W. .1. Summerby, 611.25 ; Wm. Spankie, M.D,, 761. 25 ; P. J. Thompson, 572.50 

W. E. Tilley, 715.00 ; J. E. Tom, 665.00 ; J. Waugh, 440.00 ; J. J. Wadsworth, 650.00. . . 

Treasurer, Board Public School Trustees City of :— 
Belleville, 115. 00; Brantford, 240.00 ; Chatham, 135.00 ; 
Hamilton, 815.00; Kingston, 260 ; London, 625.00 ; 
St. Catharines, 125; St. Thomas, 197.50; Stratford, 140.00 
Toronto, balance 1900, 810.00 ; Windsor, 215.00 

Treasurer, Board of Public School Trustees, Town of : — 

Brnckville, 120 00 ; Niagara Falls. 50 00; North Toronto, 35.00 ; Peterboro, 160.00 ; 
Prescott, 35.00 ; St. Mary's, 45.00 ; Toronto Junction, 120.00 ; Trenton, 40 00 ; 

Walkerville, 25.00 . . 

W. S. C'endenning: Special allowance inspecting in Indian Peninsula 

Wm. Houston : Special allowance inspecting at north end Lake Temiscamingue 

Geo. Grant : Special inspection and report North Bay Training School 

D. McCaig: Report on Training Schools, Rat Portage and Sault Ste. Marie 

W. Macintosh . Allowance inspecting in back townships 

S. Phillips: Inspection and report Burks Falls Training School 

Rev. Dr. Teef y Special services re Separate Schools 

E R. Woodley: Services copying, 28.33 ; E. Doran: Services copying, 9.90 

University of Toronto : Historical publications 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter: Printing & binding, 210.52 ; Copp, Clark Co' Letter book, 2.25 
L. K. Cameron: Paper, 27.02; stationery, 166.53; Wm. McMaster: Post, stamps, 175.00 

Dom. Exp. Co: Charges, 6.20 ; Can. Exp. Co: Charges, 8.11 

Rapid Del. Co : Cartage, 3.20 ; Toronto Railway Co : Car tickets, 6.00 

F. N. Nudel : Car tickets, 1.00 ; Educational Pub. Co : Advertising, 20 00 

Can. Home Journal '. Advertising, 4.00 ; Varsity '. Advertising, 5.00 . 



Guelph, 162.50 

Ottawa, 465.00 

Toronto, 2,000.00 



2,000 00 
75 00 

300 00 
1,700 0G 

489 40 
1,700 00 

536 55 
1,500 00 

300 00 
1,500 00 

369 15 
1,850 00 

200 00 

238 97 
1,500 00 

245 20 

720 00 



34,916 25 



6,305 00 



630 00 
25 00 

' 60 00 
10 00 

20 00 
75 00 
10 00 

100 00 

38 23 

40 00 

212 77 

368 55 

14 31 

9 2( 

21 00 
9 00 



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35 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
DEPARTMENTAL EXAMINATIONS ($34,605.04). 
W. Pakenham Twelve months' salary as Registrar 



Bruce Leadbetter Ten do 

Geo. A. Rose Two do 

F.F.Evans Twelve do 

W. W. Jeffers Eight do 

S. A. May Twelve do 

E. H. Brown do 

F. N. Nudel do 

Sundry persons ' Services as examiner : 



Printer. 

do 

Assistant Printer 

Clerk 

do 

Stenographer 

Secretary Board of Examiners. 



E. Ackerman, 81.37 ; 
G. A. Andrus, 73.50 ; 
M. E. T. Addison, 76.12; 
W. Bryce, 81.38 ; 
A. W. Baines, 84.00 ; 
A. Barber, 75.69 ; 
E. Brunnell, 73.50 ; 
A. Burke, 76.13 ; 

C. V. Bennett, 84.00; 
J. D. Campbell, 86.19 ; 
Janet Carter, 78.75; 
H. Charles, 71.75; 

A. M. Currie, 139.19; 
J. S. Carstairs, 70.00; 
Jas. Campbell, 76.12; 
£ora Cleary, 81.37 ; 
Jean Davidson, 76.12 ; 
J. W. Donnell, 19.66; 
J. J. Evans, 86.19; 
E. S. Fitzgerald, 84 00 ; 
J. M. Field, 71.75 ; 
M. H. A. Fife, 70.00; 
H. W. Gundy, 66.50; 
W. J. Galbraith. 76 13; 
R. M. Graham, 81.37; 
Rev. Geo. Grant, 161.37; 
E. S. Howard, 78.75 ; 
J. L. Hogg, 84.88; 

E. W. Hinde, 75.69; 
W. J. Hamilton. 86.18; 
G. M. Jones, 84.00; 

F. E. Kirk wood, 81. 38; 
E. E. Kilmer, 66.94; 
W. A. Kirkwood, 8100 ; 
T. E. Lanerford, 73.28 ; 
J. Little, 76.12 ; 

M. Libby, 78 75; 

T. McColl, 78.75 ; 

H. F. McDiarmid, 86.19 ; 

A. Mcintosh, 75. 69; 

W. A. McKim, 81.38; 

J . Morgan, 71 . 75 ; 

J. D. Morrow, 78.75; 

G. W. Mitchell. 68.25 ; 
A. Mowat, 79 63; 

A. E McLean, 70 00 ; 
J. Miller, 73.50; 
Robt. Meade, 86 19 ; 
A. M. Overholt. 90.13; 
A. Pattee, 78.75; 
S. V. Pottinger, 76.13; 
R. Ross, 81.37; 
W. E. Rand, 70.87; 
P. J. Robinson. 73.50; 
Jno Rice, 73.50; 
W. K. T. Smellie, 82.25; 
S. J. Stubbs, 23.62; 
Jno. Shaw, 75 69; 
R. S. Simpson, 70 00; 
M. A. Sorsoliel, 76 13; 
P. M. Thompson, 91.88; 
J. F. Thompson, 70.00; 
J. A. Taylor, 80.94; 
Hy J. Talbot, 75.47; 
J. F. Van Every, 73.50; 
G. E. Will, 84.00; 
W. G. Wright, 73 06; 
R. O. White, 87 69: 
W. Ward, 86 19 ; 

D. Young, 75.69 ; 



B. Aitcheson, 81 37 ; 
Mary Annis, 76.13 ; 

G. R. Anderson, 84.88 ; 
Lydia Barr, 81.37 ; 
Jno. Burchill, 75 69 ; 
T. J. Bragg, 68.25; 
Wm. M. Bradley, 12.00 ; 
L. Brown, 70.00 ; 
S.J. A. Boyd, 81.37; 
H. Conn, 82.25 ; 
G. A. Carefoot, 83.12; 
J. H. Cameron, 86.18; 
N. R Carmichael, 79.63 ; 
L. Caesar, 84.00; 
J. J. Craig, 78.75; 
H. J. Dawson, 57 75 ; 
A. A. Oundas, 84.00; 
G. K. Dingle, 78.75; 
W. A. Evans, 7f 12; 
J. H. Forham, 80 72 ; 

F. H. Frost, 91.88; 
Jessie Foster, 81.37; 
A. D. Griffin, 70.87: 
E. Giles, 76 13 : 

Wm. Gallagher, 21.00; 

C. C. Grant, 52 00 ; 
L. E. Horniner, 73.50; 
A. W. Hendrick, 76.13; 
W. B. Harvev, 75.69; 
A. R. Innes, 73.50; 

E. Jones, 76.12; 

L. R.Keogb, 86 19; 
R. Kinney. 74.81; 
W. L. Kidd 86.19 ; 
A. F. Laven, 76.13 ; 
J. T. Luton, 84 00 ; 
J. L. Leary, 75,69 ; 
J. S. McEwan, 63.< ; 
A. C. McPhail. 84.87; 

D. McKay, 81.38: 
Jessie McRae, 80.94 ; 
J. J Morgan, 81.81 ; 

C. M. Macarthur, 75 69 ; 

D. D. Moshier, 81.37; 
A. N. Myer, 91.00; 

G. J. Menge, 84 00 ; 
G. A. Miller, 76.] 3; 

F. Neeland*, 70.00; 
Lizzie O'Brien. 74 81 ; 
Edith Parlee, 75 25 ; 

J. R. H. Panton, 76.12; 
C. Rose, 75.69; 

G. W. RudJen, 91.87; 
A. Riddell, 76 13; 

J. A. Rundle, 86.19; 
A. Steele, 78.75; 
*\ H. Scott, 66 94; 
N. Spence, 70.00 ; 
L. E. Staples, 76.13; 
F. A. Stuart, 83.13; 
M.J. Thompson, 78.75 ; 
L. H. Tasker, 60 37; 
R. B. Thompson, 83.12; 
L. W. Taylor, 86.19; 
T. Woost^r, 82.25; 

E. R. Witheril, 83 12; 
Wm. Wilson, 86.19. 
J. F. White, 80 06 ; 
Wm. Wilkinson. 76.13; 
Hy. Ward, 76.12 



Amy A. Armour, 76.12 ; 

A. E. Attwood, 86.18 ; 
L. Allin, 76 12; 

J. C. Brown, 76.12 ; 
C. P. Bishop. 81.37 i 

C. M. Bridaman, 74.81 ; 
R. Boyes, 91.87 ; 

J. R. Buhner, 86.19; 
W. H. Brown, 76 13 ; 

D. A. Campbell, 82.25; 
W. R. Carr, 83.13; 

B. Cohoe, 66.94; 

A. E. Caverhill, 73.50; 
W. W. Charter.-, 75.47; 
W. F. Chapman, 78 75 ; 
T. C Doidge, 84 88 ; 
W. J. Dobbie, 65.63; 
M. Davidson, 81.38 ; 

C. H. Edwards, 81 . 38 ; 
H. T. Foik, 78.75; 
W. K. Foucar, 70.00; 

R. A. Farquharson, 84.00 
L. A. Green, 44.00 ; 
Ella Gardiner, 76.12 ; 
H. Gray, 76.13; 

E. A. Hardy, 8l.38; 

A. Hay, 91.88; 

L. K. Wanahoe, 10.66; 
M. A. Higginson, 81 37 ; 
R.O. Jolliffe, 68.25; 
J. Keillor, 81.37; 
M. J. Kellv, 76.13; 
W. W Knight, 76.56; 

B. Kirkman. 76.13; 
G. Lawlor, 71.75 ; 

R. H. Leighton, 76.12; 
S. C. Lee. 83.13; 
R. D. McMurchy, 70.00 
J. B. McDougali, 96.68 
E. McManus, 81.37; 
J. Morgan, 91 88 ; 
T. Murray, 70 88 ; 
A. E. Martv, 73.50 ; 
N. M. A. Miller, 70.00; 
S. E. Marty, 76. 12; 
M. A. Moir, 86.18; 
Jas. Nugent, 73.50: 
J. F. Power, 81 37 ; 
G T). Piatt. 73.50; 
E. R Peacock, 47 25 ; 
G. F. Rogers, 91.87 ; 
W.J. Robertson, 70.00 ; 
M. R. Reid, 79 40 ; 
H. C Simpson. 82.25; 
Kate Skinner. 78.75: 
H. R. Scovell, 91.00; 
J. Suddaby, 70 43; 
R. Stoddart, 84 00 ; 
A. Stewart, 9.00; 
W. B. H. Teakles, 68.25 
H. B. Tap?cott, 76.12; 
Robt. Thompson, 75 25 ; 
Jno. Urquhart, 40.00; 
Robt. Whyte, 84.87; 
Alice Wilson, 81.38; 
Jno. Waueh, 63 88 ; 
Ed. Ward, 74.81; 
W. D Young. 82 25 ; 



1,750 00 
583 33 
158 00 
650 00 
600 00 
800 00 
500 00 
400 00 



15.937 28 



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[No 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



DEPARTMENTAL EXAMINATIONS— Con. 



Sundry persons travelling expenses as Examiner! 



B. Ackerman, 8.8 ' ; 
G. A. Ardrua, 5. 70 ; 
M. E. T. Addison, 4.45 ; 
J. C. Brown, 4.35 ; 
C. P. Bishop. 13.10; 
C. M. Briderman, 4.00 ; 
R. Boyes, 6.75 ; 

C. J. Bennett, 3.55 ; 
J. D. Campbell, 8 25 ; 
Janet Carter, 4 20 ; 
A. M. Currie, 21 85 ; 
L. Caesar, 3.50 ; 

J. J. Cr^ig, 4.20 ; 
T. C. Doidge, 5.85 ; 
W. J D< bbie 2 50 ; 
M. Davidson, 2 50 ; 
E. S. Fitz?-rald. 14.10 ; 
J. M. Field. 7.25 ; 
M. H. A. Fife, 4.60 ; 
A. D. Griffin, 4.85 ; 
E. Giles, 12 50 ; 
Wm. Gallaghar, 5 02 ; 
E A. Hardy, 3.45 ; 
J. L Hogg, 5.75 ; 
W. B. Harvey. 9.70 ; 
A. R. Innes, 7.50 ; 

E. Jones, 4 35 ; 

L R. Keogh, 14.35 ; 
R. Kinnev, 11.60 ; 
W. L Kidd, 1.35 ; 
A. F. Laven, 4 95 ; 
R. H. Leighton, .55 ; 
J. McGool, 5 70 ; 
H. F. McDiarmid, 4.95 ; 

D. McKay, 15 00 ; 
Jessie McRap, 7.25 , 

C. M. Mc Arthur, 3.15 ; 

D. D. Moshier, 8.60 ; 
A. N Myer, 3.00; 
S. E. Marty, 5 60 ; 
Robb. Meade, 12.50 ; 
Lizzie O'Brien 16.00; 
Ed-th Pardee, 7.25; 

J. R. H. Panton. 2.55; 
G. F. Rogers, 7 40 ; 
W. J. Robertson, 4.10; 
J. A. Rundlp, 8.55 ; 
Kate Skinner, 3.50 ; 
Jno. Shaw, 6.70 ; 
L. E. Staples, 9.20 : 

F. A. Stuart, 6 75 ; 

M. J. Thompson. 11.85 ; 
L. H Tasker, 12.25; 
Hy J. Talbot, 3 00 ; 
J. F. Van Every, 8.00 ; 

E. R. Witheril, 16.35; 
John Waugh, 2.10 ; 
Wm Ward, 9 60; 

Clerical assistance : — 

W. G. Anderson, 77 00 ; 

S. P. Biggs, 7700 ; 

A. R. Cochrane, 63.00 ; 

D. Dunn, 10.00 ; 

R. Gilpin. 10.00 ; 

J. W. Hobson, 92 00 ; 

J. A. Martin, 100 00 ; 

J. R. Parry, 61.00 ; 

J. T. Richardson, 61.00 ; 

T. Williamson, 10 00 ... . 
Travelling expenses : — 

W. G. Anderson, 7.80: 

R. E. DeLury, 4.30: 

J. A. Martin. 9.70: 

J. Phillips, 5.70: 

G. D. Robertson, 5.40 . . 



B. Aitcheson, 3 00 ; 
Mary Annis, 2 10 ; 
L. Allin. 8.20; 
A. W. BaineH, 8.50 ; 
A. Barber. 1. 10 ; 

E. Brunnell, 4 25 ; 
A Burke, 6.40 ; 

S. J. A. Boyd, 8.00 ; 
H. Conn, 6,80 . ' 
G. A. Carefoot, 5.75 ; 
N. R. Carmichael, 9 00 ; 
W. W. Charters, 2 00 ; 
Nora Clearv, 11.00; 
Jean Davidson. 13 50 ; 
J. W. Donnell, 5 40 ; 
W. A Evans, 4.85 ; 
J. H. Forham, 1.75 ; 

F. H. Fro«t, 2 80 ; 
Jessie Foster, 3 95 ; 
L A. Green. 11 95 ; 
Ella Gardiner, 7 25 ; 
Rev. G^o. Grant, 7 70 ; 
E. S. Howard, 1.90 ; 
A. W. Hendrick, 7 50 ; 
M. A. Higeinson, 17. 65 ; 
R. O. J.,bffe, 6 70 ; 

J. Keillor, 9.50 ; 
M. J. Kelly. 4.75 ; 
W. W. Knight, 6 25 ; 
B Kirkmann, 3 45 ; 
J Little, 4.25 ; 
M. Libbv, 7.50 ; 
J. S. McEwen, 13.10; 
A. O. VTcPhail, 11 85 ; 
E. McManus, 4.30 ; 
J Morgan, 22.65 ; 
T. Murray, 6 70 ; 
A. E. Martv, 7.00 : 
N. M. A. Miller, 2.10 ; 

G. A Miller, 10.25 ; 
Jas. Nngent, 13 85 ; 
J. F. Power, 4.25 ; 
G. O. Plant, 7.50 ; 
R. Ross. 13.60 ; 

W. E. Rand, 7 00 ; 
M. R Reid, 7.50 ; 
W K. T. SmelliP, 720; 
S. J. Srubbs, 11 25 ; 
J Suddaby, 3 25 ; 
R. Stoddart, 4 95 ; 
A. Stewart. 1.28; 
W. B. H. Teakl~,4.85; 
J. A. Taylor, 8.00 ; 
L. W. Taylor, 4 50 ; 
Robert Whyte, 7.70; 
W. G. Wright, 18.15; 
R O. White, 17 45 ; 
Wm. Wilkinson, 4.05 ; 

J. M Anderson, 84 00 ; 
F L. Barber, 78.00; 
R. E. DeLury, 81 00 ; 
M. H. Embree, 99 00 ; 
L. J. Haves, 78.00; 
R. W. MoTntvre. 57.00 ; 
T. M-nnell, 10 00; 
J. Phillips, 79 00; 
G. D. Robertson, 66.00 ; 



Amy A. Armour, 12.65 ; 
A. E. Attwood, 13.50; 
Lydia Barr. 2.50 ; 
Jno Burchill. 5.05 ; 
T. J. Bragg, 2.95 ; 
Wm. M. Bradley, 1.56 ; 
L. Brown, 5.60 ; 
H. W. Brown, 8 20 ; 
D. A. Campbell, 15.70 ; 
J. H. Cameron, 6.35 ; 
A. E. Caverhill, 3.60 ; 
Jas. Camobell, 7.50 ; 
H. J. Daws on, 9 50 ; 
A. A. Dundas, 6.85 ; 
G. K. Dingle, 6 85 ; 
C. H. Edwards. 9.50 ; 
H. T. Foik, 5.75 ; 
W. K. Foucar, 3.70 ; 
R. A. Farquharson, .90 ; 
W. J. Galbraith, 2.10 ; 
R. M. Graham, 6. 20-; 
C. C. Grant, 5.70 ; 
A. Hay, 3 85 ; 
L. K. Hanahoe, .65 ; 
W. J Hamilton, 7 10 ; 
G. M Jones, 3 45 ; 
F. E. Kirkwood, 5 75 ; 

F. E. Kilmer, 6.10 ; 
W. A. Kirkwood. 4.60 ; 
T. E. Langford, 2.50 ; 
J. T. Luton, 6 25 ; 

S C Lee, 3.30 ; 
R. D. McMurchv, 6.50 ; 
J. B. McDougall, 17.55 ; 
W. A. McKim, 9.95 ; 
J. D. Morrow. 5.20 ; 

G. W Mitchell, 4 45 ; 
A. Mowat, 6.00 : 

A. E. McLean, 16 00; 
M. A. Moir, 3 75 ; 
A. M. Overholt. 4.35 ; 
Ada Pattee, 6.70 ; 
S. V. Pottinerer, 9.70 ; 

C. Rose, 13.60 ; 

G. W Rudlen, 12.50 ; 
Jas. Rice, 1 50 ; 
A. Steele, 3.00 ; 
H. R. Scovell, 5 35 ; 
R. S. Simpson, 6.00 ; 
M. A. Sorsoleil, 4 45 ; 
P. M. Thompson, 2.05 , 
J. F. Thompson, 5.05 ; 
Robert Thompson. 13.10 ; 
John Urquhart, 2.75 ; 
G E. Will, 4.40 ; 
Wm. Wilson, 20c ; 
Ed Ward, 4.75 ; 

D, Young, 2.70 



G. A. Arthurs, 59.00 ; 
J. H. Beer, 206.50 ; 
E. N. Dickenson, 7.00 ; 
J. J. Gibson, 6.50 ; 
G. E. Hodgson, 77.00; 
H. G. Martin, 140.00 ; 
E. H. Oliver, 104.00; 
T. W. Rudiell, 57.00; 
H. S. Wilkinson, 146.00 ; 



$ 1,202 61 



F. L. Barber, 6.40: 
J. W. Hobson, 7.80: 
E. H. Oliver. 13.60' 
T. W. Ruddell, 2.00: 



J. H. Beer, 6.80: 

H. G, Martin, 3.65! 

J. R. Parry, 5 70 

J. T. Richardson, 13.40: 



1,996 <X 



92 2 






1901] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



37 



EDUCATION —Continued. 
DEPARTMENTAL EXAMINATIONS— Con. 



Sundry persons, services reading Appeals :— 

W. J. Alexander, 47.57: W. H. Ballard, 12 56: 

J. H. Cameron, 28.00 A. Carruthers, 28 43 : 

W. L. Goodwin, 42.00: G. W. Johnston, 65 40: 

A. C. McKay, 38,71 : J. McGillivray, 7.83 

A. B. Nicholson, 3.00: A. Odell, 38.09: 

G. M. Wrong, 41.83: A. H. Young, 28.83 . . . 

Services reading papers and revising results ; 



R. H. Bensley, 5.00: 
P. Edgar, 57.18 
A. L. Langford, 28.80: 
F. W. Merchant, 36.50: 
W. Prendergast, 22 63: 



R. R. Bensley, 19.00: 
A. Carruthers, 17.00: 
W. L. Goodwin. 41.00: 
J. McGillivray, 53.00: 
A. B. Nicholson, 25.50: 
G.M. Wrong, 48.00: 



W. H. Ballard, 5 70: 
G. W Johnston, 5.15: 
A.C. McKay, 30.70: 



H. Cowley. 16 70: 

A.Jordan: 39 70: 

E. Staples: 16.40: 



W. J. Alexander, 76.50: 
J. H. Cameron, 114.50: 
P. Edgar, 129 50: 
A.L. Langford, 41.50: 
F. W. Merchant, 52.00: 
W. Prendergast, 35.00: 

Travelling expenses : — 

W. J. Alexander, 5.10: 
P. Edgar, 25.25: 
J. McGillivray, 20.75: 
A. Odell, 5.05 

Services re N. S. Practical Examinations : — 

A. Brown: 20 00: N. W. Campbell: 20.00: 

J. H. Carson: 15.00: W. J. Carson. 15 00 

A. B. Davidson- 30.00: J. S. Deacon: 15.00: 

W. Johnston: 25.00' J. H. Knight • 40 00: 

D. McDiarmid, 20.00: T. McKee, 20 00 

J. EI Smith, 15 00: W. J. Summerby, 20.00 

Travelling expenses re N. S. Practical Examinations : — 

A. Brown: 8.50: N. W. Campbell' 7.75: 

A. B. Davidson: 14 60: J. S. Deacon: 7.90: 

W. Johnston: 12.25: J. H. Knight: 14.25: 

D. McDiarmid: 7.95: T. McKee: 10 00: 

J. H. Smith: 10 85: W. J. Summerby: 7.05 

Services re Normal School Examinations:— 

O. A. Barnes: 40.40: R. H. Cowley: 81.30: 

Isaac Day: 40.40- W E. Groves • 81.30: 

D. A. Maxwell: 81.30: J. Suddaby: 40 90: 
J. R.Stuart: 40.90 

Travelling expenses : — 
C. A. Barnes 7.90 
Isaac Day : 5 75 ' 
J. Suddaby: 6.24: 
Bracebridge Model School Examinations 
Isaac Day: Services reading papers, 20.00: 
H. Reazin Ser. presiding, 12 00: 

do Travelling expenses, 7.20: 

Thomas & B<oth : Stationery, 1 2 25 

Parry Sound Model School Examinations : — 
A. M. Currie: Ser presiding, 12.00: 
Rev. Geo. Grant: Reading paper?, 19.34 
County Model School Examinations : — 
Services setting papers : — 

E. D. Parlow: 20 00 M. T. Scott: 
Normal College Examinations :— 

A. Andrews: Services as Assistant, 7.50" G. W. 

W. H. Ballard: Services presiding, 35.30: M. 

J.'H. Smith: do 32.00: 

Services setting and reading papers : - 

E. Balmer: 17.10: A. W. Burt: 38.70' J W. 

J. A. Fife: 55.35: W. C. Ferguson: 26.10: 

J. A. Houston: 38.70: J. Jeffries" 38 85: C. J 

S. Silcox: 38.70: A. Stevenson: 18.15: 

Services reading appeals : — 

J. J. Bell' 5.00: A. Carruthers: 5.00: 

W. Lochhead: 5.00: M. McKenzie: 5.00; 

Travelling expenses : — 

A. W. Burt, 2.40: J. H. Brethour, 6.15: 

W. C. Ferguson, 4.90: E. L. Hill, 5.80: 

C. J. Logan, 5.20: G. H. Reed. 7 35: 

R. A. Thompson, paper, 19.20 

Kinder-garden examinations :— 

Services setting and reading papers : — 

E. Cody, 36.20: J. L Hughes, 45.20: Jean Laidlaw 
Commercial Specialist and Diploma examinations : — 

Services :-J. D. Conklin, 38.15: J. H. Packham, 66.60: 

W. Ward, 39.20 



W. H. Ballard, 18.00: 

D. Chenay, 13.10: 

G. W. Johnston, 126.00: 

A. C. McKay, 100.00: 

A. Odell, 79.00 

A. H. Young, 91.50 ... . 



J. H Cameron, 27.25: 
A. L. Langford, 8.00: 
A. B. Nicholson, 15.00: 



W. H. G. Colles: 15.00: 
R. H. Cowley. 15.00: 
W. Irwin 20.00: 
Jas. McBrien 40.00: 
Robt. Park, 35 00: 



W. H. G. Colles: 7.75: 
W. Irwin: 1 60: 
Jas. McBrien: 23 00: 
Robt Park: 14.95: 



J. S. Deacon: 40.40: 
A. A. Jordan: 81 30: 
L. E. Staples: 40.90: 



J. S. Deacon: 2.85: 
D. A. Maxwell: 24.75: 
J. R.Stuart: 15 60 



A. McPhedran: Ser. presiding, 8.00: 

Reading and prepari' g papers, 32.00: 

postage, express, etc, 5.05: 



Rev. Geo. Grant: Ser. presiding, 20.00: 
S.Phillips: Reading papers, 9.66 



20.00 



J. F. White: 20.00: 



Ballard: Services as Assistant, 10.00: 
McKenzie Services presiding, 32.00: 



Brethour: 22.65 
R Gray: 16.20: 
. Logan 35.55: 



E. Coombs' 

E. L. Hill: 

G. H. Reed: 



38.70: 
23.70: 
38.70: 



G. Hume: 5.60: 
A. McGillivray 



5.00: 



E. Coombs, 2.90: 
J. A. Houston, 10.80: 
S. Silcox, 5.75: 



J. A.Fife, 6.58: 

J. Jeffries, 6.60: 

A. Stevenson, 3.60: 



45.20: Jessie Stocks, 57.90: 



E. C. Srigley, 66.60: 



$532 36 

1,074 10 
153 95 

380 00 

148 40 

569 10 
135 89- 

96 50 
61 00 
60 0O 



681 78 



184 50 
210 55 



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EDUCATION —Continued. 

DEPARTMENTAL EXAMINATIONS-CW. 

Domestic Science examinations : — 

Mrs. Legalt, services, 1.50 Mrs. H. Norris, services as member board, 15.00: 

Mrs. H. Norris, services, 4.00: reading answers, 5.40: 

Miss N. C. Ross, services as member board, 23.00: reading answers, 5.40: 

Supplies: City Dairy Co., 25c: J.W.Holman,1.21 : A.Provan,1.95: F.Simpson & Sons,83c $68 54 

Entrance examinations :— 
Services presiding at examinations : — 

J. E. Anderson, 21.00. A. E. Annis, 9.00: A. C. Bennett, 21.00: Josie M. Buck, 21.00: 
D. M. Christie, 45.00 M. T, Catbcart, 21.00: J M. Kaine, 29.00: H. E. Manning, 9.00: 
J. W. Milne, 18.00: P. V. McNeely, 9.00: S. Phillips, 89.00: R. E. Preston, 40.00: 

F. Poole, 9.00: T. H. P, Roberts, 9.00: B. B. Stevenson, 45;00: 
Services setting and reading papers :— 

R. G. Fleming, 19.00: L. A. Green, 14.75. J. A. McCaig, 150.00: R. Meade, 25.00: 
A. Steele, 25.00: D. Walker, 25.00: R. O. White, 15 25 

Travelling expenses : — 

J. E. Anderson, 9.31: A. E. Annis, 1.06: Josie M. Buck, 2.15: A. C. Bemath, 13.00: 
. M. T. Cathcart, 9.82: D. M. Christie, 6.82. J.M Kaine, 7.78: H. E. Manning, 6.00: 
J. W. Milne, 5.36: R. Meade, 14.60: S. Phillips, 2.80: R. E. Preston, 2.75. 
T. H. P. Roberts, 3.07: B. B. Stevenson, 5.99: D. Walker, 6.50: 
Collingwood Bulletin, post cards and printing, 3 . 50 769 51 

Services board of examiners : — 

W. J. Alexander, 60.00: W. R. Ballard, 30 00: R. R. Bensley, 60.00: 
J. H. Cameron, 60.00: A. Carruthers, 30 00: P. Edgar, 60.00: 
W. L. Goodwin, 60.00: G. W. Johnston, 60 00: A. L. Langford, 60.00: 
A. C. McKay, 60.00: J. MacGillivray, 60.00: F. W. Merchant, 60.00: 
A. B. Nicholson, 60.00: A. Odell 60.00: W. Prendergast, 60.00: 
,G. M. Wrong, 60.00: A. H. Young, 60.00 960 00 

Travelling expenses :- 

W. J. Alexander, 6.35: W. H. Ballard, 3.50 J. H. Cameron, 19.50: P. Edgar, 13.95 

W. L. Goodwin, 57.70: J. MacGillivray, 44.90: F. W. Merchant, 49.35: 

A. Odell, 18 15- A. B. Nicholson, 65.00: Alex. Sbeele, 3.75 292 15 

Travelling expenses. Educational Council. 

C. Fessenden, 56.10..A. P. Knight, 113.75. .W. Tvtler, 32.65 202 50 

Investigation re irregularities, Examinations at Smithville and Belleville. 

Services and expense?, A. C. McKay, 70 35 : W. Pakenham, 20.10 N. R . Carmichael, 6.46 : 
W. J. Galbraith, 14.00: L. E Horninjr, 2.62' A. Hay, 11.62: E. A. Hardy, 3.37: 
W. W. Knight, 1.81: E. E Kilmer, 7. 00: S. C. Lee, 4.81: A. Mowat, 8.67: 

G. A. Mitchell, 5.25" W. J. Robertson, 9.91: A. Steele, 11.62: L. H. Tasker, 15.22: 

W. D. Young, 11.37 204 18 

Biological specimens for examinations and sundries : — 
R. R. Bensley, preparing and mounting specimens, 50 00: 
J. H. Faull, services and expenses collecting specimens, 13 80: 
Marine Biological Laboratory, Supply Department, animal specimens, 5.00: 

A. Pride, preparing slides, packing, etc., 43.58 R. B. Thompson, collect, specimens 27.80. . . 140 18 

Alumni Association University of Toronto, advertising in calendar •. 15 00 

■C. J. Atkinson, services as Printer's Asst., 56.33: Baker & Adamson. chemicals, etc., 4.20. . . 60 53 

Brown Bros., sealing wax, 160.00 W. A. Brock, seals for bags, 9.00 ._ 169 00 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, 45c. : Can. Printing Ink Co., printers' supplies, 6.00 6 45 

L.K.Cameron, paper, 132.59 stationery, 1,020.96 1,153 55 

Canadian Express Co. charges, 28.65: Canadian Pacific Railway, freight charges 80c 29 45 

Can. Home Journal, advertising, 12.00: Can. Educational Monthly, Advertising, 15.00 27 00 

Dom. Express Co., charges, 16.30. W. R. Davies, services Printer's Assistant, 198.00 214 30 

Educational Pub. Co., advertising, 10.00: G. T. Railway Co , freight charges, 56c 10 56 

Knickerbocker Ice Co., ice, 4.00: B. Leadbetter, salary as Confidential Printer, 116.00 120 00 

Wm. McMaster, Postage stamps, 250.00" Miller & Richard, printers' supplies, 48.65 "298 65 

Miss M. E. Maclntyre, travelling expenses Kindergarten Teachers' Convention, Chicago.. 40 00 

George Moore, paper, 4.50: Wm. Nurse, printers' supplies. 4.60 9 10 

National Electrotype Co.. engravings, etc., 6.05: J. J. L O'Malley. hire of tables, 4.80 ... 10 85 

Publishers Syndicate printing Greek examination papers 64 85 

•Queen City Oil Co., benzine, 1.05: Rapid Delivery Co., cartage, 13.09 14 14 

Toronto Type Foundry Co., printer^ supplies, 6.50: Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets, 13.00 19 50 

Toronto Electric Light Co., power for press, 14 28: Trunk and Leather Goods Co., bag, 7.75. 22 03 

Warwick Bros. & Ratter, print, and bind, 718.52: Westman & Baker, repair press, etc, 18.95 737 47 

C. G. Young, rubber type, etc 7 95 

NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS, TORONTO. 

Salaries ($23,086,47) 

Wm. Scott Twelve months' salary as Principal 2,400 00 

W. H. Elliott do Vice-Principal 1,820 83 

A. C. Casselman do Drawing Master 1,000 00 

Eugene Masson do French Master 300 00 



1901] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



39 



EDUC ATION. — Continued. 
NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS, TORONTO-Ctm. 



A. T. Gringan Twelve months salary 

David Borland do 

Emma Macbeth .... do 

Angus Mcintosh ... do 

R. W. Murray do 

T. M. Porter do 

Jean Wood do 

S. M. Ross do 

Margaret T. Scott .Eight do 

M. Meehan Four do 

M. K. Caulfield ....Twelve do 

E.M.Hill Four do 

M. Meehan Eight do 

F. M. Taylor Four do 

Alice Stuart Twelve do 

A. F. Laven Four do 

H. B. Mills Eight do 

E. M. Sealey Four do 

Jean Somers Twelve do 

Mary Macintyre .... do 

Ellen Cody . . do 

Geo. Vair do 

J. Boasi do 

Patrick Gafney .... do 

Thomas Mannell ... do 

John Moore do 

R. Gilpin do 

Thos. Williamson . . do 

Bella Simpson do 



Salaries— Con. 

s Music Teacher $1,000 00 

Drill and Gymnastic Master . 200 00 

Instructor Domestic Science 350 00 

Head Master Boys' Model School 1,500 00 

First Assistant do 1,200 00 

Second do do 1,200 00 

Third do do 850 Ou 

Fourth do do 725 00 

Head Mistress Girls' Model School 800 00 

do do 333 34 

First Assistant do 850 00 

do do 216 66 

Second do do 566 66 

do do 175 66 

Third do do 850 00 

do do 216 66 

Fourth do do 565 00 

do do 166 66 

Instructor Calisthenics do 500 00 

Director of Kinderg'n do 1,000 00 

Assistant do do 480 00 

Head Gardener 600 00 

Assistant do 400 00 

First Engineer 700 00 

Second do 450 00 

Laborer 400 00 

Janitor of Normal School 510 00 

do Boys' Model School 400 00 

Janitress Girls' do 360 00 



Expenses ($2,278.09). 

Aikenhead Hardware Co: Weights and measures, 24.85 ; Art Metropole: Paper, etc., 1.35 

Brown Bros" Repairing typewriter, 5.35 ; blank books, 10.75 

Bryant Press: Cards, 5.00; Bicycle Delivery Co: Messenger service, 1.00 

A. T. Cringan : Duty on Music, 30c ; F. E. Cox : Services lecturing, 10 00 

Oopp, Clark Co ' Diplomas, 32 50 ; cards for closing, 12 . 50 ; text books, supplies, 544 . 78 

M. Craig : Illustrated lecture, 22 . 00 ; E. Cody : Kindergarten supplies, 23 . 00 

L. K. Cameron: Stationery, 283 18 ; paper, 46.56 ; Dpane Bros: Livery hire, 7.50 

W. R. Duff. Piotures of Victoria, 15.00 ; Educational Pub. Co: Examination paper, 1.6S 

W. H. Evans Blank book, 75c ; T. Eaton Co. Ribb m for badere*, 4.05 

L. Farewell: Ribbon for school colors, 18.00 ; B. Fletcher: Serv. & exp. lecturing, 18.50. . 

A. H. Harkness . Lantern slides, 19 . 25 ; rlistorical Pub. Co : Book. 4 . 00 

G. Hope & Son: Natural history specimens, 7.75 ; J. G. Henderson: Postage, 53c 

J. M. Harper: Empire Day literature, 14 69 ; A. Kent & Sons: Engrav. medals, 1.77 

W. McMaster: Postage stamps, 15.00 ; A. Mcintosh Urant to annual games, 25.00 . . . 

McKenzie & Co: Framing pictures, 750 ; Map & School Supply Co: Chemicals, etc , 96.60 

Map & School Supply Co: Supplies, 51.36 ; B. Nicholson: Lecturing. 10 00 

Newsome & Gilbert,: Typewriting, 1.50, W. E. Oldham: Stencil, paper and ink, 2.20. . 

Dr. W. Oldright : Lecture in sanitary science, 1U0 . 00 ; C. Potter : Calcium light, 5 . 00 

E. A. Price: Coronation hymns, 33c ; Rapid Delivery Co: Cartage, 6.10 

Muriel White : Services as pianist for drill exercises 

Services as substitutute teachers : — Gertrude Ahner 2 00 ; Teresa Dunn, 10 00 ; 

E. S. Cole, 36.00 ; Jean Gilchrist. 10.00 ; J. S. Hillrock, 33 00 ; J. G. Lindsay, 4.00 ; 

F. B, Steiner, 2.00 ; Ida Stewart, 2.00 ; E. S. Steiner, 14 00 

School of Domestic Science, Toronto: Course of lectures, bal. 1900, 100.00: 1901, 200 00 . . 

R Simpson Co: Material domestic science classes 

Selby & Co: Kindergarten supplies, 111 95; J. A. Simmers: Kindergarten supplies, 1.00 

Stein burger, Hendry Co : Music, blackboards, etc 

Silver Burdett Co: Song series, 3.66 ; Toronto Railway Co: Car tickets, 7.50 

Advertising -.— Varsity, 5.00 ; College Topics, 5.00 ; Educational Pub. Co , 10.00 ; 

Globe Ftg. Co ,3.06; Mail Ptg. Co., 3.45 ; Star Pub. Co., 3.76 

Warwick Bros & Rutter: Ptg, binding, 130.31 ; Whaley, Royce Co: Music books, 3.00 

H.A.Wilson Co: Balls for calisthenics, 10.00 ; F. Yeigh: Ser and exp. re illus. lecture, 25. 00 



26 20 


16 10 


6 00 


10 30 


590 78 


45 00 


337 24 


16 68 


4 80 


36 50 


23 25 


8 28 


16 46 


40 00 


104 10 


61 36 


3 70 


105 00 


6 43 


25 00 


113 00 


300 00 


37 72 


112 95 


21 50 


11 16 


30 27 


133 31 


35 00 



NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS, OTTAWA. 

Salaries ($20.338. 0D). 
J. A. MacCabe ....Twelve months' salary as Principal 
S. B. Sinclair Four and i do Vice-Prin 



J. H. Putman . . . 


.. .Seven 


" do 


J. A. Dobbie 




do 


J. Flewry 




do 



Principal . . 
do 

Drawing Master. 
French Master . . 



2,500 00 

722 00 

1,086 00 

$900 00 

600 00 



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[No. 1 



EDUCATION .—Continued. 
NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS, OTfAWA- Con. 



T. A. Brown . 

E. D. Parlow.. 

P. A Jones Six 

J . H. Putraan Five 

J. F. Sullivan Twelve 

H. S. Williams 

Adeline Shenii k 

M. E . Butterworth . . 

F. Hanington 
A. E. G. Wilson . . . 

E. H. Keyes 

Eliza Bolton 

Jessie Stocks 

Arthur Heeney 

James Mooney 

Thomas Bingham . . . 
Oliver Macdonald. . . 
James Urguhart... . 

Ed. Murphy 

Susan Walls Six 

Mrs. Seyhan Four 



Twelve monthb' salary 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Salaries— Con. 

as Music Teacher 

Head Master Boys' Model School . 
First Assistant do 

do do 

Second do do 

Third do do 

Head Mistress Girls' Model School 
First Assistant do 

Second do do 

Third do do 

Instructor Calisthenics do 

Director of Kindergarten 

Assistant do 

First Engineer and Gardener 

Second do 

Lrborer on Grounds 

Janitor Normal School 

do Boys' Model School 

Night Watchman 

Janitress Girls' Model School 

do 



Expenses ($2,447.57). 

M. G. Bristow: Typewriter, 90.00'; E*tate A. Begg : Reference books, 4.40 

W. Briggs: Book, 1.50 ; A. E. Brethour: Chemicals, 5.40 

L. K. Cameron : Stationery, 309 . 18 ; paper, 5 . 68 

Copp, Clark Co " Reference books, 38.25 ; diplomas, 32.50 

Can. Atlantic R'y Co: Freight charges, 8 65 ; Martha Craig: Lecturing, 10.00 

Can. Exp. Co: Charges, 2 90 ; C. P. R'y Co: Freight charges 2.92 

M. E. Conway : Services as clerk and librarian 

Carswell Cc : History of Boer War, 3.40 ; W. R Duff Pictures of Victoria, 7.50 

Dom. Exp. Co: Charges, 8.30 ; Educ'n Pub. Co: Sub. Canadian Teacher, 5.00 

Educ'n Pub. Co: Advertising, 20.00 ; Free Press: Printing cards, 6 50 

Fotheringham & Popham: Tennis set, 9.15 ; Geological Survey: Map of Canada, 30c 

J . Higerty : Acting janitor, 14 days, 17 50 ; W. Home Gla-s, 52c. 

Historical Pub. Co: Book, 4 00 ; Hope & Son : Postage stamps, 27 50 

Hope & Sons : Text and blank books, 252 . 95 ; books for library, 41 .20 

do Stationery, etc, 149 45 ; J. A. Harper" Empire Day literature, 12.51 fc 

F. Jarman: Frame and mat, 1 .90 ; Ketchum & Co: Foot and tennis halls, 7.15 

Linscott Pub. Co: Reference books, 9 00 ; J. A. Magurn: Parliamentary guide, 2 00 ... 

J. A. MacCabe Grant for gam* s, 35.00 ; W. McMaster Postage stamps, 15.00 

do Sundries, 2.80; P. E Merchand & C >: Changing wires, 3 28 

Map & School Supply Co: Apparatus, 6.73 : Macd.mald M. T. Fund: Serv's teacher, 18.00. 
Ottawa University : Use of grounds, 5.00 ; do Draw, paper, etc, 6.36 

Ottawa Drug Co Chemicals, 5.00 ; Thos. O'Hagan : Books, 2.00 

Ottawa Citizen: Advertising, 3.80 ; Ottawa Electric Oo: Apparatus, 8.40 

J. L. Orme&Son: Musical composition, 1.92; Y W C.A: Lectures, domestic science, 100.00 
Electric R'y Co: Car tickets to experimental farm, 22.16 ; E. A Price: Coronat'n hymns, 33c. 
Park & Co" Photo of Hon. A. S. Hardy, 5.85 ; M. Peel: Bust, Laura Secord, 25.00 

Rolph, Smith & Co: Embcssing, 50c : Ethel Rowan: Substitute teacher, 10.00 

D.Storey: Tennis net, etc, 6.50 ; Selby & Co: Victoria memorial cards 6.00 

Selby & Co : Kindergarten supplies, 84.27 ; W. B. Snow : Books, 3. 75 

C. Scrim : rent of plants, 5 . 00 

T. A.Spence & Co: Photogravures of Queen, 5.00; J. B. Sutherland Book, 15.00; 

S. B. Sinclair: Allowance for attendance at Chicago University re Pedagogical training . ... 

Sundry newspapers: Subscriptions, 27.20; OH. Thorburn' Picture of Queen, 60c 

W.J. Topley: Botanical slides, etc, 37.80 ; W. Tyrrell & Co: Periodicals, 67.05 

University, Chicago. Cop ; es school record, 12.85 ; Varsity' Advertising, 5.00 

College Topics' Advertising, 5.00 ; F. Yeigh: Services and exp. re illus. lecture, 25.00 

Y. Men's C.A: Instruction in drill and calisthenics t 

Y . W. C. A. Instruction in Domestic Science ' 

L. E . Haviland : Instruction in sewing, Ottawa M.S 

C . Ross Co : Domestic Science material 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter : Printing and binding 

NORMAL SCHOOL, LONDON. 

Salaries ($6,940.50). 

F. W. Merchant Twelve months salary as Principal 

John Dearness do 

S. K. Davidson do 

Fred. L. Evans do 

E. P. R. Copeman Nine do 

Wm. Gregory Three do 



$1,000 00 


1,500 00 


603 00 


476 00 


1,150 00 


850 00 


1,200 00 


850 00 


850 00 


760 00 


600 00 


1,000 00 


480 00 


651 00 


500 00 


400 00 


510 00 


400 00 


400 00 


200 00 


160 00 


94 40 


6 90 


314 86 


70 75 


18 65 


5 82 


72 00 


10 90 


13 30 


26 50 


9 45 


18 02 


31 50 


294 15 


161 96 


9 05 


11 00 


50 00 


6 08 


24 73 


11 36 


7 00 


12 20 


101 92 


22 49 


30 85 


10 50 


12 50 


88 02 


5 00 


20 00 


299 00 


27 80 


104 85 


17 85 


30 00 


86 00 


160 00 


125 00 


11 34 


13 87 



Vice-Principal 

Drawing and Writing Master, 

Music Master 

Physical Instructor 

do 



°,400 00 

1,800 00 

200 00 

2C0 00 

103 00 

37 50 



1901] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 41 

EDUCATION.— Continued. 

NORMAL SCHOOL, LONDON-Cow. 

Salaries— Cow. 

Agnes MacKenzie Twelve months salary as Kindergarten Teacher 

Nellie Heffernan do Clerk and Stenographer 

Andrew Templeton do Engineer ". 

Thomas Cas«y do Gardener 

W. C . Robertson do Caretaker 



$100 00 


400 00 


600 00 


500 00 


600 00 


119 49 


149 96 


64 00 


269 99 


38 46 


27 70 


13 80 


22 50 


50 40 


67 20 


31 18 


137 50 


12 48 


41 00 


51 70 


9 69 


4 60 


23 88 


2 35 


1,500 00 



Expenses ($2,637.88). 

Anderson & Nelles! Chemicals, apparatus, etc., 81.99 ; W. S. Allward: Bust of Premier, 37.50 

Estate, A. Brger Reference books, 4.25 ; W. Briggs: Library books,145.71 . . 

Creelman Bros Typewriter supplies, 25.95; L. K. Cameron: Paper, 2.77; stationery, 35 28 
Dr.C.T Cimpbell: Lecture on sanitary science, 100. 00 ; Copp Clark Co; Library books, 169.99 
Can. Exp. Co: Charges, 23. 66 ; W R Duff : Picture Queen Victoria, 7.50 ; Dom. Exp. Co 7.30 
Education Pub. Co: Advertising, 20.00; Hon. R. Harcourt: Travelling expenses, 7.70... 

Historical Pub. Co: Book, 4 00 ; J. M. Harper: Copies Empire Day literature, 9 80 

London Advertiser: Printing and stationery, 20.00 ; London Electric Co: Supplies, 2.50 . 

W. McMaster Post stamps, 45.00 ; Map & School Supply Co: Gas guage, 5.40 

John Mills: Stationery, etc.. 45 75 ; books. 10.20 ; S.P. May: Expenses re art exhibit, 11.25 
Park & Co: Photo, 5 85; E.A.Price: Coronation hymns, 33c; M.Peel: Bust of Laura Secord, 25.00 
Reid Bros. & Co: Stationery, 119.00 ; examination paper, 17.50 ; manilla paper, 1.00 

Ropers Electric Co: Apparatus, 7.00 ; A. Screaton & Co: Cotton, 5 48 

J. B. Suthe-land: Books, 15.00 ; Sundry newspapers: Subscriptions, 26 00 

W. Tyrrell & Co" Educational periodicals, 47.45 ; A. Talbot * Printing, 4 25 

Warwiok Bro's & Rutter : Printing, 4.69 ; Varsity: Advertsiing, 5.00 

Bell Telephone Co Messages, 3.00 ; F. W. Merchant: To pay sundries, 1 60 . 

M.Croke: Cartage, 3.00 ; G.T.Ry. Co: F. eight charges, 10.88 ; London Ry. Co: Tickets, 10.00 

J. Ackland Cartage, 1.00; C. P. Ry. Oo: Freight charges, 1 35 

3ecretary Board Education, London: Grant providing P. S. for practical teaching Normal 
School students 

HIGH SCHOOLS AND COLLEGTATE INSTITUTES ($106,258.26). 

Treasurer, Board High Schools and Collegiate Institutes : — 

Alexandria, 623.38: Almonte, 693.78: Arnprior, 592.54: Aurora, 607.41: 
Athens, 639.28: Arthur, 589 96: Aylmer, 881.90: Beamsville, 477.08: 
Belleville, 784.35* Berlin, 780 38 : Bowmanville, 769.18: Bradford, 574.59: 
Barrie, 1,068.44' Brantford, 1.271.77: Brockville, 1,128.12: Brampton, 830.78: 
Brighton, 447.82: Caledonia, 572.40: Campbellford, 668.03: Carleton Place, 685 34 : 
Cayuga, 553.10: Col borne, 450.68: Cornwall, 864 82: Chatham, 1,250.38: 
Clinton, 939.09: Cobourg, 942.41: Collingwood, 860.00: Deseronto, 645.45: 
Dundas, 643.42: Dunnville, 599.77: Dutton, 565.00: Elora, 539.18: 
Essex, 658 95: Fort William, 360.26: Fergus, 567.76: Forest, 574.04: 
Gait, 1,206.21: Gananoque, 649.82: Grimsby, 421.86: Georgetown, 581.75 : 
Glencoe, 621.15' Gravenhurst, 507 95 : Goderich, 1,015.78: Guelpb, 1,081.51: 
Harriston, 607.10: Hawkesbury, 580 49: Hagersville, 599.30: Hamilton, 1.315.27: 
Iroquois, 711 94 Ingersoll, 98796: Kingston, 1,223.30: Kemptville, 665.92: 
Kincardine, 725.32- Lindsay, 1.110.18: Listowel, 600.17: Lucan, 632 23* 
Leamington, 666.90: London. 1,348.76: Madoc, 535.98: Markham, 674 54 : 
Mitchell, 632.46: Mount Forest, 682.78: Meaford, 742.94: Morrisburg, 1,005.57: 
Newburgh, 533 50: Newcastle, 461.48: Napanee, 1.058.20: Niagara Falls, 1,092.39: 
Niagara FaUs S., 584.89: Niagara, 430.41: Newmarket, 620 87: Norwood, 581.07: 
Oakville, 474.57: Omemee, 445 94: Orangeville, 807.17: Oshawa, 71*0.72. 
Orillia, 962.42- Ottawa, 1,292 03: Owen Sound, 1,186.89: Paris, 633.47: 
Pari* hill 560.17: Pembroke, 705 67 : Petrolea, 723.36: Pictou, 840.80: 
Perth, 941.16: Peterborough, 1,217 76* Prescott, 59736- Port Arthur, 526.20: 
Port Dover, 442.54: Port Elgin, 579.08: Port Hope, 806.46: Port Perry, 664.47: 
Port Rowan, 411.58: Renfrew, 708.68: Richmond Hill, 463.67: Ridgetown, 948.10: 
Simcoe, 746 22: Smith's Falls, 675.66: Smith ville, 493.81: Streetsville, 446 87: 
Sydenham, 562 R8: Sterling, 468.00: Sarnia, 1,058 20: Seaforth, 970.91: 
Stratford, 1,176.72: Strathroy, 923 90: St Catharines, 1,164.01: St. Mary's, 909.41: 
St. Thomas, 1,255.25: Tor., Jarvis 1,280.99: Tor , Har., 1,313.56: Tor., Jame., 1,289.94 
Toronto Junction, 938.24: Thorold, 585.02: Trenton, 612.30: Tilsonburg, 593.95: 
Uxbridge, 616.54: Vankleek Hill, 753 44: Vienna, 467.86: Whitby, 864 99: 
Walkerton, 723 81: Wards ville, 432.27: Waterdown, 492.78: Welland, 655 75 
Weston. 49^.35: Williamstown, 590.53: Windsor, 1,189.33: Woodstock, 1,190.83. 
Watford, 652.71: Wiarton, 575.70: Waterford, 582.00 

Special Grants :— Fort William, 360.26: Gravenhurst, 507.95: Port Arthur, 526.20 100,000 00 

J. E. Hodgson: Twelve months' salary as Inspector, 2,500.00: travelling expenses, 450.55 2,950 55 
J. Seath: do 2,500.00: do 403.72 2,903 72 

Hon. R. Harcourt: Travelling expenses, 26.45: John Millar, travelling expenses, 11.00 37 45 

, W. Pakenham: do 10.55: L. K. Cameron: Paper, 10.91 .. 2146 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter: Printing and binding, 140.03: L. K. Cameron: Stat'v, 54.55: 194 58 

Can. Home Journal' Advertising, 4.00: W. McMaster" Post stamps, 45.00 49 00 

Can. Express Co' Charges, 6.50: Toronto University: Historical publications, 75.00. . 8150 

Educational Publishing Co : Advertising 20 00 



42 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 

EDUCATION.— Continued 
ONTARIO NORMAL COLLEGE. 

Salaries ($3,725.00) 

James A . McLellan . . Twelve months' salary as Principal 

R . A . Thompson .... do Vice-Principal 

Louise McLellan do Clerk 

Expenses ($4,925.14) 

Appleton, D. & Co: books, 12.58: W. Briggs: book, 1.50: Heath Pub. Co: book, 4.00 
J. G. Cloke: reference books, 241 . 19 : stationery, 22 . 00 : Might Directory Co : directory, 2.50 

E.A.Price: coronation hymns, 33c ' J.B.Sutherland: book, 15.00 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter' printing, 32.20: McPherson & Drope: printing, 5.70 

L. K. Cameron: paper, 3.44: stationery, 10.60 

W.McMaster: post stamps, 10. 00" Park&Co' photo,5.55: M.Peel: bust, LauraSecord, 25.00 
Can. Housekeeper Pub. Co: subscription, 1.00 Educational Review: subscription, 3.00 ... 

Can . Express Co: charges, 2 .00 Dom . Express Co : charges, 1 55 

College Topics : advertising, 5.00: Educational Pub. Co: advertising, 20.00 

Board of Education, Hamilton: grant, 3,000 00: arrears, 1,000.00 

do furniture, electric lighting etc, waiting rooms 

Ont. Normal Col. Literary Sec grant, 25.00: Ont. Normal Col. Athlet. Asso: grant, 25.00 
Women8 Athlet. Asso: grant, 24.00: F. Yeigh". services and expenses lecturing, 30.00. . . 

DEPARTMENTAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM. 

Salaries ($i, 400.00). 

J. George Hodgins .Twelve months' salary as Librarian and Historiographer 2,000 Oti 

D. Boyle do Curator of Museum 1,100 0(| 

Jane M. Ciooks .... do Assistant Librarian 550 0(| 

E. A. Faulds do Clerk 750JX] 

Expenses ($2,846.49). 

Books :— 

W. Anderson, 1.50: W. Briggn, 4.20: W. E. Blake, 1.00: Carswell Co, 1.00: 

Copp, Clark Co, 95.83. T. E Champion, 2 50: W. Dick«on, 2 00: G. A. Hay, 50c : 
J. F. Davis & Co, 14 50: D. R. Jacks, 2.00: G. H. King, 4.50: Linscott Pub. Co, 21 00 : 
C.E.Lauriat&Co.7.50 F.T.Morris, 4 00: G.N.Morang& Co,9.50: J. D. Morris & Co, 28 50: 
Loring, Shortt & Harmon. 2.81 : J. B. Sutherland, 30.00: Wm. Tyrrell Co, 13 54 : 

U. C. Tract) Socy, 2.10: J. M. Oxley, 5.00: Vannevar & Co, 1.35" A. P. Watts, 3.00 .... 257 8i 

Subscriptions : 

American Kitchen Magazine, 1 00: Art Educator, 3.00: Acta Victoriania, 1.00 : 

Am. Agriculturist, 2.00: Birds and All Nature, 1.50: Botanical Gazette, 4.00: 

Bookseller and Stationer, 1 . 00 : Can. Law Times, 5. 00: Can. Teacher, 2.50 : Can. Mute, 1.00: 
Can. Freeman, 1.00: Can Church Magazine, 1 00: Journal Medicine and Surgtry, 1.00: 
Can. Architect and Builder,2. 00: Can. Educational Monthly, 2.00: Can Manufacturer,\.00\ 
Can. Magazine, 2.50: Can. Practitioner and Review, 4.00: Can. Housekeeper Pub. Co, 2.00: 
Can. Bookseller, 1.00: Can. Baptist, 1.50: Contemporary and Quarterly Review, 4.50: 
Child Garden, 1.00: Citizen and Country, 75c: Current History, 1 50: 

Christian Guardian, 1.00: Church Record, 1.00: Catholic Register, 2.00: 

Dietetic and Hygiene Gazette, 1.00' Dom. Presbyterian, 1.50: Dom. Medical Monthly, 1.00: 
Education (Boston), 3 00 Ed. Journal of W. Canada, 1.00 Economist, 2 . 00 . 

Educational Review, N.Y, 4.40: Educational Review, N.B, 1 00: Farmers' Advocate, 1.00' 
Farming World, 1 00: Farm Home, 1 CO: Kindergarten Magazine, 2.20: 

Literary Journal, 5.00: Le Cultivature, 1.50. Literarg Digest. 3.25: Mind and Body, 1.00: 
McMaster University Monthly, 1 00 Methodist Magazine, 2.00: Monthly Review, 5 50: 
Manual Training Magazine. 1.00: Museum, Journal, 2.54: N. A. Review. 5.00: 

Our Boys, 25c: Periodicals (J. P. McKenna), 60c: Periodicals (Wm. Tyrrell & Co), 54.65: 
Penn. School Journal, 1.25: Presbyterian Review. 1.50: Publishers' Weekly. 3.00: 

Printer and Publisher, 2.00: Popular Anatomy, 2 50 Penman's Art Journal, 1.00: 

Popular Science News, 1.60: Popular Educator, 1 00 Pedagogical Seminary, 5.00: 

Psychological Review, 4.00: Quarterly Review, 5.25: Queen's Quarterly, 1.00: 

Review of Reviews, 2 75 : Railway and Steamboat Guide, 5 20 : Sundry newspapers, 145. 15 '. 
Scottish- Conadian, 1.00.* Science, f>.00: School and Home Education, 1 25: 

School Journal, 1.80: School Review, 1 50: The Nation, 3.00: Truth, 3 00: 

The Forum. 3.00* Teachers' Institute, 1 00: 'Varsity, 1.00: Westminster, 4.50: 

Worcester Society of Antiquities, proceedings, 2.50 366 

Carnegie Library of Pittsburg, catalogue, 60 j : G.P Hall & Son, print, Columbia Univ. 6 50 7 1] 

L. B. Thompson, services in library, 121 00" Hon. R. Harcourt, travelling expenses, 9.60 130 

L. K. Cameron, paper, 1.10: (stationery. 36 69 J. B Thompson, labels for books, 19 00 56 

Warwick Rros. & Rutter, prtg and binding, 105.00: Win. Briggs, binding, 90c 105 

Wm. McMaster, postage stamps, 69.00: C. Gripton, repairing rubber stamp, 2.25 71 

Can. Express Co., Charges, 14.00' Dom. Express Co., charges, 3.65 , 17 

C. P. Railway, freight charges, 48c : Steamer Caroline, freight charges, 25c 

Tor. Ry. Co., car tickets, 12.00 ' F.F. Evans, car tickets, 25c: Rapid Del. '"o., cartage, 3.70 15 

Bicycle Delivery Co., delivery tickets, 2.00: sundry persons, messenger service, 1.20. 3 



1901 j 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



43 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



DEPARTMENTAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM— Con. 



Expenses— Gov. 

Museum :— 

W. S. Allward, bust, Premier Rchs, 187 50: balance bust, Sir George Burton, 75.00. . 

G. M. Arnold, photo, 1.00 W. E Atkinson, painting, " Evening," 30.00 . 

Aikenhead Hardware Co , picture wire, 4.39 Art Metropole, charcoal, 25c 

J. Bruce, photo Hon. A. S. Hardy. 5.50: photographing Museum, 39.50 

J L. Banks, bust Chief Justice Falconbridge, 100 00: W. S. Brown, relics, 50.00 

W. O. Bradley, painting " Path by Mill Race" 

J. W. Benham, purchase of Indian specimens 

Brown Bros, repairing typewriter, 1.10. D. Boyle, travelling expenses, 71.65 

J. E. Chester, gilding frames, 63 90 

Mrs. De Blasruire. Etru«can clay vessels, 5 00 W. Emory, Indian relics,2.00 

M. Eddy, boxes, 50c T. Eaton Co., sundries, 5c: P. Freyheng & Co , cork sheets, 5.05. 

W. J. Hynes, repairing bust, 50c : H R. Hatcher, digging up skeleton, 2.00 

Ethel Hill, services in museum, 147. 67: F. M. Hill, services in museum, 43.98 

Hooper & Co, chemicals, 3.55 : H. Laidiaw, model Tepees, 2.00 

Mrs. McCorkindale, repairing exhibit, 2 00: J. Maughan, jr., mounting crane, 16.00. . 

J. Maughan, jr., disinfecting exhibits . 

Laura Muntz, painting " Drawing Water " 

McKenzie & Co, tablets frames, etc, 18.65: Roberts & Son, framiag picture, 1.70 

Mildred Peel, " Replica Laura Secord bust " 

do balancH busts of Principal Caven and Chancellor Wallaca 

A. Peterson, repairing statues, picture frame, etc., 2.10: J. B. Pens?, Indian relics, 1.00. 
Chas. Potter, magnifying glass, 3.00: Wm. Ross, birch bark canoe 20.00 

C. T. Smith, cleaning busts, 42 20: bronzing frames, etc, 40.25 

O Spanner, mounting moose, 50.00: G. H. Turner, Jubilee pictures, 5.00 

F. D. Threlkeld, services in Museum, 111 66: P. F. Van Everen, gummed numbers, 25c. 

Woltz Mfg Co, picture frames, bronze, etc 

Rev. C. E. Whittaker, Esquimaux work 

James Yates, historical medals, 2.25 C. W. Irwin, brokerage, etc, 2.00 

Witness fees re law suit at Pelham Union : D Hickadon, 3 . 75 : F. Holton, 3 . 75 

D. Boyle, to pav express charges, 35c Can. Express Co, charges, 3.10 

Dominion Express C>, charges 2 50 C. P. Railway Co, freight charges, 4.38 

G. T. Railway Co, freight charges, 7.71! L. K. Cameron, paper, 32.91 

L. K . Cameron, stationery , 



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SCHOOL OF PRACTICAL SCIENCE, 



Salaries ($23,660.00). 

salary as Profes-or in Engineering and Principal 3,000 00 

do Applied Chemistry 1,500 00 

do Metallurgy and Ass tying 2,00.) 00 

do Surveying 1,700 00 

do Architectu'e 1,800 00 

do Electrical Enginei ring 1,700 00 

Lecturer in Applied Mechanics 1,300 » 

do Mining 1,200 00 

do Mechanical Engineering 1,200 00 

Demonstator Analytical Chemistry 8M) 00 

do Surveying and Assistant Sec... 1,050 00 

do Mechanical Engineering 175 00 

do Asst. Lecturer Chemistry 125 00 

Fellow in Hhemistry 375 00 

do Civil Engineering . 375 00 

do do 125 00 

do Mechanical Engineering 375 00 

do Drawing 125 00 

do Applied Mechanics 375 00 

do Menallurgy and Assaying 375 00 

do Mining 1 25 00 

do Electrical Engineering 375 00 

do Electrical 125 00 

do Mechanical 1 25 00 

do Chemistry 125 00 

Attendant Chemistry 5<X) 00 

do Metallurgy 350 00 

do Mining 160 00 

do Caretaker 750 00 

do Engineer 800 00 

do Fireman 320 00 

do Stoker 180 00 



44 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 

SCHOOL OF PRACTICAL SCIENCE— Cow. 

Expenses ($4,707 86). 

Apparatus and t-upplies for Laboratories: — 

Purdy, Mansellfe Co, 86.66: E. H. Roberts, 46.30 .... 

J. G. Biddle, 5.40: Ely Bros, 30c: Townson & Mercer, 114.74: Eimer & Amend, 458.01: 
Rice Lewis&Son, 417.39: Dean Bros, 65 14: J.B.Smith &Sons, 88.23: Can. Motor Co,4.50: 
Ontario Rubber Co, 22 09: Western Electric Co, 11.83: Otto Gas Engine Co. 25.00 
Can.Gpn.Elfc.Co 71.02. A.C.Leslie&Co,11.20: G.Pearsall, 1.05 Evans & Sons, 114 91: 
Art Metropole,16 03: Tor Elec.Works.13 22: Qu.CityOilCo,19.41: GordonM'Kay&Co,9.9l 
Sadler&Howarth 9.20: Packard El. Co,5.00RiceWireVT.Co.30.00:W.H.Banf3eld,&Son,10.00 
Mar&Sc.Sup.Co,71.06: J.Whitfield&Co,15.20: Fletcher Mf. Co. 11. 75: PoJsonIr.Wk,20 87 
R. Jelvman & Co, 15.00: T. R. Haig, 7.05: Oinn & Co, 20 CO J. Milne & Co. 15.00: 
Fanth&Co, 1 50: A. Maas, 2 25" FensomElev. W orks. 49 53 Lvman Bros. Co, 8.93: 
P.Frey»erjg&Co,75c: Aikenhead Hard Co.2.40 W. \. Murray &Co,2.25: J. Lucas, 90c: 
James Foster. 75c: B. Treloar & Co. 34.35: Brown & Sharpe, 7 61: Elliott & Co, 41: 
United Elec. Co. 127 11: Crusty St. GuageCo,13 75: Brown &Searle,2.00: ArtMet,73.16: 
T.H.Robinson 50c: Robb & Kay, 12.40: R. P. Symes, 800: H.F. Sharpe & Co, 325. 75. . $2,506 80 
Books . — 

Scientific Pub Co, 4.63: Lemcke & Buechner, 35.66: W.Tyrrell & Co, 4.10: 

D.VanNostrand&Co.38 74: T.Henry, 39. 95: J. Wi'ey&Son,8.45 : E.A.McMicking,33 30: 

Engineering Magazine, 5.00 : 169 

Subscriptions and periodicals : — 

W. H. Guild, 158.55: Engineering News, 8.00: H. Thomas, 13.00 

Dan. Mining Review, 3 00: R. Friedlander & Sohn, 7.57: Can. Electrical News. 1.00 
Engineering Magazine, 4.00: Power, 3 10: Association Ont. Land Surveyors, 5.00: 
Star Pub. Co, 1.50. Studio, 3.50: Association Eng. Societies Jl, 1.50: 

Mineral Industry, vol . 9, 4 63: Copp Clark Co, 1.05: Might Directory Co, 5.00 221 4( 

Advertising : 
Can. Engineer, 37 50: Catholic Register, 31.25: Globe Ptg. Co,60.00: Ont. Pub. Co, 62.50 
Westminster Co. 29.00: Can. Mining Review, 90.15: Sesame, 5 00: 

University Alumni Assocn, 30.00: Eng. Society S.P.S., 12.00: Catholic Almanac, 25.00 382 4( 

Engineering Socy S.P.S. annual grant, 50.00: Copp Clark, Co, mounting maps, 6.25 56 21 

G.L English & Co, mineral specimens for museum, 13.00: J. Foster, rep'g tape. etc,5.25 ... 18 21 

C. Gripton. rubber stamp rep, 85c' G. R Gregory & Co, mineral specimens, 15.42 16 2' 

G Lugsdin, leather straps. 6.00: O.G. Young, rubber stamps, 4.15 10 li 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter, calendars, 188 60 printing and binding, 104.45 293 Of 

Williams, A.M., engrossing diplomas, 11.90' H. T. Middleton, blue print paper, 1.50 13 

Pub. Syndicate, ptg exam, papers, 192 15: Rolph Smith&Co, diplomas, 21.00: stamping, 28. 50 241 6 

W . E Ramsay, blue prints, 3 . 64 : Keuffel & Esser Co, drawing paper, 24 . 24 27 8 

Thomas Henry, drawing paper, 18.75: N. R. Butcher, typewriting, 3.50 22 2 

Creelman Bros, typewriter & supplies, 133.20: L.K Cameron, paper,179. 51: stationery, 101 04 413 7 

Grand & Toy, stationery, etc, 8 65: J. Withers. post stamps,21.00: H.Worden, post stps,16 00 45 6 

Richardson & Co, po?t stamps, 25.00: J . Reading, post stamps, 34 .80 59 8 

Robinson & Heath, brokerage, etc. 112.21: C.P.R. Telegraph, telegrams, 50c 112 7 

E. B. Smith, postage stamps, 7.00: V. A. Sbeppard, post stamps, 9.00 16" 

Can. Exp Co, charges, 3.40: Dom.Exp.Co, charges, 5 90: C.P.R. Co. freight charges, 3 81 13 1 

G.N. W.Tel. Co, cablegrams, 50 43: W.J.Graham, car tickets, 45c 50" 

G T.R. Co, freight charges, 6.78: P. Heany, cartage, 25c: J. Jeffs, cartage, 1.45 8 

W. Godard, cartage, 3.85' J. Lister, cartage, 2.15: A. J. Newton, cartage, 90c 6 

F . Smith, cartage, 50c : Can . Transfer Co, cartage, 50c *-. 1 

ART SCHOOLS, EXAMINATIONS, ETC. ($3,288.39.) 

Legislative grant : — 

Ontario Society of Artists, 500.00: School of Art, Hamilton, 596.00* 

School of Art, Kingston, 350 00: School of Art, London, 15^ 00: 

School of Art, St. Thomas, 323.00: School of Art, Toronto, 518.00. 2,437 < 

Services reading papers : — 

A. C. Casselman, 48.50: Brother Maxentius, 36.00: W. A. Sherwood, 19.00 

R. Gagen, 19 00: F. M. Bell-Smith, 12.00: M. Mathews, 2 50. 

W. D. Blatchley, 9.50: F. H. Brigden, 4.50: F. R. Rosebrugh, 7.50: 

O. H. C. Wright. 7.50: L. B. Stewart, 12.50 178 

A. C. Casselman, reading appeals, 5.00: M. May, clerical services, 49.50 54 

W Lemon, clerical services , 15 

Paintings :— 

CM. Manley, " Dropping down at Glencar," 50.00: G. A. Reid, " After Rain," 60 00. 

F. H. Brigden, " Evening on the river," 50. 00:C Chavignand, "Near Skies Sunset," 75.00: 

G. H. Turner, Water color, 10.00: R. F. Gagen, "M't. Sir Donald," 175.00. . . 420 
C. T. Smith, arranging and hanging pictures. 7.60: Work in Art league, 1.50: 

repairing and packing pictures, 5 . 10 14 

J. E. Chester, repairing picture frames 4 

Ambrose Kent & Sons, engraving medals, 8.50: Warwick Bros. & Kutter, printing, 44.65 . 53 

L.K. Cameron, paper, 34 74' S. P. May, accountable, 25.00: travelling exps. in U.S. 20.00: 79 

Can. Exp. Co., charges, 14.15: Rapid Delivery Co., cartage, 4.55 

F. Blair, cartage, 12.55: W . Lemon, car tickets, 1.00 13 



19*1 ] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



45 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC ($3,400.00.) 



Canadian Institute, 

St . Patrick's Literary and Scientific Society, 

Literary and Scientific Society, Ottawa, 

Scientific Association, Hamilton, 

Institut Canadien, 

Ottawa Field Naturalists' Club, 

Ottawa University Scientific Society, 

Toronto Astronomical Society, 



Legislative grant $1,500 00 

do 100 00 

do 400 00 

do 400 00 

do 400 00 

do 200 00 

do 100 00 

do 300 00 



HISTORICAL SOCIETIES ($1,000.00 ) 



Ontario Historical Society, 
Lundy's Lane Historical Society, 
Peterboro Historical Society, 
Pioneer Historical Society, 
Niagara Historical Society, 
Wentworth Historical Society, 



Legislative grant 500 00 

do 100 00 

do 100 00 

do 100 00 

do 100 00 

do 100 00 



PUBLIC LIBRARIES, ($49,202.00.) 



S. P. Mav, Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 

W. P. Lemnn do Clerk 

Treasurer Public Library : — 

Allan Mills. 28.40 Arthur, 74.80: Alliston, 71.30: Admaston, 55.85: Avlmer, 176 40 
Almonte, 162.00: Arkona, 160.00: At wood, 160.00: Arnprior, 152 65 : Alton, 121 20 
Ailsa Craig, 71.25: Alvinston, 40.00: Amherstburg, 120.00: Ancaster, 130 00 

Acton, 154.30: Aurora, 116.55: Alma, 78.10: Angus 32.60: Algonquin, 62.90 
Ayr, 81.40: Auburn, 96.60: Aberarder, 58.75: Blenheim. 177.40: Burks Falls, 179 60 
Brockville, 200 . 00 : Barrie, 200 . 00 : Brighton, 142 . 00 : 

Hridgeburg, 103.50: Bloomfield, 105.00. Brussels, 157.75: 
Brantfotd, 200 00: Bo wmanville, 141.00: Brooklin, 133.60: 

Beamsville, 120.00: Bradford, 59.20: Bolton, 73.40 

Bracebridge, 53.90: Beet on, 86.20: Bellwood, 92 . 80 : Belmont, 16.70: Bayham, 51.20 
Bobcaygeon, 33.60: Burnstown, 41.00: Blyth, 41.45: Burford 130.80: BelfountMn. 81.00 
Beaverton, 119.55: Bunyan, 16.25: Burlington, 93.00: 

Berlin, 200.30 Bervie, 160.00: Baden, 59.80: Chapleau, 143.70 

Cookstown, 91.30: 
Copper Cliff, 38 80: 
Chesterville, 126 40 

Caledon, 160.00: 



1,700 00 
800 00 



Binbrook. 96 20 

Braconda'e, 160.00 

Bothwell, 160 00 

Belleville 100 00 



Brampton. 185 40 
Chatsworth, 44.40 
Colbourne, 125 00 
Claremont, 114 90 
Canninerton, 94.60 
Claude, 78 25 



Caistor, 118 00: Combray, 80.40: 

Clarksburp, 15.30: Creemore, 66.40 
Carp, 81 . 25 : Coldstream, 90 . 80 

Camden East, 72 . 60 ' Coldsprings, 105 . 45 

Campbellford, 130.90: Chesley, 108.10: Clifford, 133.75: Cold water, 174.60 

Carleton Place. 160.00: Comber, 190.80: Chatham, 200.00: Chpltenham, 78.90 
Caledonia, 160.00: Cornwall, 160.00: Cobden. 136 50: Collingwood, 155.90 

Cargill, 160.00: Cobourg, 166.40: Clinton, 200.00: Cheapside. 67.30: Cardinal, 139.45 
Cayuga, 160.00: Copleston, 81.75: Dorchester, 88.40: Dutton, 148.20 • Dunnville, 111 25 
Dresden. 158.50: Dundas, 160.00: Deseronto, 200 00 : Duart, 150 30: Drumbo, 160.00 
Don, 80.00. Douglas, 70.20: Dryden, 116.40 Dalhousie, 50.40: Dund^la: 25 00 
Dungannon, 82.65: Dundalk, 80.70. Delhi, 80.50' Dray ron, 100.00: Durham, 88 40 
Elora, 127.90: Essex, 14L.40: Erin, 69 00: Eastons Corners. 46.00: Elmira, 116 45 
Ethel, 80.10: Embro, 114.20: Emsdale, 120.00' Exeter, 152.20: Enterprise, 45.00 
Elmvale, 160.00' Eonotville, 104.00' Fonthill, 171 90: Fenella, 32 65 : Florad de, «6 80 
Fenelon Falls, 46.20: Fordwich, 55.70: Fort Erie, 115.10: Fort Francis, 149 10 
Fergus, 113.75: Forest, 192.00: Freelton, 78.40: Gananoque, 118 00 

Garden Island, 185.30: Glencoe, 160.00: Guelph, 200.00: Grantham, 120.00 

Gait, 200.00' Gores Landing. 99.70: Georgetown, 148.10: Glenmorris. 109 00 
Grimsby, 154.25: Graveohurst, 37.70: Glen Allen, 70 75 : Gome, 85. 40 : Goderich, 149.60 
Grand Valley, 145.00: Hawkesville, 87 00: Harriston, 28.80 Haliburton, 71 45 
Haileybury, 36.75: Hamilton, 200.00: Highgate, 160.00: Hensall, 33.40 

Highland Creek, 44.00: Hagersville, 184.80: Hunts ville, lfiO. 00 



Holland Centre, 43.70 
Hillsburg, 160.00: 
Hep worth, 35.00: 
Islington, 60 70: 
Kingsville, 172.30: 
Kimble, 160.00: 
Lancaster, 146.70: 
Little Britain, 151.60: 
Linwood, 121.70: 
Lyndon, 76.80 : 
Marksville, 68.00: 
vforriston, 26.00: 
Markdale, 166.40 
Munster, 50.70' 
Millbrook, 194.10 



Holy rood, 66.70: 
Hanover, 126 40: 
Iroquois, 82 25: 
Kinraount, 160.00. 
Kinburn, 89.60: 
Lakefield. 71.20: 

London, 200.00: 
Lanark, 169.10: 
Lake Charles, 82.50: 
Madoc, 160.00: 
Morrisburg, 101.40: 
Mild may, 122.10: 
Monkton, 160.00' 
Melbourne, 38.55: 



Harrow, 117.75: 
Ingersoll, 181 60: 
Jarvis, 152.60: 
Kemptville, 120.70' 

Kars, 87,50: 
Little Current, 81.50: 
Listowel, 199.75: 
Lion's Head, 37.75: 



Hespeler, 89 00 
Inglewood. 52. °0 
Kingston, 200.00 
Kincardine, 126.80 
Kirkfield, 138 25 
Lucknow. 15S.70 
Lindsay, 200 00 
Leamington, 89.40 



Maple, 50.60: Manitowaning, 157 80 

Melancthon, 94 10: Markham, 54. "0 

Merrickville, 160.00: Midland, 195 90 

Mallorytown. 160.00: Manilla, 131 70 

Millgrove, 150.00: Milverton, 160.00 

Mississippi. 107.10: Minden, 78.10 



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[No 1 



EDUCATION —Continued. 



PUBLIC LIBRARIES-Con. 



Meaford, 133 60: Mono Road, 40.30: Merriton, 80 Oo: Manotick, 48.50: 
Mount Albert, 68.80: Mount Forest, 104.90: Milton, 85.80: Mitchell, 141. 80: 
Napanee Mills, 152.45: Nanticoke, 160.00: Niagara Falls, 18675: Napanee, 100 00: 
North Gower, 57 00' Niagara, 112.10: Niagara Falls South, 80.20: Newbury, 121.60: 
New Hamburg, 152.15 : Newmarket, 80.65" Newburgh. 96.20: Norwich, 200.00: 
New Dundee, 160.00: North Augusta, 148 70: North Bay, 116.90: Nairn Centre, 44.80: 
Norwood, 175.10: Odessa, 96.10: Omemee, 93.40: Ophir, 32 00" 
Orono, 77.50: Otterville, 83 40: Oakville, 92.55: Oshawa, 125 20 
Orange ville, 182.50: Owen Sound. 150.20: Oil Springs, 120.00: Orillia, 140.50: 
Oak wood, 175.00: Primrose, 92.30: Pickering, 61.70: Plattmville, 40.30: 
Parkenham, 27.60: Port Arthur, 160.00: Port Perry. 107.00: Port Elgin, 65.85: 
Peterboro, 200.00: Paisley, 101.90: Parkh ill, 97.25: Port Colborne, 79.00: 
Penetanguishene, 160.00: Pinkerton, 144.00: Port Rowan, 156.00: Port Dover, 160.00: 
Port Credit, 97.30: Port Hope. 200 00: Palmerston, 169.75: Prescott, 157.80: 
Preston, 150 60: Princeton, 160.00: Picton, 129.75: Perth, 117.10: 
Paris, 162.60- Port Stanley 115.40 Parry Sound, 132 80 : Port Carling, 51.30: 
Point Edward, 160.00: Powaesan, 157.10: Queens vil le, 70- 80: Rat Portage, 200.00: 
Rosemount. 160.00: Ridgetown. 162 90: Romney, 129 40: Rodney, 132 15: 
Ripley, 43 00* Ridgeway, 78.90: Richmond, 96.50: Russell, 70 00: 
Rosseau, 160.00: Renfrew, 120.00: Richmond Hill. 122.25: Rock wood, 94 60* 
Riversdale, 40.60: Simcoe, 129.50 Streetsville, 147.70: Smith's Falls 200 00: 
Seaforth, 177.35: Shelbourne. 137.40: Sarnia, 200.00: St. Thomas, 197 60: 
Strathroy, 184 90: Stratford. 200.00: St. George, 158.35: St. Catharines, 200. 00" 
Shakespeare, 160.00: Schreiber, 85 40: Sunderland, 124.20: St. Helens, 83.10: 
Shedden, 87.40: St. Marys, 145 70: Srndridge, 89 55: South River, 80.45: 
Sparta, 87.10: Springfield, 160.00: Scotland, 115.40: Spencerville, 38.75: 
Sprucedale, 160.00. . Sault Ste. Marie, 138.60 Stavner, 77.00: Stouffville, 78.40: 
Southampton, 75.70: Sunnidale, 123.85: Tilsonburer. 133.00 Toronto Junction, 176.30: 
Trout Creek, 105.20 These al on, 200 00: Thornlo^, 42.00: Trenton, 160.00: 
Tara, 71.55: Tarn worth, 88.80: Thamesville, 123.80: Tiverton. 94 40: 
Thedford, 146.70: Thamesford, 92.00. Thornbury, 48.30: Thorold. 170.50: 
Toronto, 200.00: Thornhill, 86. SO: Tilbury, 168 60: Tilbury E, 50 00: 
Teeswater, 105.05: Tavistock, 193.80" Underwood, 122.00: Uxbridge, 133.15: 
Vandorf, 81 90: Vankleek Hill, 123.80: Vars, 160 00: Victoria, 80.00: 
Wexford, 160.00: Waterd own, 67.80: Wallaceburcr, 101.60: West Lorn*, 116.35: 
Wales, 160.00: Watford, 195.10: Whitby, 94 40" White Lake, 49.40: 
Weston. 146 60: Waterloo, 158.10: Welland, 156.80: WoodviHe, 121.25: 
Wingham 188.70: Williamstown, 98 70* Waterford, 160.00: Wheatlev, 26.75 • 
Wiarton, 160 00: Woodstock, 200 00: Wroxeter, 160.00: Westford. 67.60: 
Wellesley, 158.70: Warkworth, 89.60: Wardsville, 86.80: Walkerton, 140.40: 
Windsor, 200.00: Woodbridge, 83.30: York, 77 00: Zephyr, 156.60 

St. Patrick's Literary and Scientific Society : grant frr books 

Secretary, Public Library, Gait: grant for evening classes 

Secretary, Public Library, Peterboro: do do *. . . 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter: print, and binding, 116 40: W. McMaster: post, stamps, 130 00 

Brown Bros" fountain pen, 1.00* adjusting typewriter etc, 95c 

L. K. Cameron, paper, 7.30: stationery, 7.65: International Ry. Guide, sub. 1.00 

Can. Express Co: charges, 2.27: Dom. Express Co: charges, 2.80 

Toronto Railway Co: car tickets, 8.25: S. P. *May : travelling expenses, 354.55 

Bicycle Delivery Co: delivery tickets, 1.00: W. Lemon: messenger charges, 10c 

Travelling Libraries : — 
Books : 
Wm. Briggs, 120.95: W. E. Blake, 4.00: P. F. Collier & Son, 15.75" 

Copp. Clark Co, 51.40: S. Carsley & Co, 93 76: Jas. Delaney. 2.50: P Durk, 2.00: 
R. Finchamp. 8.00: W. J. Gage, 31.66: Historical Pub. Co, 8.00: 

D. J. Howell, 34.49: Hunter, Rose & Co. 3.00: C. E. Lauriat & Co, 175.58. 

G. N. Morang & Co, 28.72: Publishers' Syndicate, 24.70: Dr. Rocchi, 2.50: 

W . Sutherland, 4. 10 : W . Tyrrell & Co, 269 . 34 : Vannevar & Co, 4.00 

Rev. A. Fitzpatrick: expenses re pamphlet on Library extonsion in Ontario 

T. Eaton Co: adjustable book cases, 37.00: R. H. Macoomb: postage stamps, 40c 

Warwick Bros .& Rutter : printing, 3.15: L.K.Cameron: paper, 80c 

C.W.Irwin: brokerage etc, 1 . 00 : Can. Express Co: charges, 6.35 

C . P . Railway Co : freight charges 



TECHNICAL EDUCATION ($10,177.30). 






$44,766 95 
160 0C 
21 0C 
86 0C 

246 4( 

1 9. r 

15 9f 

5 07 

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884 41 

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37 41 

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Treasurer, Ont . Normal College of Domestic Science and Art : Grant 

Secretary, Y.W.C. A., Toronto: Instruction in Domestic Science 

do Brantford do 

Victor School of Domestic Science : do 

Treasurer, Technical School Board, Brantford : Grant 

Treas. Coll. Inst. Board, Stratford, 1,500; Treas Coll Inst. Board, Woodstock, 500.00. 

Public School Board, Stratford, 300.00 ; Board of Examiners, Renfrew, 500.00 

Board of Education, Kingston : Grant, Technical classes 



1,500 

50 

300 

300 

1,000 

2,000 
800 

1,500 



1901 ] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 47 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 

TECHNICAL EDUCATION, ETC.— Con. 

' Toronto Technical School $1,500 00 

W. Tyrrell & Co: B'ks, 4.33 ; Vannevar & Co: B'ks, 1.58 ; Orange, Judd Co: B'ks, 39.68 45 59 

Copp, Clark Co" Blank books, 3.38 ; Remington Typewriter Co: Typewriter, etc. , 95.00 98 38 

Creeiman Bros: Typewriter supplies, 60c ; do Supplies, 5.50 6 10 

C. Gripton Stamp, 3.50; W. Mc Master: Post stamps, 35.00 38 50 

Chicago School of Illustration : Course in illustration 5 00 

A E . Drewery . . Methylated spirits, 5 . 35 ; D . Moore & Co : Cutlery, etc . , 3 . 60 8 95 

W. E. Murray: Trunk, 7.00; R. Junor: Teapot, 50c; Jas. Scott: Felt, etc., 54c .... 8 04 

F. Bowditch: Glass, cloth, etc., 1.43; S. L Kirby: Making towels, aprons, etc., 1.00.. 2 43 

F. Hamilton: Spirit lamp, etc., 7.33; C . Rogers & Sons Co : Pine tables, 38.00.. 45 33 

Ontario Rubber Co: Tubing, 2.50 ; J . Stevens & Son Co: Apparatus, 4.00 6 60 

T Eaton Co. Towelling, 1.05; W. Hill: Supplies, 4.65; J. C. Woods: Supplies, 57.53 63 23 

W. Stevelyfe Son: Supplies, 10.00; W. Westlake: Photos, etc., 8.14 18 14 

Eimer & Amend: Apparatus, 54 . 93 ; Fletcher Mtg: Apparatus, 45.70 100 63 

Map&Sch. Sup. Co: Apparatus, 211.03 ; Mrs. Hoodless: Services, 65.00; exp , 55.85 331 88 

J. M. Hunter: Services and expenses, 19.60 ; W. Bowditch: Services, 45.00 64 60 

Hon. R. Harcourt: Travelling expenses, 5 . 25 ; do Travelling expenses, 33.45 . 38 70 

Edith M. Curzon: do in U. S 160 00 

KeeneBros: Hire of chairs, 3.30 ; A . P . Yeo : Rent of dishes, 2 . 50 5 80 

Canadian Annual: Advertising. 50.00 ; Star Pub. Co: Advertising, 15.00 65 00 

Acta Victoriana: do 25.00; Globe Ptg. Co: do 60 00 85 00 

Can. Exp. Co: Charges, 35c ; L. K. Cameron: Stationery, 29.15 29 50 

Miscellaneous ($16,751.53). 

L. Salter: Twelve months' salary as Matron University (Ladies department) 550 00 

Board Trustees. Collegiate Institute : Grant for Military instruction : 

Barrie, 50 . 00 ; Brantf ord, 60 . 00 ; Chatham, 50 . 00 ; Collingwood, 50 . 00 ; 

Dundas. 50.00 ; Guelph, 50.00 ; Gait, 50 00 ; Hamilton, 50.00 ; 

Mt . Forest, 50 . 00 ; Morrisburg, 50 . 00 ; Markham , 50 . 00 ; Norwood, 50 . 00 ; 

Niagara Falls, 50.00 ; Orillia, 50.00 ; Owen Sound, 50.00 ; Peterboro', 50.00 ; 

Petrolea, 50.00 ; Strathroy, 50.00 ; St. Catharines, 100.00 ; Toronto (Jarvis) 50.00 ; 

Toronto (Jamieson), 50.00; Toronto (Harbord), 50.00; Uxbridge, 50.00 1,200 00 

.Warwick Bro's & Rutter: Printing and binding: 

Education report, 179.10 ; University reports, 3.98 ; Finance report, 41.78 ; 

Historical Papers, 280.60 ; Public School Registers, 858.75 ; Manual training, 94.10 ; 

Statute regulations, 1,232. 35 ; Circulars, 1 .20 

Warwick Bro's & Rutter : Paper 88 . 56 ; L . K . Cameron : Paper, 796 . 14 

Sec'y Can. Household Economic Asso: Grant towards printing re lecture course Domes. Sc .. 

W. Briggs: 1000 copies reprints from Education report 

Grip Printing Co : Engraving Indian relics for Archaelogical report 

. Toronto Litho . Co ' Engravings for Minister's report 

University Toronto Librarian : Printing historical papers 

^Hunter, Rose & Co ' 1000 pamphlets on Decimals, etc 

Superintendent Education, Nova Scotia: 200 copies Dom. Teachers' Association 

J . G. Hodgins. Expenses and disbursements re pamphlet on School Room Decorations 

^Heakes, F . R Expenses inspecting school house Mt. Pleasant 

Sldith Kempthorne ', Typewriting re Documentary History 

*T . E . Berkley-Smith : Grant to Uni versity, 7,000 . 00 , Agric . exams . B . S . A . , 425 . 00 

University of Toronto: Payments on account land sold Dec. 31, 1900. 60 Vic, cap. 59, Sec. 4 
Postage on School Acts to Trustees" 

D. McDiarmid, 1.50 ; D. Robb, 2.00 ; T. Pearce, 2.43 ; A. McNaughton, 2.20; 
J.J.Wadsworth, 3.00; W.S.Clendinning, 2.64 ; F.L. Michell, 4.00 ; P. J.Thompson, 3.22; 

J. S. Deacon. 1.68; F. Burrows, 3.00; J. McBrien, 2.00; J. Elgin Tom, 1.92; 
W. H. G. Colles, 1.80; M. J. Kelly, 1.83; J. H. Smith, 2.19. A. Brown, 195; 

S. Phillips, 3.72; R. H. Cowley, 3.42: D. Chenay, 1.50; R.G. Scott, 4.00; 

D. A. Maxwell, 2.25; R Kinney, 2.40; Geo. Grant, 4.52 ; W. Spankie, 4 26 ; 

D. Clapp, 2.55 ; W. Irwin, 3.30 ; N. Gordon, 2.70 ; R. Park, 2.13 ; 

A. B. Davidson, 1.40; H. L. Johnston, 2.37 ; W. E. Tilley, 2.76 ; A. Greer, 1.50; 

D. Fotheringham, 2 19 ; A. Odell, 3.03 ; W. Macintosh, 2.80 ; J. C. Morgan, 4.69 ; 94 85 

Canadian Express Co: Charges, 26.80 ; Dominion Express Co: Charges, 9.55 36 35 



2,691 86 


884 70 


35 00 


14 00 


42 75 


175 00 


600 00 


50 00 


200 00 


38 38 


4 75 


75 


7,425 00 


2,708 14 



48 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



[No. t 



EDUCATION.— Concluded. 



SUPERANNUATED TEACHERS. ($64,250.66). 



Allowance to teachers for 1900 

Less allowance included in above statement to teachers since deceased. 
J. Anderson, 82.00: M. Bell, 92.00: J. Campbell, 241.50: E. T. Crowle, 164.00 
W. M. Crewson, 124.00 Fereruson, 210.00: Jno. Graham, 212.00: 8. Megan,215 00 
Wm. Moore. 134.00: E. R. Mowat, 152.00: D.McAlpine, 167.00: Jas.McGirr, 182.50 
Jas. McKay, 197.00: C. McKinnoy, 110.00: P. OMeara, 143.00: R. Phillips, 162.00 
E. M. Procunier, 146.00: A. Rodgers, 158.00: Jas Robinson, 104 00 

Sam'l Robb, 198.00: Geo. Rose, 251.50: R. Russell, 101.00: Geo. Shurtliff, 209.60 
M. Spence, 143.00: R. W. Vollick, 178.00: Jas. Young, 104.00. 

Less difference between grants of 1900 over 1901 . 
Geo. Bigelow, 10.00: F. Davi , 9.00: D. S. F. McRitchie, 12.50 

grants 1899 paid in 1900. 
A. C. Herrick, 88.00: Mrs. M. A. Pomerov, 247.00 



$63,817 50 



4,547 50 



Add new allowances, 1901 . 

W. T. Amos, 199.00: M. Banks, 172.00: W. E. Bradley, 157 00: T. Blackman, 232,00 
J. Carnochan, 269 00" Sam'l Cook, 246.50 T. Eckardt, 202 50: Jas. Fulton, 205.00 
Jas. Gibson, 87 00: W.H.Godwin,201.00 A. G.Henderson, 139 50: R.Knowles, 203.00 
F. Lee, 92.60: C. H. Lusk, 274.50: Wm. Leith, 164 00: Wm Mathewson, 146 00 
W. C. McEachern. 229.00: Wm. McCall, 192.00: C.S.McMain, 221.00 

D. McDonald, 89. U0: W. McKeown, 130.00: F. C. Powell, 40.00: W. K.Reid,244.00 
P. M. Sutherland, 107.00: Geo. Sharman, 248.00: A. Wilson, 92.00 

Add allowance increased over 1900. 

P. Crawford, 256. 25: Rebecca De Cow, 10.00: J. H. Hobbs. .50: C. McPherson, .50 
Add allowance 1900 paid in 1901. 
Jas. Gibson, 87.00 

L. K Cameron . 

Warwick Bros . & Rutter 

Dr. A. McPhedran . Medical examination of applicants 

W. McMaster . Postage stamps 



59,270.00 




Total Education 782,193 3J 



■tal 

lat 
len, 



L~.r. 
TO 

m 



' 



1901] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



49 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE. 



ASYLUM FOR INSANE, TORONTO. 



Daniel Clark, M.D ... 


Twelve months' salary 


W. K. Ross, M.D.... 




do 


R. W. Bell, M.D. .. 




do 


Wm. Tracy 




do 


F. 0. Loft 




do 


Mark Keilty 




do 


B. Winnif rith 




do 


Jas. Barrie 




do 


j Alex. MacKenzie . . . 


do 


i Robt, McCammon . . . 




do 


i Tho8. Hughes 




do 


| James Anthony 




do 


Robt. Bruce 




do 


Jno. Daly 




do 


Peter Trow era ... 




do 


George Beasant 


Three 


do 


C. F. Arnott 


Eight 


do 


W. P. Strickland .... 


Twelve 


do 


Wm. Veech 


Five 


do 


JohnTorpey 


Six and § 


do 


Jas. Young 


Twelve 


do 


Stokers (3) 




do 


Jas. Burrow 




do 


Night Watchmen (4). 




do 


Richard McCreary . . . 




do 


Edward McGuire 




do 


Male Supervisors (8). 




do 


Male Attendants (19) . 




do 


. Eliza Corley 




do 


Mary McKinley 




do 


Jean Cadenhead 


Ten and \ 


do 


K. P. McMillan 




do 


M. J. Howie 


Twelve 


do 


Eva M. Outhbertson . . 




do 


Annie McWilliam 




do 


Night Nurses (4) 




do 


Female Supervisors (8 




do 


Nurses (20) 




do 


Laundresses (7) 




do 


Cooks (6) 




do 


Housemaids (4) 




do 



Salaries ($33,361.11. 

i Medical Superintendent 

Assistant do 

Assistant Physician 

Bursar (including rent allowance) 

Bursar's Clerk (including board allowance) 

Storekeeper 

Steward 

Trades Instructor 

Tailor 

Baker 

Carpenter 

Carpenter 

Painter 

Bricklayer and Mason , 

Engineer 

Gardener 

Gardener 

Assistant Gardener and Gatekeeper (board). 

Teamster 

Teamster 

Engine Driver 



Porter 



Supervisor and Nurse . 
Chief Attendant 



Matron 

Assistant Matron 

Trained Nurse . . . 

Trained Nurse 

Musical Directress 

Portress and Stenographer . 
Stenographer 



Expenses, ($67,068.69 ) 



glue, 25 lbs, 4.50 ; padlocks, \ doz, 3.00; 

iron, hardware, etc, 16.69 

Allan, A. A. & Co.: caps, 10 doz, 37.50. 
2.50 ; Alienist and Neurologist : 



Aikenhead Hardware Co. : Wire nails, 9 kegs, 26.25 ; 

latches, locks, etc, 6.85 packing, 56 lbs, 9.80 ; 
Alien, S.: Vinegar, 127 gals, 29.35; barrels, 3, 6.00; 
A.pplegate Indelible Ink Co.: Indelible ink, \ lb, 

Subscription, 5.00 

American Medico-Psychological Association: Annual dues, 1901-02 

American Journal of Insanity '. Subscription 

Brown, E. & Co. : Rice, 2,500 lbs, 88.43 ; sugar, 6179 lbs, 293.07 ; tea, 2,375 lbs, 593 75 ; 

. molasses, 28 gals, 8.96 ; raisins, 140 lbs, 11.20 ; currants, 384 lbs, 42.24 

Butler, Jas. : Yarn, 100 lbs, 50.00 ; Byron, R. J. : upholstering, 15.34 . . 

Beardmore & Co. : Shoe leather, 1,502 lbs, 374.39 ; rivets, nails, thread, etc. 28.42. 

Beardmore Belting Co. : Belting, 50 ft, 7.83 cut laces, 5 lbs, 3.17 

Barton, Ed. : Apples, 6 bbls, 13.50 ; berries, 56 baskets, 51.65 ; plums, 5 baskets, 10.00. . 

Burns, P. & Co. : Coal contract, 452 tons, 290 lbs. soft lump coal at 4.40 

Brown, Alex. & Co.: (Balance of 1900)' flour contract, 20 bbls. at 3 07, 61.40; 

(1901 contract) 1,092 bbls. at 3.30, 3,603.60 

Bigley, R. : Repairing heater, etc, 9.00 ; Bird, J. A. & W. & Co. : whiting, 200 lbs, 13.00. 

Bonner, J. : Insect exterminator, 35 gals, 87.50 ; roach powder, 70- lbs, 35.00. 

Bell Telephone Co. : Messages, 1.95 ; repairs, 4 10 

Bain Book & Stationery Co. t Subscriptions, magazines 

Jrown Bros. : Cloth, thread, etc, 11. 68 ; stationery, etc, 9.50 

3rawford, James : Potato contract, 2,601£ bus. at 35c . . 

Central Prison Industries : Tweed, 1,198 yds, 598 88 ; flannel, 48 yds, 12 12 . . . 

Pressman, A. W. : Sheeting, 1,000 yds, 190.08 ; Carbery. J. : hay, 27,140 lbs, 156.71 

Jonnal, Peter & Son: Tea, 915 lbs, 228.75 ; raisins, 140 lbs, 9.80 ; sago, 481 lbs, 19.24 ; 

tapioca, 709 lbs, 28.36 

Jarolan, Jas. : Bran, 25,320 lbs, 194.97 ; Canadian Rubber Co. : hose, 150 ft, 15.45 

4? P. A. 



$2,000 00 

1,100 00 

800 00 

1,800 00 

950 00 

1,000 00 

750 00 

550 00 

550 00 

450 00 

600 00 

550 00 

575 00 

625 00 

840 00 

123 90 

364 82 

475 00 

100 00 

133 33 

360 00 

807 00 

276 00 

1,008 50 

336 00 

400 00 

2,400 00 

4,561 20 

500 0C 

300 00 

211 33 

28 66 

240 00 

175 00 

138 00 

602 82 

1,392 00 

2,981 02 

998 68 

827 85 

480 00 



67 09 


72 85 


7 50 


5 00 


5 00 


1,037 65 


65 34 


402 81 


11 00 


75 15 


1,989 44 


3,665 00 


22 00 


122 50 


6 05 


44 25 


21 18 


910 45 


611 00 


346 79 


286 15 


21Q 42 



50" PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
ASYLUM FOR INSANE TORONTO— Con. 

Expenses— Con. 

Canadian Laundry Machinery Co. : Repairing washer, etc $45 00 

Cameron, L K. : Stationery and paper,191.05; Campbell, Wm. : wages as temporary Baker,26 00 217 05 

Canadian Churchman . Subscription, 1.50; Catholic Register: Subscription, 1.50 3 00 

Canadian Practitioner; Subscription, 2.00 ; Canada Lancet'. Subscription, 2.00 4 00 

Consumers Gas Co. '. Gas, 3,003.12 ; Collector of Customs: duty charges, 2.63 3,005 75 

Clark, Daniel M. D. : Table allowance, 231 28; allowance re furniture and furnishings, 84.69; 

travelling expenses, attending convention, 86.25 402 22 

C. P. Rtilway . Freight chargp-s, 88. 56 ; Claxton & vVeatherburn : sheet music, 5.00 93 56 

Doyle, The M. Fish Co. ; Fish, 14,500 lbs, 1,160.00 ; herrings, 1 bbl, 4.00 1,164 00 

Dominion Radiator Co. : Iron pipe 3,024 ft, 147.77 ; castings, 77.63 225 40 

Duck, R. F. : Hay, 67 tons, 800 lbs, 761.22 ; Dingman & Co. : laundry soap, 238 lbs, 27.93 789 15 

Deverell, A. D. : Telegrams, 3 42 ; I >*niels, G. J. sodding, 51 45 54 87 

Eby B aio Co. : Sugar, 33,030 lbs, 1,524 07; sago, 1,150 lbs, 48.17; tapioca, 1,117 lbs, 48.10; 

biscuits, 52.22; macaroni, 50 lbs, 5.00; mixed nuts, 100 lbs, 14.50; 

mixed candy, 190 lbs, 20.95 ; raisins, 2 b« xes, 6.39; pearline, 10 cases, 39.00; 

molas«es, 44 gals, 14.63 ; sardines, 1 case, 14 00 ; cod fish, 2 cases, 12.00 ; 

salmon, 4 doz. cans, 6.80; lobsters, 4 doz. cans, 12.60 ; peaches, 32 doz 'cans, 38.40; 

barley, 4 bb's, 17 80; corn meal, 5 bbls, 14.50; twine, 20 lbs, 5.00; 

rice,500 lbs, 17.50; sapolio,f gro, 9.00; corn,b*ans,pea8,tomatoe8,etc,S6doz.cans,48.40; 

mustard, 75 jars, 18.75 ; currants, 209 bs, 22.99 ; table raisins, 210 lbs, 19.66 ; 

com starch, 1,115 lbs, 62.38 ; extract*, 8 doz, 32.00 ; plums, 16 doz. cans, 17.90 ; 

apples, 1\ doz cans, 5.38 : tea, 405 lbs, 101,25 ; pineapple, 2 doz. cans, 4.60 ; 

matches, 1 case, 3.60; syrup, 2,766 lbs, 88.02; sauce, 4 doz, 27.00; table salt, 3 bbls, 8.25; 

sal. «oda. 24.57 ; blueing, 50 lbs, 7.00 ; pears, 2 cases, 9.60 ; nutmegs, 5 lbs, 3.75 ; 

prunes, 500 ibs, 37.50; cocoa, 14 lbs, 4 90; sundries, 59.07 ; laundry starch, 220 lbs, 14.85 ; 

evaporated apples. 500 lbs, 52.50 2,594 

Eckardt, H. P. & Co: Sugar, 14,590 lbs, 679.50; syrup, 3,591 lbs, 113 10; tea, 506£ lbs, 126.63; 

rice, 1,451 lbs, 51.97 ; currants, 167 lbs, 19 20 ; sago, 259 lbs, 11.65 ; 

tapioca, 344 lbs. 16.34 ; raisins, 308 lbs 22.26; corn starch, 160 lbs, 10.20; biscuits, 11.36; 

assorted peel, 103 lbs, 14 84; pearline, 3 boxes, 11.70 ; cocoanut, 20 lbs, 4 60 ; 

gelatine, 4 doz, 4.50; cod fi«h, 200 lbs, 13 00 ; laundry starch, 45 lbs, 2.25 ; 

Bal. soda, 2,625 lbs, 22.31 ; chocolate, 6 lbs, 1.80 ; prunes, 500 lbs, 40.00; 

salt, 5 *bls, 6.25; sundries, 1.63 1,185 

Fleischmann & Co: Yeast, 313J lbs 94 05 

Fair, Robt. & Co : Ticking, 333 yds, 54 95 ; shirting, 2,253 yds, 261,06 ; 

carpet lining, 60 yds, 4 80 ; sheeting, 501 yd*, 118.44 ; cotton, 415 yds, 41 50 ; 

print, 510 yds, 56.16; ' n»pkins, 5 doz, 7 00; spool thread, 8 gross, 43.20 ; 

hos^, 20 doz, 24.00 ; sundries, 6 48 ; holland, 100 yds. 15.04 ; butter cloth, 164 yds, 7.38; 

cheese cloth, 138 yds, 5.54 

Flett, Lowndes & Co: Canvas, 150 yds, 20 26 ; silesia, 81 yds, 14.30 ; italian, 27 yds, 18.22 ; 

hair cloth, 27£ yds, 7 43 ; scarlet cloth, \\ yds, 3.75 ; assorted buttons, 66 gross, 44.40; 

linen thread, 13£ lbs, 30.26 ; cotton tnread, 8 gross, 45.90 ; pant buckles, 4 bxs, 2.00; 

sundries, 3 75 

Gowan*, Kent & Co: Gas globes, 10 doz, 12.60 ; pitchers, 4 doz, 8.55 ; bowls, 21 doz, 18.19 : 

tumblers, 2 doz, 12.45; nappies, 1 gro, 5.70; ewers, 4 doz, 17.96; quart jars, 6 gro, 52 50; 

bakers, 5 doz. 3 80 ; toilet «et, I, 3.50 ; cups, 50 doz, 23.75 . plates, 15 doz, 10.25 ; 

basins, 1 doz, 4.80 ; chambers, 2 doz, 8.00 ; jugs, 7 doz, 15.90 ; sundries, 12.00 ; 

covered dishes, 2 doz, 10 58 

Gadsby & McCann ■ Chop oats, 13 tons, 275.20; wheat, 46 bush, 30.73; 

com meal, 2 ton- 1,270 lbs, 55.53 ; pea meal, 9 tons 700 lbs, 217.01 ; 

bruised "ats, 9,690 lbs, 101 26 ; oats, 50 bush, 20 00 ; straw, 10 tons 95 lbs, 67.32 

Godden, C. P Packing, 120 lbs, 21.60 ; glue, 40 lbs, 8.00 ; granite pails, 6, 6.60 ; 

griddles, 4, 6.00 ; picture wire, 5 doz, 5 00; sand paper, 25 qrs, 5.00; 

iron, hard ^ are, e^c. 11 99 

Gutta P rcha Rubber Mnfg. Co: Fire hose, 100 ft, 26 00; repairs, 5.50; hospital sheets, 24, 44.10; 

beltine-, 82 ft, 10.47 86 0< 

Gourfcy, Winter & L^eming: Tuning piano, 5 00; Gracie, John: wages, temp'y Baker, 26 00 31 0<. 

Graham, A Rolled oats contra.-t, 120 bbls, at 3 40 408 0( 

Gurnev Foundry Co' Repairs 5 91 ; Golden, H: livery hire, 5.00 10 91 

Globe Printing Oo : Advertising, 4 50 ; subscript on, 10.00 14 5( 

Gripton, C: Marking ink, 3 o>, 26 40; Grand Trunk Railway Co: Freight charges, 4.29.. 30 6i 

Great Northwestern Telegraph Co Mp"sages 1 Of 

Hunte-, Vt, 8 es : Bran, 29 tons 1,815 lbs, 445 71; oats, 101 bush, 33.95; 

hay, 28 tons 1,0*0 lbs, 345.08 ; straw, 14 tons 805 lbs, 90.92 : chop oats, 3,120 lbs, 31.98. . 

Hartz, The J. F. Co' Surgical instruments and medicines 

Hunter, R Purchase of meat ... 

Henry & Co : Tea, 1 030 'bs, 257.50 ; corn starch, 200 lbs, 12.00 

Howland, H. S. Sons & Co: Razors, 1 doz, 900; lawn mower, 1, '5.30: 

gem jar rubbers 10 gro 6 00 ; ax>s, \ doz, 4 50 ; iron, hardware, etc, 46.42 ; 

padlocks, 1 d >z, 3 00; screws, 49 grs, 9 91; packing. 54 66; blind hinges, 2 doz. sets, 5.25; 

mirro s, 1£ dnz, I0.o6 ; tacks, 7* lbs, 5.19; shovels, \ doz, 5.04 174 81 

Harris, Wm: Pork,14,3o5 lbs., 1,136 69; Hobbs Hardware Co.: sanitary fluid,43 gals, 58.05. 1,194 7< 
Hurd, H. E , V. S: Medicines, etc., 13.75; Harris, W. H., M. D examining patient, 5.00.. 18 71 



1901] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 51 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 

ASYLUM FOR INSANE, TORONTO-Con. 

Expenses— Con. 

Hudgin, A: Postage stamps, 99 00; Heintzman & Co: rent of piano, 19.00; tuning, 2.00. . $120 00 

Hall R. & Son: Freight charges on carpet, linoleum, 7.24 ; sheeting, 927 yds, 187.33 ; 

shirting,1059 yds,113 79 ; dowlaa,196 yds,33.28; towels,20 doz, 27.50 ; denim, 115 yds, 17.33 ; 

cotton,2393 yds,195.52 ; print, 1067 yds,114.78 ; crash, 548yds, 32.87 ; damask, 88 yds. 37.40. 767 04 

Inglis, John & Sons : Repairing boilers, 55.40 ; grate bar3, 12, 44.96 ; labor, 5.93 106 29 

Imperial Varnish and Color Co : Laundry soap, 472 lbs 24 78 

Institution for Deaf and Dumb : Boots and shoes, 95 pairs 77 90 

Johnson, D : Repairing locks, etc, 11.04 ; washers, taps, etc, 18.89 29 93 

Jaynes Electrical Co . Dials for clocks, 1,000, 7.35; Johnson, Wm: horseshoeing', 18.22.... 25 57 

Kent, Ambrose & Sons:Specfcacles, 3 doz,9.00 ; Kay, John,Son & Co: carpet swp'rs, 4, 10.00. 19 00 

Kennedy, James Hay, 9 tons, 280 lbs 120 66 

Livingston, C & Bro. Ser<?e, 52 yds, 98 80; Lyman Bros & Co! drugs & chemicals, 29.03.. 127 83 

Lake Simcoe Ice Supply Co : Ice, 463 torjs . . 412 03 

London Ammonia Co : Powder ammonia, 245 lbs 14 70 

Lawrence, J. W : Drugs and chemicals, 176.79; Lynd, A., M. D: Examining patient, 5.00. 181 79 

Murray, W. A. & Co! Sheeting, 318J yds, 51.94 ; scrim, 96 yds, 14.40 ; cretonne, 100£ yds,17.45; 

muslin, 83J yds, 16 70; table covers, 17, 22.00; sundries, 19.67 ; tapestry, 15 yds, 15.00; 

sateen, 30 yds, 6.75 : quilt, 8.00 ; curtain muslin, 36 yds, 7.20 ; drapery, 5 yds, 4.50 186 61 

Moore, Wm. & Son: Prunes, 3,000 lbs, 233.50; <>ranges,3 bbls, 18.00; cranberries, 3cases,13.50; 

lemons,2£ cases, 10.85 ; soap, 4,320 lbs, 158.40 ; blueing, 20 lbs,2.00 ; toilet soap,8 grs, 40.00; 

strawberries, 1,728 boxs, 119.88 ; bananas, 3 bchs, 6.00 ; lawton berries, 780 boxes, 75 30 ; 

watermelons, 24, 6.00 ; plums, 40bskts,21.00 ; peaches,50 bskts, 40.00; pears 55.bskts,26.00; 

apples, 6 bbls, 21.90; currants, 50 lbs, 4.50 796 83 

Matthews, H. J: Moulding, 200 ft. 6.00; Matthews, F: smoking hams, 117, 5.85 11 85 

Maguire Bros: Cement, 205 bbls, 14.50 ; fire brick, 1,C00, 33.00 ; fine clay, \ ton, 5.00 52 50 

Menzies Mfg. Co: Window shades,etc, 101.07; Miles & Mann: interments, 16 00 117 07 

Murphy, W. K: Interments, 8.00 ; Miller, Hugh & Co: drugs and chemicals, 108 34 116 34 

Might Directory Co: 2 copies directory, 10.00 ; Mail Printing Co: Subscriptions, 8.00 18 00 

Monetary Times : Subscriptions, 2.65 ; Mason & Risch Piano Co : tuning piano, 6.50 9 15 

May, Samuel & Co ' Amusements, (bowls 2 sets) 21 60 

Macdonald, Jno. & Co: Sheeting, 302 yds, 60.90 ; cotton, 643 yds, 57.28 ; duck, 61, 9 00 ; 

shaker,179 yds,13.40; hnlland,140yds,18.55; linen,327 yds,166.53; butter cloth,423 yds,18.49; 

dress goods. 65 yds, 24.38; muslin, 48 yds, 5.52; frilling, 17 doz, 7.65; batting, 2 cases, 12.00; 

moleskin, 77 yds,30.80; lawn,H0yds,5.10; curtain muslin,193 yds, 33 21; tabling,199 yds, 77.39: 

sateen, 84 yds, 13.48; lining, 110 yds, 8.80 ; sundries, 4.61 ; ties, 10 doz, 14.50 ; 

hairpins, 54 lbs, 14.70; needles, 4m, 4.00 ; socks, 30 doz pair, 27.00; 

knitting cotton, 15 gro, 6 00 ; tape, 6 gro, 6 00 ; laces, 6 gro, 3.00 ; towels, 10 doz. 18 60 ; 

mitts, 2 doz pair, 4.50 ; pins, 25 gro, 2.75 

Mcintosh, P. & Son: Split peas, 25 bbls, 93.75; Mackenzie, J. H: drugs & chem, 133.88. . 

McDonald, A : Dres'd lumber. 19957 ft, 348.26 ; lumbar, 258 L0 ft. 339.75 

McWilliam & Everest : Cranberries, 1 bbl, 8.00 ; apples, 2 bbls, 5 . 50 

Nelson, The U. A. & Sons Co: Brooms,5 doz, 13.10 ; whisks,2 doz, 2.33 

Northey Co : Repairs to pumps 

Nelson, H. W. & Co : Brooms, 55 doz., 141.35 ; hair brooms, 2 doz , 17.13 ; 

stable brooms, 1 doz., 5.82 ; scrub-brushes, 6 doz., 9.61 ; combs, 3 grs., 29.77 ; 

banister brushes, 2 doz., 5.34 ; fibre pails, 2 doz., 7.00 ; whisks, 7 doz., 11.20 ; 

sundries, 1.59 ; W. W. brushes, 4.25 

Ormand & Walsh : Drugs and chemicals 

Park, Blackwell Co' (Balance 1900) butter contract, 1,680 lbs. at 20J, 344.40 ; 

(1901 contract) 18,785 lbs. at 21|, 4,038.79; casings. 59 lbs, 19. bO 

Peterboro' Underwear Co: Shirts & drawers, 53 doz, 387.97; Plant. Geo. flowerpots, 2,000, 13.00 
Pugsley, Dingman& Co : Soap, 1 gro, 5.00; Publishers Syndicate: medical books, 33.00. . 

Port Dover Evaporating Co : Evap. apples, 1,000 lbs. 47.50 ; jelly, 304 lbs, 19.80 

Queen City Oil Co: Coal oil, 91 gals, 14.98 ; benzine, 124 gals, 19.67 ; turpentine, 41 gal, 25.24 ; 

paraffin wax, 108 lbs, 11.64 ; sundries, 2.36; salad oil, 42 gals, 37.00 ; engine oil, 10 gal, 5.82; 

linseed oil, 48 gals, 38.00 ... 154 66 

Ryan, The Wm., Co (Balance 1900) butter contract, 117 lbs. at 16c, 18.72 ; 

(1901 contract) 7,255 lbs. at 18|c, 1,342.22; eggs, 5,682 doz, 958.14; cheese, 2,286 lbs, 239.07; 

turkeys, 1,426 lbs. 152.88 ; geese 694 lbs, 53 81 ; chickens, 30 pr. 18.00 ; ducks, 37 pr, 27.15 ; 

cod, 220 lbs, 14.30 ; salt, 45 bbls, 58.50 ; pot barley, 21 bbls, 94.50; corn meal, 7 bbls, 22.25 ; 

herring, 2 bbls, 11.00 ; evap. apples. 1,250 lbs, 9750 ; apples, 2 bbls, 7.00 ; 

table salt, 1 sack, 1.00 ; beans, 48 bush, 73-90 ; pickles, 4 kegs, 8.40 ; syrup, 56 gals, 59.10 ; 

lard, 200 lbs, 23.50 ; honey, 200 lbs, 20 00 '. 3,300 94 

Ramsay, R. H.,& Son : Cornmeal, 2 bbls, 5.80; cheese, 293 lbs, 31.51; evap. apples, 250 lbs. 15 00 52 31 

Royal Dandelion Cofive Co : Coffee, 25 lbs 6 25 

Rogers, Elias, Co: Hard wood contract, 104| cords at 5.50, 576.82 ; 

coal contract 1901. large eger, 1,211 tons 1,680 lbs, at 4.85, 5,877.42 

nut, 151 tons 1.950 lbs at 5 09, 773 55 ; stove, 155 tons 1 10 lbs at 5.09, 789. 23 ; 

screenings, 153 tons, 1,640 lbs at 2.60, 399.93 ; 

special contract, large eger, 20 tons, 600 lb3. at 5.50, 111.65 ; nub, 10 tons at 5.50, 55.00 , 

soft, 20 tons, 780 lbs. at 4.50, 91. 76 , 8,675 36 

Ritchie, John! Hay, 15 tons 1,260 lbs, 210.80; Rathbone, G: sawdust, 200 bbls, 20.00.... 230 80 

Ronnie, Wm : Seeds, etc., 40.80 ; Russill's at the Market : crocks, 36, 10.80 51 60 



666 14 

227 63 

688 01 

13 50 

15 43 

9 50 


233 06 
19 90 


4,402 79 

400 97 

38 00 

67 30 



52 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



[No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



ASYLUM FOR INSANE, TORONTO-(7on 

Expenses— Cow. 



Stewart, J. J: hay, 11,020 lbs, 79.16. 

Shannacy, W: carting lumber, 12.00 

Advtg. re fuel, 182.50 



Robertson, The Jas, Co : Iron, tinware, etc., 50.13; castings, repairs, etc., 84.77; valves, 31.28; 

gal. iron, 8 29 

Ross, W. K : Admission patients to circus : . . 

Simpson, F., & Sons: Lemons, 2 cases, 8.00 ; sundries, 12.50 ; raspberries, 663 bxs., 59.67 ; 

cherries, 12 baskets, 15.00 ; plums, 43 baskets, 23.80 ; blueberries, 6 baskets, 7.20; 

peaches, 5 bus., 15 00; grapes, 40 baskets, 10.00 ; melons, 7 00 

Smith, John B. & Sons: Shavings. 70.55 ; sundries, 1.05 ; blinds, 21.00 ; lumber, 951 ft, 19.02 
Sutcliffe, J., & Sons: Flanellette, 1,333 yds, 108.23 ; ticking, 241 yds, 38.60 ; 

denim 300 yds, 36.17 ; cotton, 535 yds, 48.17 ; holland, 47 yds, 6.11; royalette, 32 yds, 13.98 

Sanderson & Co : Stable brooms, 1 doz, 6.00 ; scrubs, 10 doz, 14.75 

Smith, M. E., & Co: Laundry soap, 220 lbs., 12.1.0 ; Smith & Lawrason, ammonia, 1 bbl, 16.50 
Stewart & Wood: white paint, 117 gals, 147 45 ; alabastine, 500 lbs, 32.50; 

whiting, 850 lbs, 7.66 ; paints and oils, 19.48 ; white lead, 1,036 lbs; 61.64 
Standard Vinegar Co: Vinegar, 299 gals, 74.75 ; 
Steele, Briggs Seed Co' Seeds, bulbs, etc, 64.50 ; 
Sundry Newspapers' Advtg. re supplies, 128.95 ; 
Sanders, Henry : Straw, 11 tons, 82.00; hay, 1 ton 860 lbs, 15 34 
Stevens, The J. Son & Co: Surgical app.13.15; St. Michael's Cathd'l: cab hire religious ser., 150.00 

Sentinel- Review: Sub. June 1900-1901, 1.00 ; sub. June 1901-1902, 1.00 

Toronto Coffee & Spice Co : Coffee, J, 025 lbs, 256.25; pepper, 280 lbs, 42.10 ; 

cream tartar, 50 lbs, 11.50 ; cinnamon, 10 lbs, 2.50; ginger, 50 lbs, 9.40; 

baking powder, 200 lbs, 36.00; spices, 30 lbs, 6.10 ; sundries, 2.40 

Tully, J. D: Drugs and chemicals, 23.75 ; Turnbull & Russell: Repairing elevator, 27.25. . 

Taylor, John & Co: Laundry soap, 12,061 lbs, 481.02 : toilet soap, 4£ gross, 24.22 

Toronto Electric Light Co: Light, 319.95 ; Toronto Railway Co: Car tickets, 110.12 

Turner & Porter : Interments, 16.00 ; Timpson, J. J: music supplied, 203.00 ... 

Tracy, W: Travelling expenses, 20.70 ; Turner, J. J. & Sons: flag and bunting, 20.25 

Upper Canada Tract Society : Bibles, 16.50 ; Tomlin, J : poultry, 100.25 

Wheeler & Bain : Iron, tinware, etc, 16.72; Warwick Bros. & ktutter: print'g&bind'g,139.S2 
Whillans, R. & Co: Lime, 7,200 lbs, 24.42; gravel, 12 yds, 10.20; elbows, 12, 6.27; 

cement, 17 bbls, 48.45 ; brick, 6,000, 48.00 ; plaster, I bbl, 2.00 ; loam, 33 loads, 16 50 ; 

sand, 16 yds, 10.00 ; cartage, .25 

Westminster Co: Subscription, 2 00 ; West Chemical Co: sanitary fluid, 41 gals, 41.00 . . . 

Wells, Josephine: Dentistry, 131.25 ; Waterworks Department: water, 3,366.79 

Wright, R. J : Inspection of scales 

Sundry persons : Accounts unenumerated under 10 00 



$174 47 


25 00 


158 17 


111 62 


251 26 


20 75 


28 60 


268 73 


153 91 


76 50 


311 45 


97 34 


163 15 


2 00 


366 25 


51 00 


505 24 


430 07 


219 00 


40 95 


116 75 


156 04 


166 09 


43 00 


3,498 04 


10 87 


26 11 



ASYLUM FOR INSANE, LONDON. 



R. M. Bucke, M.D . . .Twelve 
H. E. Buchan, M.D.. 
Frank Beemer, M.D.. 
W. T. WilsoD, M.D . .Eleven 

C. A. Sippi Twelve 

David Rodger , 

D. Mackenzie 

Norval Wanless 

Jas. B. Duff 

W- J. Alston Two 

F. H. Bailey Ten 

George Thurling 

Alex. Macfie 

George Ross 

Andrew Dick 

Wm. England 

Stokers (7) 

John A. Stewart 

Fred. MacVean 

T. Westcott 

Wm. Noble 

John Glenn 

Thos. Lashbrook 

Wm. Murdock 

John Gale 

Farm hands (3) 

L. McKinnon 

Geo. W. Rennie 

James. Gall 

Amos Duval Two 

Richard Flynn Twelve 



Salaries. ($39,034.47.) 

months' salary as Medical Superintendent 2,000 00 

do Assistant do 1,100 00 

do First Assistant Physician 1,000 00 

do Second do 833 34 

do Bursar. _ 1,400 00 

do Bursar's Clerk 800 00 

do Storekeeper 1,000 00 

do Assistant Storekeeper 600 00 

do Baker 300 00 

do Assistant Baker 36 00 

do do 180 00 

do Butcher r 360 00 

do Engineer 740 00 

do First Assistant Engineer 400 00 

do Second do (board) 420 00 

de Laundryman 300 00 

do 1,748 07 

do Carpenter 550 00 

do Assistant Carpenter ...... .. . 500 00 

do Plasterer and Bricklayer 600 00 

do Painter (board) 420 00 

do Tailor 460 00 

do Shoemaker 300 00 

do Farmer 650 00 

do Plowman 240 00 

do 648 00 

do Night Watchman 240 00 

do Gardener 500 00 

do Assistant Gardener 300 00 

do Second Assistant Gardener . . 50 00 

do Caretaker, Sewage Fields 384 00 



1901] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



53 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
ASYLUM FOR INSANE, LONDON-Cow. 
Salaries— Con. 



M. A. Pope Twelve months' 

! E.S.Parker.' do 

Cooks (6) do 

Housemaids (6) do 

Laundresses (4) do 

( H. Phelan ... Five do 

Lena Carroll Seven do 

M. O'Laughlin Twelve do 

Mary Hunt Three do 

Maggie Thirsk Nine do 

Penelope Gall Twelve do 

Maggie Doyle do 

Chief M. Attendants(3) do 

Male Supervisors (8). . do 

Mile Attendants (30). do 

M. A. Meehan do 

Female Supervisors (6) do 

Female Attendants(30) do 

Fern, night do (3) do 

Annie Roberts Eight do 

Julia Heighway Two do 

Ella Angus . Six do 

Maud E. Lockhart .... One-half do 



salary as Matron 

Assistant Matron. 



Dairymaid 

do 

First Tailoress 

Second do 

do do 

Typewriter and Portress . 
Assistant Portress 



Chief Female Attendant 



Trained Nurse . . . 

do 
Musical Directress 
do 



Expenses, ($86,468.58.) 



postage stamps; 33.50 ; 



book?, 154.75. 



Anderson, John & Co : Stationery, 3.30 ; 
Anderson & Nelles : Drugs and chemicals . . 

Angus, Geo : Admission of patient to circus 

Anders >n, James Apples, 7 bbls, 10.50 ; straw, 12 tons, 320 lbs, 60.80 ; potatoes, 26 bush, 24. 70; 

gravel, 4f cords, 19.00 . . 

Advertiser Printing Co: Subscription, 32.00 ; printing and advertising 17.25 

Anderson, Jas I, & Co: Books, 19.50 ; Allen, S: vinegar. 597 gal, 145.07 

American-Medico Psychological Assn : Annual dues 

American Journal of Insanity '. Subscription 

Brock, G. S Moss, 581 lbs, 58.10 ; Box, T. B: straw, 8 tons, 570 lbs, 41.42 

Brock, T Fish, 9,363 lbs, 772 72; Belton, Geo. H. & Co: dsd, lumber 5,000 ft, 228.00 ; 

lath, 1000 ft, 9.00 

Brown & Co : Boots & shoes, 4 pair 

Bailey, A: Turkeys, 713 lbs, 64.17 ; Boosenbery, E: expenses recovering eloper, 5.00 

Bell Telephone Co : Rent of phones, 198.00 ; messages, 4 35 

Brock, W. A: Repairing furniture and etc, 7.25 ; Burns, Jas. & Sons: horseshoeing, 141.58. 
Bucke, R.M.M.D: Table supplies, 297.94 ; allowance re furniture, 79.89 ; 

travelling expenses, 19.00 

Bursar : To pay sundries, 20 27 ; car tickets, 5.25 . . 

Cowan, James & Co: Glue, 50 lbs, 10.10 ; spades, 1 doz, 15,00 ; hoes 1| doz, 12.00 ; 

rakes, 1\ doz, 19.30 ; wheel-barrows, \ doz, 12.00 ; barb-wire, 416 lbs, 13.52 ; 

putty, 385 lbs, 11.55 ; glass, 36.00 ; iron, hardware and etc, 31.65 ; 

assort, forks, 2 doz, 25.10 ; shovels, 1 doz, 12 00 ; hose, 110 ft, 15.50 ; 

iron pipe, 215 ft, 23.69 ; steam pipe, 435 ft, 28.71 ; cross cut saw, 4.40 ; 

picks, 6 only, 6.00 ; Cyl. oil, 99 gals, 59.40 ; shaft oil, 47 gals, 19.00 ; 

casters, 20 setts, 15 00 ; wire nails, 6 kegs, 18 60 ; files, 3 doz, 9 00 
Central Prison Industries: Blankets, 1,124, 1,604.40; 

boots and shoes, 100 pair, 125,00 ; 

petticoating, 585 yds, 351 30 

Canadian Packing Co : Slaughter house refuse of hogs, 56 643 

bacon and hams, 506 lbs 

Craig, W. J : Pine, 4000 ft, 84.00 ; Cameron, L. K : papers and stationery, 16.50 

Creelman Bros., Typewriter Co : Exchange on typewriter 

Clark and Smith : Interments 

Clarke, John: Boots and shoes, 286 pair 

Chapman, G. E : Expenses recovering eloper 

Canala Moss Co: Moss, 350 lbs, 42.00 ; Canadian Bank of Commerce: Tea, 5,112 lbs, 824.76. 

Cairncross & Lawrence" Drugs and chemicals, 471 39 ; City Gas Co: Gas, 2,763.20 

Cottier, James: Rental of right of way through field between Asylum and Can. Pkg. Co .... 

Citizens' Gas Control Co : Rent of governors for 1900 t 

Canadian Express Co : Express charges 

Dobbie, J. & Son: Raisins, 700 lbs, 49.00 ; Duffin, Albert: expenses recovering eloper, 5.00. 

Darch, J. & Sons : Repairing harness, etc, 27.50 ; whips, 1 doz, 9.50 

Diamond Glass Co: Bottlps, 4 gro, 11.55 ; Dayman Wm. H: clothes baskets, 2 doz, 18.00 . . 
Dufton, A. C: Yarn, 218 lbs, 98.10 ; Dexter, T. & Son' bran, 5 tons, 640 lbs, 79.80 



tweed, 669 yds, 334.50 ; 
binder twine, 125 lbs, 10.00 ; 



$500 00 


300 00 


840 00 


717 33 


564 00 


50 00 


70 00 


168 00 


36 00 


108 00 


180 00 


120 00 


976 00 


2,148 00 


7,212 28 


250 00 


1,029 50 


3,946 70 


474 00 


160 00 


29 00 


90 00 


6 25 


191 55 


272 79 


25 00 


115 00 


49 25 


164 57 


5 00 


10 00 


99 52 


1,009 72 


8 15 


69 17 


202 35 


148 83 


396 83 


25 52 



397 52 



2,425 20 

283 22 

73 61 

100 50 

65 00 

126 00 

573 80 

4 50 

866 76 

3,234 59 

25 00 

200 00 

6 00 

54 00 

37 00 

29 55 

177 90 



54 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



[No. 1 



prune?, 3,150 lbs, 174.63, 

coffee, 294 lb*, 13 73 

sal soda, 750 lbs. 7. 50 

assorted peel, 42 lbs, 5.67 

pails, 4 doz, 7.00 

; matches, 14casfs, 41.25 

cod fish. 488 lbs, 24.40 



,683 36 


70 85 


52 20 


139 22 


80 90 


476 44 


113 04 


33 00 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
ASYLUM FOR INSANE, LONDON. -Con. 

Expenses— Con- 
Dart, S : Straw, 9,620 lbs, 24.05 ; potatoes, 114 bush, 49.40 $73 45 

Elliott, Marr & Co* Sugar, 10,958 lbs, 492.21 : 

tobacco, 607 lbs, 233.58 : pipes, 26 doz. 57.60 ; 

raisins. 1,596 lbs, 114.94 ; tapioca, 288 lbs. 13.00 ; 

blueing, 336 lbs, 57.12 ; table raisins, 4 brs, 14,00 ; 

vinegar, 127 gals, 32.50 ; mustard, 28 jars, 21.00 ; 

syrup, 145 gal, 46.20 : corn, peas, tomatoes, 28 doz. cans, 22.20 

sundries, 59.94 ; blacking, 1 gro, 9.00 ; 

starch. 908 lbs, 58.11 ; tubs, ^doz, 2.25 ; scrubs, 1 rioz, 5.50 ; raspberries, 12 doz cans, 19.80 

peaches, 18 doz. cans. 42.50 ; d. apples, 350 lbs, 15.75 ; brooms, 5 doz. 12 00 

corn-starch, 20 lbs, 260 ; yeast, 11 lb?, 4.40 ; molasses. 53 gals, 14.84 

candles, 36 lbs, 4.32 ; currants, 292 lbs, 17.52 ; almonds, 330 lbs, 36 30 

Element, W. J : Plaster, 5 lbs, 11.25 ; cement, 15 bbls, 42.00 ; lime, 22 bbls, 17.60 

Fraser, McMillan & Co : Rubber rugs, 21, 25.20 ; mitts, 6 doz, 27.00 

Ferguson, John & Sons : Pantisoti. 115 yards, 98. 75; seed, 53 lbs, 23.85 ; pillows, 3 pair, 7.50 

perf. seats, 12, 1 92 ; chairs, 18, 7.20 .... 

Fallon, Chas ' Straw, 11 tons 840 lbs, 57.10 ; Fitzgerald, F : Straw, 9,520 lbs, 23.80 

Farm Exchange Acct. : Dressed pork, 4,235 lbs, 254.10 ; eggs, 1,659 doz, 222.34 

Flaherty, M : Turkeys, 816 lbs, 73.44 ; Ferrol Co: ferrol, 12 doz , 39 60 

Free Press : Subscriptions, 24.00 ; Foster. J. G., & Co . directories, 9.00 

Garman, Eckert & Co : Allspice, 65 lbs, 13 00 ; pepper, 182 lbs, 52.44 ; nutmegs, 20 lbs, 16.00; 

coffee, 4.469 lbs, 1,148.25 ; chicory 300 lbs, 39.00 ; rye, 600 lbs, 24.00 ; extracts, 3 ga), 30.00 ; 

ginger, 25 lbs, 7.50 ; sundries, 10 65 1,340 84 

Graves, O. B : Moulding, 1,000 ft., 55.00; screw-eyes, 6 grs., 1.50 56 50 

Green, J. C, & Co : Ribbon, 270 yds , 25. 74 ; dress-caps, 1 doz, 9.90 ; hats, 10J doz, 24 88 ; 

lace, 63 doz, 43.45 ; sundries, 9.00 

Grinnell Bros : Sheet music, 4.45 ; Grant Hamilton Oil Co : laundry soap, 1,717 lbs, 68.68. 
Girvin, D : Veal, 1,416 lbs, 100.56 ; Gilleau, Thos : spectacles and cases, 6 doz. 24.00 ; 

keys, 35c . . 

Gammage, J. & Sons : Seeds, bulbs, etc, 51.15 ; Gurney Foundry Co : repairs to range, 10 40. 
Grand Trunk Railway Co : Frt. charges. 27.03 ; G. N. W. Telegraph Co: messages, 5 10. 
Hobbs Hardware Co: Cyl. oil, 47 gals, 27.32 ; shaft oil, 43 gals, 10.30; raw til, 45 gals, 37.89; 

shellac, 8 gals, 18 40 ; white lead, 1,600 lbs, 101.75 ; dryer, 10 gals, 12.50 ; g'ass, 44 10 ; 

nails, 8 kegs, 23 60 ; varnish, 13 gals, 20.65 ; benzine, 138 gals, 21.63 ; 

white zinc paint, 50 lbs, 5.00 ; paint. 25 lbs, 18.75 ; putty, 104 lbs, 2.61 ; 

paint brushes, l^doz, 14.81; glue, 30 lbs, 3.00 ; japan, 15 gals, 11.00 ; ochre. 75 lbs. 5.10; 

turpentine, 93 gals. 23.18 ; hose, 200 ft, 17.10 ; iron, hardware, 19 05 ; 

sanitary fluid, 43 gals, 53.75 

Bamilton, A. M. & Son: Corn meal, 24 bbls. 70.20 ; salt, 80 bags, 65.50 ; 

linseed meal, 3 bags, 12. 00 ; sundries, 7.30 ; seeds. 91.98 ; paris green, 22 bbls, 88.00; 

split peas, 15 bags, 34 25 ; beans, 31 bush, 37.50 ; land plaster, 16 bags, 9.60 ; 

paris green, 33 lbs. 8.25.... 

Hunt, E.N : W. lead. 400 lbs, 29.00; benzine, 44 gals, 10.24; varnish and shellac, 21 gals, 53.00; 

paints and oils, 16.00 108 24 

Hamilton Asylum : Boots & shoes, 203 prs, 319 05; Hoskin & Malloch : Rep. vehicles, 20 85 339 90 

Hobbs, John : Brooms. 15 doz, 45.00 ; Hunter, R: purchase of meat, 14,182.95 14,227 95 

Heaman, W., & Son: Wood, 15 cords, 86.25; fire brick, 700. 28 00; fire clay, 1,000 lbs, 10 00; 

pipe elbows, 19.75 ; lime, 53 bbls, 44 80 ; pipe, 60 ft, 8.40 ; land plaster, 6 bbls, 13.50 ; 

cement, 25 bbls, 78.75 ; tile, 2,891 ft, 121.10 ; sewer pipe. 180 ft, 50.40 460 96 

Hueston, R. Livery hire re religious services. 75.00 ; Heaman, Geo. blacksmithing, 45.60 120 6f. 

Hayward, W. J: Inspct. of scales, 5.75 ; Inst, for Deaf & Dumb: slippers, 70 prs, 64 00 69 75 

Johnson, J. L: Cups, 87 doz, 87.00 ; bowls, 36 doz. 43.20 ; tumblers, 130 doz, 97.50 ; 

plates, 90 doz, 89.50 : teas, 38 doz, 45.60 ; dishes, 3£ doz, 20.40 ; jugs, 2\ doz, 6.75 ; 

soup plates, 10 doz. 10.00; ewers, £ doz, 3.00 ; platters, 2 doz, 15.50 ; chinaware, 13.63. 432 OS 

Johnson, Chas. D: Rubber boots, 19 pair, 35.20 ; overshoes, rubbers, etc, 77 pair, 66.85. . 102 0E 

Kingston Asylum : Scrub brushes, 66 doz 141 0( 

Kernahan & Ferguson, lumber, 10,592 ft 177 0< 

Leith, G : (Balance 1900) Rid wheat contract, 10 bbls at 2.43 24 3( 

(1901 contract) 171 bbls at 2.80, 478.80 ; balance 1900) butter contract, 964 lbs at 20§=198.83 ; 

rid oatmeal, 110 bbls, 413.00 ; salt, 55 bbls, 62.50 ; dairy salt, 8 bbls, 20.30 ; 

pot barley, 150 lbs, 3.00 ; potatoes, 90 bags, 40.85 ; corn meal, 5 bbls, 15.00 ; 

corn meal, 10 bbls, 30.00 

London Hardware Co: Packing, 133 lbs, 69.48 ; iron, hardware, etc, 63.36 : 

lard oil, 172 gals, 158.69-; belting, 100 ft, 35.50 ; set screws, 20.65 ; 

coal scoops, | doz, 7.50 ; lace leather, 9| lbs, 11.86 : red lead, 50 lbs, 5.00 ; 

hose, 50 ft, 7.00 ; bolts, 7. 92 ; guage glasses, 3 doz, 10.00 ; iron, 635 lbs, 20.56 ; 

axes, £ doz. 7.50 ; wrenches, 3, 12.75 ; tin, 30 lbs, 16 36 ; shovels, \ doz, 7.50 ; 

assorted files, £ doz, 8.10 469 7 

London Heating and Ventilating Co ; Grate bars 16 7< 

London Tobacco Co: Tobacco, 618 lbs 244 3i 

London Engine Supples Co : Metallic sheeting, cement, etc. for engine 

London Brass Works Co: Flanges, 5.00 ; sundries, 15.75 ; valves, 8.78 



►,477 63 


41 29 


273 00 


153 00 


778 57 


46 14 


17 00 


129 26 


108 99 


41 39 



1901] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 55 

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
ASYLUM FOR INSANE, LONDON.-Con. 
Expenses— Con, 

Liddicott, E. L: Butter contract, 34,141 at 20§, 7,041.51 ; sugar, 48,800 lbs, 2,220.70 ; 

potatoes, 84 bush, 25 45 ; cheese, 1,784 lbs, 187.37 ; sundries, 2.60 

London Shoe Co : Boots and shoes, 73 pair 

Laidlaw, Watson Shoe Co : Boots and shoes, 144 pair 

London Street Railway Co: Carrying mail, 150.00 ; car tickets, 3.00 

London Soap Uo: Toilet soap, 96 bxs, 279 65 ; toilet soap, 14 grs, 45.50 ; 

ldry soap, 10,060 lbs, 452.72 ; soda, .70 

London Ammonia Co : Powder ammonia, 769 lbs 

London Advertiser : Printing, etc 

Lacey, R. F. & Co: Shoe leather, 385 lbs, 112.16 ; needle?, tacks and rivets, 17.10 ...... 

Lind, Wm : Paraffin wax, 430 lbs, 45. 15 ; Lewis, Geo Hay, 7 tons 1, 960 lbs, 63, °4 

Lewis, F: Turkeys, 325 lbs, 29.25 ; Leonard, E. & Sons: Repairing boilers, 12.14 

Masuret, M. & Co: Sugar, 5,394 lbs, 247.05 ; rice, 10,438 lbs, 391.43 ; starch, 948 lbs, 63.13 

ldry soap, 7 000 lbs, 210.00 ; tomatoes, 2 case*, 3 50 ; tobacco, 474 lbs, 199.08 ; 

evap apples, 1,000 lbs, 45.00 sal soda, 2,151 lbs, 18.80 ; tapioca, 423 lbs, 18 70 ; 

sago, 284 lbs, 12.79 ; prunes, 1,205, 60.20 ; blueing, 396 lbs, 67.32 ; syrup, 44 gals. 16.85 ; 

mustard, 80 lbs, 9.60 ; raitins, 840 lbs, 58.10 ; sardines, 1J doz tins, 3.60 ; 

lobsters, 1 doz tins, 3.00; corn starch, 40 lbs, 2.60; pails, 2 doz, 3.80; 

vinegar, 42 gals, 10.50 ; sundries, 33.59 1,478 64 

Murphy, J. B : Bacon and hams, 214 lbs, 28.84 ; lard, 800 lbs, 95.50 124 34 

Malloch, Wm. & Co: Castings, 75.43 ; labor, etc, 18.90 ; belting, 77 ft, 21.97 ; 

altering trucks, 14.20 130 50 

Marshall, John & Co: Rubber rugs, 160, 280.00 ; mitts, 3 doz, 59 40; 

corded cloth, 333 yds, 83.25 ; straw hats, 55 doz, 113.25 ; gloves, \ doz pair, 2.50 ; 

lined rugs, 10, 39 50 ; soft hats, l§doz, 20.00 ; rain coat, 11-00 ; robes, 4, 48.00. . 656 90 

Muir & Co Yarn, 450 lb«, 225.00 ; Magee, F. W : rent Auer light, 6.30 ; chimneys, .80 232 10 

Moir, George. Straw, 14,730, lbs, 36.32; McPhillips, W: sheet music, 30.85 67 67 

McLeod, N: Geese, 397 lbs, 31.76 : cheese, 2,283 lbs, 274.41 ; raisins, 700 lbs, 42.00 348 17 

Mclnnis, A: Seeds, bulbs, etc, 183.97 ; fertilizer, 2 tons, 60.00 243 97 

McGrady, James: Veal, 338 lbs, 25 91 ; McClary Mfg Co: castings for range, 19.48 .... 45 39 

McMurphy, D: Syrup, 42 gal, 39.90; McLaughlin, John: brick, 5,000, 35-00 74 90 

Neill, R: Boots and shoes 315 20 

Nelson, W. J : Share of maintenance of school children of Asylum officers, 150.00 465 20 

O' Donell, John : Expenses recovering eloper 9 00 

O'Meara, B : Cabhire, re religious services 132 00 

Perrin, D. S. & Co: Assorted biscuits, 1,423, lbs, 100.73; mixed candy, 507 lbs, 63.44 ; 

almonds, 500, lbs, 85.00 249 17 

Pavey, A. E. & Co: Tweed, 221 yds, 110.63 ; canvas, 124 yds, 22.36 ; ties, 5 doz, 11 25; 

hdks, 5 doz, 3.25 : shirts, ^ doz, 3.79 ; suiting, 250 yds, 125.00 ; buttons, 6.55 ; 

collars, 2 doz, 2.00 ; sundries, .40 285 23 

Peoples' Coal Co : (Balance 1900) coal contract, 758 tons 1,400 lbs. at 4.73, 3,588.65 ; 

(1901 contract) large egg, 1,845 tons 960 lbs. at 5. 30, 9,781.03; nut, 63 tons 201bs.at5.30, 333.95; 

stove, 210 tons 400 lbs. at 5.30,1,114.06 ; Briar Hill, 47 tons 1,010 lbs. at 4.90, 232.77 15,050 46 

Partridge, Thos. L : Iron pipe, 473 ft, 51.23 ; pipe fittings, 534 lbs 84.52 ; valves, 6.35 ; 

castings, etc, 108.71 ; pipe covering, 18 ft, 6.00 ; sundries, 2.36 259 17 

Pennycook, W : Hay, 6,680 lbs, 16,70 ; Postmaster : Rent of box, 6.00 22 70 

Parnell-Dean Steam Bkg. Co : (Balance 1900) flour contract, 82 bbls. at 3.15 258 30 

Parnell, E. Jr : Flour contract, 1,637^ bbls. at 3.28 5,37100 

Queen City Oil Co: Cyl. oil, 45 gals, 23 40; shafting oil, 45 gals, 11.52; 

paraffin wax, 915 lbs, 80.07 114 99 

Robinson, Little & Co : Linen thread, 29 lbs, 65.60 : yarn, 30 lbs, 11.25; shawls, 182, 123.74; 

braces, 5 doe, 11.25 ; gloves, 3 doz, 6.75 ; hose, 5 doz, 22.50 ; hoods, 2 doz, 11.00 ; 

vests, 1 dozen, 5.40 ; combs, 7 gross, 105 49 ; handkerchiefs, 4 doz, 2.10 ; 

muslin, 312 yds, 42; 12 ; silesia, 54 vds, 3.24 ; angola, 2.682, yds, 290.70 ; lining, 35£ yds, 6.21 ; 

print, 1,847 yds, 193.39 ; shirting, 3,704 yds, 381.31 ; tabling, 925 yds, 365.05 ; 

skirting, 362 yds, 39.62 ; sheeting, 3,063 yds, 443.68 ; flannel, 34 yds, 9.18 ; 

dowlas, 465 yds, 92 52 ; ticking, 1,246 yds. 198.55 ; cotton, 3,702 yds, 254.06 ; 

spools, 3 gro, 16.65 ; needles, 6,000, 5.70 ; buttons, 12.25 ; lawn, 98 yds, 10.80 ; 

terry, 483 yds, 71.28 ; hessiarj, 580 yds, 137.85 ; warp, 30 bdles, 24.75 ; 

Canadian ensign, 1, 15.00 ; cambric, 63 yds, 7.30 ; twist, \ lb, 4.00 ; buttons, 5 doz, 6.31 ; 

towelling, 1,114 yds, 144.66 ; holland, 48 yds, 5.52 ; mufflers, 4 doz, 8.55 ; 

curtains, 2 pair, 5.40 : lustre, 44 yds, 16.28; blankets, 3 pair, 12.60 ; sundries, 83.15 . . 3,272 76 
JiJReid, James & Co : Iron, hardware, 111.43 ; spoons, 30 doz, 50.25 ; sash cord, 5 lbs, 4.25 : 

padlocks, 4 doz, 12.00 : forks, 1 doz, 4.50 ; rim locks, \\ doz, 10.35 ; screws, 24 gro, 15.37 ; 

brushes, \ doz, 3 25 ; bitts, 1 doz, 6.75 ; bolts, 244, 7.32 ; knives, 6 doz, 27.00 ; 

hoes, 2 doz, 12.25 ; lawn mower 12.00 ; scythes, 1 doz, 7.50 ; wire, 7.92 : 

shears, \ doz, 4.25 ; pruning knives, 5, 4.25 ; chairs, 6 doz, 6.00 ; castors, 12.10 ; 

rope, 1,000 ft, 42.50; keys. 3 doz, 3.15 ; twine, 3 75 368 14 

jjjReid Bros. & Co : Blank books, 144.00 ; stationery, 147.10 ; playing cards, 18 doz, 27.00 ; 

78 toilet paper, 2 cases, 20.00 ; ink, 1 doz. quarts, 9.00 347 10 

36 Russell, E. H. Co: Soil pipe, 22.30; iron pipe, 205 ft, 12.83 ; castings, 36.19 7132 

92 Rogers Electric Co : Electrical supplies, 20.70 ; Rolph, Smith & Co : stamping, 6.00 26 70 

$ Robson W : Turkey, 175| lbs, 19.34 chickens, 6 pair, 4.05 23 39 



56 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 

ASYLUM FOR INSANE, LONDON -Con. 

Expenses— Con. 

Rennie, Geo. W : Orchestra for ball, 30.00 ; Ritchings, H. S : entertainment, 10.00 $40 00 

Struthers, R. C, & Co: Cotton, 8.761 yds 611.68; ticking, 1,032 yds, 162 93; 

print, 722 yds, 74.49 ; towelling, 526 yds, 50.46 ; linen thread, 2| lbs, 14.85 ; 

flannelette, 1,336 yds, 13766 ; underwear, 1 doz, 9.00 ; hose, 7 doz, 29.90; 

warp, 75 bundles, 69.75 ; braces, 7 doz, 13.60 ; spools, 9 gro, 48.60 ; muslin, 320 yds, 31.84 ; 

skirting, 283 yds, 32.61 ; hdkfs., 9 doz, 7.85 ; jean, 162 yds, 16.20 ; buttons, 4.05 ; 

quilts, 250, 223.00 ; table lineD, 305 yds, 114.36 ; crash, 269 yds, 29.33 ; 

shirting, 2,182 yds, 237.93 ; d^nim, 203 jds, 26.96 ; cotton thread, 4 doz, 22 50 ; 

silesia, 331 yds, 23.17 ; sundries, 61.29 2,054 01 

Screaton A. & Co : Carpet, 128 yds, 129.62 ; curtains, 2 pair, 8 00 ; tweed. 90 yds, 23.93 ; 

square, 5.50; blind linen, 68 yds, 15.65; grille work, 36 ft, 21.60; 

shade cloth, 50 yds., 23.28 ; dress goods, 559 yds., 139.81 ; mats, 23, 25.75 ; 

muslin, 66 yds, 16.50 ; table covers, 16, 19.00 ; >ugs, 23.00 ; cretonne, 19 yds, 6.65 ; 

sundries, 15.00 ; damask, 12 yds, 6.00 ; screen, 130 yds, 13 05 492 34 

Stevely, W., & Son: Gas globes, 6 doz, 15.75 ; enamelled mugs, 5 doz, 11.25 ; 

iron hardware, 102 71 ; solder, 38 lbs, 9.50 ; galvanized iron, 296, lbs, 18.50 ; 

tin plate, 3 bns, 32.50 ; milk can handles, 36 pair, 9.00 ; lantern globes, 9 doz, 15.25 ; 

lanterns, 3 doz, 32 25; dust pans, 1 doz, 3 50 ; tinned iron, 358 lbs, 30.97 ; 

charcoal, 30 bush, 6.00; galvanized iron pipe, 20.00; enamelled chambers, 6 doz, 45.00; 

enamelled pitchers, 1 doz, 9.00 ; kettles, 2, 3 50 364 68 

Saunby, J. O: (Balance 1900) rolled oatmeal contract, 10 bbls at 3.38, 33 80; shorts, 1 ton, 18 00 51 80 

Strong, W. T. & Co: Drugs and chemicals, 376 85 ; baking powder, 29 d z, 87.00; 

hair brushes, 1 doz, 9.00; sundries, 57.60 ; marking ink, 3 bot, 19.20 549 65 

Sifton & Co: Subs newspapers and magazine*, t 9.30 ; 

delivering mail from June, 1900, t«. December 31, 1901, 36.00 ; diaries, 3 doz, 36.00 ; 

almanacs, 12, 6.00 ; Bibles, 3 doz, 17.90 ; hymn b >oks, 28, 10 20 ; stationery, 9.60 ; 

postage stamps, 164.00 

Spittal, Sabine & Co: Tweed, 2,028 yds, P04.32; Sanborn, G. W. & Co: tea, 1,212 lbs, 266.64 

Sundry newspapers: Advertising re supplies, 123 50 ; advertising re fuel, 191.50 

Scatcherd, Ed: Turkeys, 329 lbs, 29.61 ; hay 41 tons 540 lbs, 330.16 ; 

cordwood contract, 104| cords at 6.00, 624 75 

Shuff, J. G. Drugs and chemical?, 24.77 ; nitrate soda, \ ton* 43.25 ; fly paper, 4 cases, 18.00 
Smith, W. J. & Son : Interments, 63.00; Stevenson, J ' cleaning tank and chimneys, 63 20 
Smyth, H: Expenses recovering eloper, 7.15 ; Sippi, C. A.: Travelling expenses, 11 00. . 

Trebilcock, J. C: Eggs, 1,117 doz, 234.71; cheese, 7552 lbs, 919 73; geese, 611 lbs, 48.88 ; 

sundries, 145 

Trebilcock, Thos. : 150 acres pasture land, 240 00 ; Tyler, Alfred: tea, 2,565 lbs, 564.41 

Tremain, R. : Apples, 7 bbls, 17.50 ; Talbot, A. & Co. : Printing, advertising, etc., 10.25. . 
Tennent, J. H., V.S. : Medicines, 33.50 ; Tackaberrv, M. : hay, 2 tons 240 lbs, 15.90 . . 

Welford Bros. : Brooms, 107 doz, 282.55 ; twine, 120 lbs, 26.70 ; rope, 37 lbs, 7.40 ; 

sundries, 1.63 318 28 

Western Woollen Co. : Tweed, 2,231 yds, 1,115.88; canvas, 429 yds, 69.81; silesia, 181 yds, 27 14; 

pocketing, 39 yds, 5.85 ; italian. 56 yds, 36.75 ; braces, 14 doz, 20 37 ; ties, 5 doz, 12.00 ; 

buttons, 12 gross, 12.15 ; scarlet cloth, 12 yards. 27.00 ; sundries, 16.73 1,343 68 

Walsh, P : Coal oil, 539 gals, 107.75 ; Westcott, Thos. : veal, 110 lbs, 7.70 115 45 

Wilkins, J. E : Potatoes, 33 bush, 13.65; Wilson, Jas.: spirits for medicinal purposes, 47.25. 60 90 

Wilkins, W. : Fruit, sundry, 3.95 ; apples, 17 bbl?, 34.00 ; oranges and lemons, 7.50 . . 45 45 

Watson, Wm. : Shoe leather, 127 lbs, 29.28 ; Woods, R. : wood, 10 cords, 52.50 ; 

apples, 6 bbls, 12.00 93 78 

Woods, J. C. : Cups, 41 doz 26.00 ; cups and saucers, 12 doz, 12 60 ; tea plates, 6 doz, 4.50 ; 

quart jars, 2 gross, 18.60 ; glassware, 2.40 69 10 

Wbittemore, H. F.: Lantern slides 50.00; Whitter, Thos.: hay, 7,280 lbs, 29.12 ... .. 79 12 

Westman, A. : Repairing instruments, 7.20 ; brushes, 4.75 ; razor hones, 3, 6.00 

Wilson, W. T., M. O. ' Re transfer from Brockville. 22.40 ; travelling expenses. 9 00 31 40 

Wickens, A. M. : Travelling expenses inspection boilers 8 9© 

Yeo, A. T. : JugB, 1 doe, 6.00 ; basins. 1 doz, 6.00 ; vinegars, 1 doz, 3.50 ; soaps, 1 doz, 3.00 ; 

plates, 30 doz, 30.00 ; spittoons, 3 doz, 26.00 ; rhina, glassware, 25.30 ; dishes, 1 doz, 9.00 ; 

cups and saucers, 14 doz, 14.00 ; sas globes, 6 doz, 18 00 ; cups, 20 doz, 15.00 ; 

bowls, 8 doz, 11.20 ; glasses, 20 doz, 7.00 174 00 

Sundry persons : Accounts unenumerated under 10.00 69 01 

ASYLUM FOR INSANE, KINGSTON. 

Salaries ($26,015.57). 

C. K. Clarke, M.D . . . Twelve months' salary as Medical Superintendent $ 2,000 00 

J. M. Forster, M.D... do Assistant do 1,100 00 

W. C. Herriman, M.D do Assistant Physician 900 00 

W. R. Dick do Bursar 1,200 00 i. 

A. McLean do Steward 600 00 

J. McManus do Storekeeper 750 00 

W.Potter do Engineer 740 00 

A. Mackie do Bursars Clerk 800 03 



339 00 
570 96 
315 00 


984 52 
86 02 

126 20 
18 15 


,204 77 

804 41 

27 75 

49 40 



" 



1901 ] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



57 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continue**. 



ASYLUM FOR INSANE, KINGSTON-Cow. 



J. Dennison Twelve months' salary 

Geo. Watson do 

T. W. McCammon do 

W. Carr do 

H. Ross do 

W. Madill.... Ten do 

A. W. Arbuckle One and l-4th do 

J. Graham Twelve do 

Stokers (3) do 

J. Davidson do 

Male Supervisors (7) . . do 

Male Attendants (16) . . do 

T. McGuire do 

A. Mclver do 

J. McMaster Five do 

A. W. Arbuckle . . . Three do 

C. Kelso 1 and l-3rd do 

J. Cairns 2-3rds do 

W. H. Jones One do 

Geo. E. Keyes do 

Night-watchmen (2) ..Twelve do 

J. P. Peirer do 

T. Gallagher do 

Frances Wilson Nine do 

M. Thompson One do 

M.Gibson Twelve do 

Female Supervisors (6) do 

Fern ale! Attendants (13) do 

Cooks (2) do 

M. McDonald Two do 

M. Dean Ten do 

F. Stoness do 

Gertrude Burk Two do 

Laundresses (2) Twelve do 

Maids (4) do 

W. G. Milligan Services @ $3.00 per week 



Salaries— Con. 


$550 00 


Tailor.. . 


500 00 




450 00 




450 00 




500 00 


Musical Instructor 


250 00 


do 

Second Engineer 


32 00 

350 00 


925 00 


Chief Attendant 


400 00 

1,980 00 

4,600 00 


Butcher 

Laundryman 

Messenger 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


300 00 

290 00 

90 00 

52 20 

24 97 

11 03 

18 00 

18 00 

600 00 


Matron 


500 00 


Assistant Matron 

Trained Nurse 

do 


300 00 

180 00 

20 00 

192 00 


1.010 54 


Seamstress 


1,887 13 

. . . 295 03 

20 00 


do 


100 00 


Portress 


100 00 


do .... 


20 00 

276 00 

483 64 


week 150 00 



Expenses ($49,683 27). 

Abernethy, A: Boots and shoes, 40 pair, 40.00 ; rubber coat, 6.00 ; rubbers, 3 pair, 2.25 ; 

rubber boots, pair, 3.50 ; laces, 30c 

Armstrong & Co: Long boots, 28 pair, 56.00 ; Armstrong, Alex: horseshoeing, 16.37 . . 

American Medico Psychological Assn. : Subscptn., 5.00 ; Alexander, J : oats, 180 bush., 50.00. 

Anderson Bros : Suear, 1,261 lbs, 54.29 ; tea, 100 lbs, 25.00 ; sundries, 2.30 

Blakey, A : Meat, 6,850 lbs, 380.60 ; Bridge, A : beeswax, 60 lbs, 18.00 

Boulter, W. & Sons Corn, 6 doz cans, 4.80 ; raspberries, 20 doz cans, 33.00 ; 

strawberries. 20 doz cans, 33.00 ; peas, 6 doz cans, 5.10 ; tomatoes, 36 doz cans, 31.50 ; 

sundries, 1.60 . . 

Brown, J: Lime, 345 bush, 62.10 ; flower pots, 300, 5.05 ; sundries, 1.50 

Bell Telephone Co : Rent of phones, 80.00 ; messages, 4.60 

Bursar : To pay sundries 

Crawford, James' (Bal. 1900) potato contract, 177| bush at 45c, 79.87 ; sugar, 5,688 lbs, 257 65; 

syrup, 3,960 lbs, 138.61 ; eggs, 197 doz, 37.95 ; cheese. 506 lbs, 53.27 ; apples, 49 bbls, 83 50; 

tea, 425 lbs, 106.25 ; bker powder, 12 lbs, 6.00 ; biscuits, 6 60 ; beeswax, 14i lbs, 4.35 ; 

prunes, 200 lbs, 10 00 ; coffee, 200 lb», 50.00 ; apples, 3 doz tins, 6.00; blacking, 6 doz, 4.50; 

pails, 2 doz, 4.00; bkg soda, 192 lb<*.7.20; ldry starch. 160 lbs, 1120; tapioca, 191 lbs 13.37; 

mustard, 24 lbs, 4.80 ; vinegar, 42 gals, 10.50 ; pepper, 50 lbs, 9.00 ; berries, 11.61 ; 

sundries, 22.34 . 

Oouper, D: Tea, 1,060 lbs, 265.00; chop feed, 1 ton, 21.00; apples. 1 bbl, 1.75; egg*, 50 doz, 7.50; 

gluten meal, 1 ton, 20.00 ; sugar, 1.962 lbs, 82.86 ; bran, 1,000 lbs, 9 00 ; sundries, 2 25 
Craig, W. G. & Co: Sugar, 11,865 lbs, 491.37 ; tobacco, 373 lbs, 178 69 ; cheese, 172 lbs, 15 91 ; 

brooms, 27 doz, 70 20 ; soap, 39 bxs, 156.00 ; vinegar, 241 gals, 47.76 ; pepper, 80 lb", 12.00; 

sal soda, 371 lbs, 2 81 ; mustard. 90 lbs, 11.25 ; pails, 2 doz, 3.90 ; salt, 30 60 ; 

ldry starch, 500 lbs, 23.75 ; tea, 192 lbs, 48.00 ; bkg powder, 8 doz, 20 95 ; 

rice, 2,500 lbs, 83.13; jam. 84 lbs, 5.67; beans, 14§ bu«h, 22 73; raspberries, 4 doz cans, 5.80; 

strawberries, 4 doz cans, 6.60 ; prunes, 200 lbs, 10.00 ; syrup, 13,964 lbs, 460.31 ; 

sundries, 27.74 

Crumley Bros: Linen thread, 2 lbs, 5.90 ; spools, 10 gro, 72.00 ; buttons, 6 gro, 8.75 ; 

duck, 221 yds, 48 48 ; linen, 104 yds, 25.40 ; print, 354 yds, 40.11 ; mitts, 7 doz, 28.50 ; 

muslin, 106 yds, 13 25 ; sundries, 17.85 ; sheeting. 38 yds, 11.40 ; blankets, 54, 46.50 ; 

ticking, 387 yds, 96 75 ; shirting, 545 yds, 68.19 ; cotton, 983 yds, 73.59 ; 

tc welling, 155 yds, 18.10; buttons, 2 gro, 3.00 



52 05 
72 37 
55 00 
81 59 
398 60 


109 00 
68 65 
84 60 
23 41 



938 57 
409 36 



1,735 17 



577 77 



58 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
ASYLUM FOR INSANE, KINGSTON- Cow. 
Expenses— Con. 

Ohown, A. & Co: Brooms, 6 doz, 4.50; broom cord, 20 lbs, 12,00 ; varnish, 6 gal, 16.75 ; 

iron, hardware, etc, 110.00 ; farm implements, 21.06 ; white lead, 1,300 lbs, 87.00 ; 

glass, 15.00 $266 31 

Corbett, John: Turpentine, 20 gal, 18.00 ; brushes, 6, 8.10 ; wht lead, 400 lbs, 28.50 ; 

iron, hardware, etc, 21 85 ; cement, 3 bbls, 9.00-; glass, 34.00 ; paint brushes, 7, 10 50 ; 

farm implements, 30 28 ; kalso brushes, £ doz, 9 00 

Carson, R: Tobacco, 115 lbs, 47.64; Canadian Packing Co* brawn, 3,600 lbs, 287.90 

Central Prison Industries: Flannel, 507J yds, 127.37 ; braces, 12 doz pr, 29.05 

Carson Bres : Chop feed, 14£ tons, 319.50 ; seed potatoes, 4,820 lbs, 32.09 

Cumming, Jas (Balance 1900) rid oats, contract, 7 bbls at 3.75 

Croft, Geo : Hay. 14 tons 

Campbell Bros Uniform caps, 2\ doz, 22.50 ; mitts, 2 doz, 12.00 ; sundries, 1.00 ; 

s-ofc hars, 2 doz, 18.00; straw hats, 9 doz, 14.40 

Crawtord,R: Slab wood, 7 cords, 25 50 ; cannel coal, 3 ton 1,800 lbs, 25.35 ; soft coal,l ton, 6.50 ; 

kindling wood,£ cord,2.00 ; (coal contract) large egg, 1,339 tons 550 lbs, at 4.29, 5,745.48 ; 

small egg, 237 tons 1,690 lbs, at 4.51, 1,072.68 ; nut, 25 tons 1,950 lbs, at 4.51, 117.15 ; 

stove, 14 tons 550 lbs, at 4.51, 64.38 ; hard screenings, 468 tons at 2.11, 987.48 

Clow, Lewis: Chop feed, 3 ton 1,340 lbs, 78.60 ; bran, 2£ tons, 51.50 ; 

linseed meal, 5U lbs, 2.50 ; oats, 58 bush, 23 .20 

Clugston, Thos: Masonry, etc, 25 50 ; Cliff, Joshua: straw 1,700 lbs, 6.80 

Clarke, C. K., M.D: Table allowance, 392.82; allowance re furnishings 96.56; 

travelling expenses, 27. 35 ; expenses attending convention, 86.00 

Campbell, James; Postage stamps, 195.50 ; Carveth, J. A. & Co: medical books, 11.00 .. 

Canadian Express Co : Charges, 12.60 ; raspberries, 432 boxes, 21.60 

C.P.R. Telegraph Co: Telegrran b, 1.80 ; Collector of Customs: duty charges, 2 40 

Dom. Fish Co: Fish, 5,232 lbs, 242.70 ; Dick, W. J. & Son: boots and shoes, 50.30 

Dom. Express Co : Charges 

Elliott, Bros: Hose, 25 ft. 4.25 ; sheet rubber, 27 lbs, 12.69 ; closets, 2, 25.00 ; 

gal iron, 138 lbs, 11.04 ; iron pipe, 109 ft, 8.76 ; plaster paris, 1 bbl, 2.25 ; 

couplings, etc, 20.48 ; valves, 19.20 ; iron hardware, etc, 45.82 ; cement, 2 bbls, 6.80.. 

Elliott, T. C: Eggs, 57 doz 

Fleischmann & Co : Yeast, 191 lbs, 57.30 ; Ferrol Co : medicines, 19.80 

Fee, Wm: Pork, 175 lbs, 17.50 ; ham, 282 lbs, 33.84 

Farm Exchange Account: Pork, 3,360 lbs 201.60 ; veal, 180 lbs, 9.00 210 60 

Flower, James . Turnips, 60£ bags 21 18 

Gilbert, J : Tea, 590 lbs, 147.50 ; sugar, 2,319 lbs, 104.49 ; tobacco, 47 lbs, 17.39 ; 

coal oil, 272 gals, 56.31 ; bkg powder, 1 doz, 6.00 ; blacking, 6 doz, 4.50 ; 

eggs, 128 doz, 18.75 ; bees wax, 48 lbs, 14.40 ; biscuits, 5.76 ; coffee, 142 lbs, 35.50 ; 

sundries, 22.10 432 70 

Garlock Packing Co: Packing, 8 lbs, 11.44 ; asbestos covering, 9.94 21 38 

Grant Hamilton Oil Co: Lndry soap, 98.24 ; Gilmour, E. A: exp recovering eloper, 6.85. 105 09 

Greenwood, F: Hay, 34 tons 1,060 lbs, 388.96 ; straw, 17 tons 920 lbs, 111.48 500 44 

G. T. Railway Co Freight charges, 31.55 ; G.N.W. Telegraph Co: telegrams, 8.43 . . 39 98 

Hunt Bros : (Balance 1900) flour contract, 20 bbls at 3.18 63 60 

(1901 contract) 945 bbls at 3.37 3,184 65 

Halligan, J. & Co! Tea, 360 lbs, 90 00 ; sugar, 1,263 lbs, 55.04 ; eggs, 30 doz, 4.50 149 54 

Hunter, R : Meat purchase, 5, 553. 55 ; Harkness, W : meat, 7, 260 lbs, 435. 60 5, 989 15 

Hiscock, J: Tea, 520 lbs, 130.00 ; berries, 288 boxes, 18.72 ; plums, 14.90 ; grapes, S.10 171 72 

Hobbs Hardware Co: Sanitary fluid, 42 gals, 56.70 ; Hartrick,E. J: ser as electnan, 26.25 82 95 

Harrison, T. F. Co: Hair. 400 lbs, 100.00 ; mirrors, 8.50 ; upholstering, 21.95 ; glass, 3.75. 134 20 ^ 

Herriman, W. C, M.D : Expenses re transfer from Hamilton 16 73 

Hantz, The J. F. Co : Surgical instruments 19 81 

Hogan Wm : Blksmthg and horseshoeing 20 71 

Johnston, A. C. & Bro : Repairing clocks, 12.50 ; brooches, 4, 6.00 18 50 

Kirkpatrick M : Picture frame moulding, 1,177 ft, 52.37 ; backing, 1,000 ft, 8.00 60 37 

K. P. & C. Electric Ry Co: Car tickets, 81.00 ; ft. charges, 11.00 ; electrical supplies, 12.50 104 50 

Livingstone, U. & Bro: Overcoats, 5, 30.00 ; suits, 70, 343.75 ; shirts, 2 doz, 18.00 

ties, 12 doz, 19.20 ; canvas, 75 yds, 10.13 ; serge, 50£ yds, 131.30 ; sundries, 1 00. 553 38 

Laidlaw, John & Sen : Sateen, 50 yds, 9.00 ; lawn, 88 yds, 13.20 ; ribbon, 95 yds, 10.52 ; 

wincey, 199 yds, 24.87 ; pillow cotton, 378 yds, 43.79 ; damask, 88 yds, 43.37 ; 

curtains, 3 pr, 3.89; curtain muslin, 100 yds, 10.00 ; frilling, 6 doz, 6.00; sundries, 6.16 

Lowe, S : Eggs, 236 doz, 37.26 ; soap, 2 bxs, 9.00 ... 

Laturney, Jas: Repairing vehicles, 112.95 ; Lawless, P. F: brooms, 12 doz, 28.20 

Lyons, N: Spectacle cases, 120, 7.20; tpectacles, 1 doz, 3.12 . 

Mitchell, W. A: White lead, 1600 lbs, 113.00 ; turpentine, 40 gals, 35.50; whiting, 2 lbs, 10.20; 

varnish, 1 gal, 3.50; shellac, 1 gal, 3.50 ; horse blankets, 1 pair, 6.00; japan, 5 gal?, 8.75; 

glass, 33.95 ; iron hardware, etc, 20.10 234 50 

Mitchell, E. C: Drugs and chemicals, 16.15 ; Medley, W. H: drugs and chemicals. 43.93. . 60 08 

Mah. od, Geo W: Drugs and chemicals, 89.17 ; Manning, J.W: maple syrup, 40 gals, 40.00 129 17 

Mahood, P. S : Combs, 46 doz, 43.80 ; whisks, 3.73 , brushes, \ doz, 3.90 51 43 

Mills, G. & Co: Mitts, 4 doz, 24.00 ; felt hats, 4 doz, 36.00 ; straw hats, 8 doz, 12.00 . 72 00 

Massie, W. jr: Pine, 1000 ft, 30.00 ; sundries, 3.50 33 50 

Monetary Times : Subscription 2 00 



169 23 1 


335 54 1 


156 42 


351 59 


26 25 


60 00 


67 90 


8,046 52 


153 80 


32 30 


602 73 


206 50 


34 20 


4 20 


293 00 


5 65 


156 29 


12 35 


77 10 


51 34 



1901] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



59 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



ASYLUM FOR INSANE, KINGSTON-Con. 



Expenses— Cow. 

McRae W. R. & Co: Sugar, 7,131 lbs, 308.96; coffee, 1,164 lbs, 291.13 ; tobacco, 711 lbs, 278.57 
rice, 4,000 lbs, 141.25 ; eggs, 49 rloz, 9.31 ; spirits for medicinal purposes, 11 gals, 32.00 ; 
chicory, 1.007 lbs, 151.05; prunes, 1,000 lbs, 53.00; figs, 681 lbs, 34.05; raisins.H21bs, 10.08; 
salt, 4 bbls, 5.00 ; syrup, 1,249, 37.47 ; tea, 200 lbs, 50.00 ; canned fish, 4 doz. cans, 6.00 ; 

sundries, 11.04 $1,418 91 

McRae Rros: Prunes, 4f0 lbs, 20.00 ; mustard, 20 lbs, 6.00 ; tea, 100 lbs, 25,00 ; 

sugar, 618 lbs, 28.12 ; svrup, 625 lbs, 18.75 ; spirits f or rr edicinal purposes, 12.40 110 27 

McFaul, R: Shirting. 1.130 yds, 124.35 ; muslin, 130 yds, 34.00 ; sheeting, 117 yds, 29.38 ; 
denim, 100 yds. 25.00; curtains, 1 pair, 5.00 ; gimp, 9 doz. 3.60; scrim, 179 yds, 15.25 ; 
mats, 4,10.00; blankets. 70 pr, 140.00; table linen, 36J yds, 16.32; pillow cotton,533 yds, 65. 94; 
forfar bnen, 502 yds, 150.90 ; towelling, 369 yds, 36.95 ; yarn, 2381bs, 82.57; 

satin, 83 yds, 29.25 ; tweed, 147 yards, 58.85 : matting, 15 yds, 11.25 ; wall paper, 7.00; 
gimp. 4£ doz, 1.74 ; ticking, 112 yds, 16.27 ; gingham, 344 yds, 37.84 ; towels, 12 doz, 21.00; 

sundries, 5 35 927 81 

McBroom Bros: Yarn, 20 libs, 75.48; socks, 60c 76 08 

McKelvey & Birch: Lanterns, i doz, 4.50 ; grate bars, 2, 4.50 ; cash box, 1, 4.00 ; 

packing, 11 lbs, 8.25 ; iron tinware, 91.52 ; closet bowl, 17.00 : fire bricks, 400, 12.00 ; 

cnal scoops, 6, 6 60 ; grate, 22.25 ; castings, 13.67 184 29 

McGruire, A' Mutton, 5,940 lbs, 415.80; McGuire, F: expenses buying stock, 9.00 424 80 

Mc^uire, F: Poultrv, 6.75 ; eg%°, 83 doz. 10.77 17 52 

MacKay. John : Shoe leather, 1,220 lbs, 386 24 ; thread, nails, wax, etc, 27.73 413 97 

McLean, Allen: Patients to circus. 28.00 ; expenses patient visiting sister, 10.00 38 00 

Maclean, A: Split peas, 4 bbls at 3.90, 15.60 ; chopping suet, 71c * 16 31 

McFarland. M Hay, 7 ton, 1.630 lbs, 93.78; straw, 4 ton, 1,800 lbs, 31.85: oats, 537§ bus,179.47 305 10 

McLeod, Jas. B : Drugs and chemicals 515 41 

N^sbeti, F Stationery, etc, 68.35 ; Nicholson, Thos : corn beef, 7,104 lbs, 426.24 " 494 59 

Napanee Beaver " Subscriptions , 4 00 

Ontario Rubber Co: Bed, 26.00 ; Olsen, John : fish, 2,043 lbs, 119.36 145 36 

O'Brien, Alex: Tweed, 375 yds, 187.63 ; Oram & Carter: subscriptions Daily News, 9.00. . 196 63 

Orser, H. C Veal, 3,504 lbs, 175.20 ; mutton, 477 lbs, 33.39 208 59 

Pussley, Dingman & Co* Laun-irv soap, 8,755 lbs, 393.97 ; comfort soap, 30 boxes, 54.00 447 97 

Provost, Z : Tweed, 754 yds, 372.81 ; Picton Times: subscription, 2 00 374 81 

Pollie, J ' Boilers. 6, 18.00 ; iron, tinware, etc, 6.10 ; labor, 63 days, 173.25 197 35 

Pense, E. J. B : Printing, advertising, etc 160 25 

Queen Citv Oil Co" Gas oil, 73 bbls 557 88 

Redden, James & Co . (Balance 1900) dairy butter contract, 709 lbs at 17£, 124.08, (balance 1900) 
creamery butter, 100 lbs at 21, 21.00 ; (1901 creamery contract) 8,594 lbs at 21J. 1,847.79 
(1901 dairy contract), 9,544 at 18J, 1,765.60; oatmeal contract, 74 bbls at 3.45, 255.30 
potato contract, 2526J bus at 32, 808.53 ; tea, 200 lbs, 50.00 ; eggs, 890 doz, 137.85 

apples, 69£ bbls, 117.45; pails. 3 doz. 5.40; chickens, 712 lbs, 37.22; canned fish, 3 doz, 5.25 
biscuits, 25 26; fi?s. 133 lbs, 7.44; cream tartar, 10 lbs. 3.00; tubs. 5, 7.50 
beeswax, 51^1bs, 18.03; beans, 20 bus, 31.60; matches, 4 cases, 18 00; tobacco, 309 lbs, 113.14 
poultry, 400 lbs, 24 00; sugar. 930 lbs, 37.71; coffee, 1.040 lbs, 260 00; onions, 23^bus, 20 85 
barley, 14 bbls, 63.00 ; fish, 1,100 lbs, 41.00 ; cod, 1,250 lbs, 47.13 ; currants, 44 lbs, 4.84 
starch, 300 lbs, 24.00; toilet soap, 44 doz, 34 50 ; salt, 4 bbls 5.00 ; ass't fish, 3 doz, 4.50 
split peas, 11 bbls, 51.85 ; cheese, 252 lbs, 25.20 ; peaches, plums and pears, 6 doz, 12.00 

sundries. 101.65 ; jam, 2 doz, 3.00; raisins, 56 lbs, 4.76 6,164 43 

Rees, E. R- Beef, 15,000 lbs, 763.00; v*>al. 9,976 lbB, 598.56; lamb, 124 lbs, 9.30 

meat blocks, 2. 6.00 ; mutton, 180 lbs, 14.40 1,391 26 

Rees, A. J: Candy, 180 l»-s, 23.80 ; nuts, 130 lbs, 20.80 ; raisins, 2 boxes, 6.50 

oranges, 35 doz, 11.00 ; lemons, 4.63 ; bags, 600, .90 ; plums, 36 baskets, 21.50 

cherries, 5 baskets. 6.25; berries, 144 boxes, 7.92 ; sundries, 1 30 104 60 

Robertson Bros: Tumblers, 21 doz, 20.25 ; chambers, 42 doz, 189.00 ; bowls, 24 doz, 33.60 
cups, 21 dn Z , 14.70 ; plates, 38 doz, 36.70 ; cov'd dishes, 8 doz, 28.00; ewers, l£ doz, 8.50 
jugs, 2 doz, 11.45 ; spittoons, 2 doz. 8.00 ; bakers, \ doz, 3.30 ; china glassware, 31.15 
knives, 6 doz, 93.40; basins, 1 doz, 5.50; cups & saucers, 18 doz, 18.00; chamber set, 4.50 

fruit jars, 12 doz. 1020 446 25 

Rathbun Co: Pine, 5,150 ft, 107.36 ; hemlock, 2,240 ft, 29.12 ; ' lumber, 29 53 

birch, 1,800 ft, 68.25 ; coal contract, soft slack, 506 tons 970 lbs. 1,514.39 1,748 65 

Ross, Mrs: Eggs. 81 doz, 14.76 ; Reynor, J: tuning piano and organ, 13.00 27 76 

Raneys Specialty Mfg. Co: Valves, 1.50 ; gasoline irons. 2. 12.00 ; metal polish. 30 lbs, 6.60 20 10 

Steacy & Steacv: Shirting, 1,105 yds, 130.60 ; denim, 60 yds. 8.97 ; ticking, 109 yds, 20.67 ; 
blankets, 30, 31 50 ; lace, 18 doz, 16.20 ; hats, 36 doz. 14.40 ; sheeting, 1,866 yds, 579.97 ; 
pillow cotton, 626 yds, 88.80 ; spools, 2 gro, 14 98 ; hdkfs. 18 doz, 13.50 ; 

gingham, 508 yds, 50.80 ; linen, 334 yds, 149.66 ; canva«, 100 yds, 14.00 ; 

scrim, 325 yds, 55 33; cretonne, 232 yds. 69.75; felt. 14 yds, 10.50; rubber sheeting, 25, 50.00 ; 
socks, 25 doz, 23.75 ; hose, 18 doz, 40.50 ; cotton, 337 yds, 20.03 ; quilts, 42, 44.10 ; 

needles, 7.20 ; sundries, 17.71 1,472 92 

Simmons Bros: Belting, 100 ft, 28.00 ; packing, 23 lbs, 12.65 ; coal scoops, % doz, 6 00 ; 
kce leather, 19 sq ft, 6.65 ; globe valves, 1 doz, 13.80 ; solder, 13 lbs, 3.90 ; 
rubber canvas, 5^ lbs, 2.75 ; iron, tinware, etc, 9.90 83 65 



60 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



[No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



ASYLUM FOR INSANE, KINGSTON-Con. 



Expenses— Cow. 

Strachan A: Boiled oil, 46£ gals, 44.18 ; white lead, 600 lbs, 45.00 ; sash cord, 12 lbs, 7.20 ; 

wire nails, 12 kegs, 44.05 ; screws, 64 grs, 24.60 ; wire brads, 1 keg, 5.00 ; 

castors, 2 doz. sets, 6.00 ; chisels, 1 doz, 6.60 ; assorted files, 4 doz, 8.45 ; 

iron, hardware etc, 93.83 : yale lock. 15.00 ; sofa springs, 12 doz, 4.20 ; 

moss, 100 lbs, 12.50 ; sad irons, 1 doz, 6 00 ; wire cloth, 1 roll, 4.25 ; 

turpentine, 45 gals, 27 00 ; denim, 11.25 ; twine, 10 lbs, 3.00 

Starr & SutcliftV Cotton, 5,271 yds, 158.93 ; flannelette, 104 yds, 9.41 ; print, 590 yds, 55.61; 

sundries, 16.89 ; lawn, 97 yds. 9.70 ; linen, 80 yds, 5.60 ; butter cloth; 204 yds, 9.70 ; 

satin, 10 yds, 5.00 ; towels, 7 pr, 3.40 ; pillow cotton, 124 yds, 16.19 

Selby & Youlden: Grate bars, 7, 19.02 ; repairs to boilers, 17.44 ; labor, 194.60 ; 

castings, 30.19 

Swift, Jas. & Co: Freight charges, 4.75 ; Skinner, H. & Co! pipes, 10 doz, 20.00 

Sundry Newspapers : Advertising re supplies, 83.50 ; re fuel, 133.50 

Staley, Fred - Hay, 4 tons 910 lbs, 49.00 ; Steele Briggs Seed Co: seeds, bulbs etc, 31.08. . 

Tait, Wm: Chop feed, 1 ton, 24 00 ; Thompson, Geo: seeds etc, 93.22 

Toye, R. H: Pineapples, 6 doz, 10.50 ; oranges an'* lemons, 13.30 ; berries, 33.09 

Truedell. F : Oats, 63 bu, 22.90 ; Tweddell, Jno ■ Tweed, 150 yds, 75.00 

Uglow, R. & Co: Stationery. 31.65 ; subscriptions etc, 42.50 ; bordering, 3.00 

Walsh, M: Beef, 6 392 lbs, 395.48 ; lamb, 5.00 

Wormwith & Co: Sheet music, 25.82 ; repairs to musical instruments, 7.75 

Wartman, S. E : Hay 4 tons 1,580 lbs, 55.08 ; oats, 236 bu, 83.46 

Wade, Henry: Drugs and chemicals, 111,41 ; Ward, P. E. vinegar 40 gals, 10.00 

Wilson, T. C. & Co : Livery hire 

Watts, Alfred: Onions, 2 bu, 4.00 ; cucumbers, 2 bu, 3.20 ; cauliflower. 1 doz, 1.00 

Wickens, A. M : Travelling expenses inspecting boilers 

Sundry persons : Accounts unenumerated under 10.00 



$368 11 



290 43 



261 25 


24 75 


217 00 


80 08 


117 22 


56 89 


97 90 


77 15 


400 48 


33 57 


138 54 


121 41 


30 25 


8 20 


22 85 


73 92 



ASYLUM FOR INSANE, HAMILTON. 



James Russell, M.D. .Twelve months' 

T. W. Reynolds, M.D. do 

Jno. Webster, M.D . . do 

W.P.St. Charles, M.D. Eleven do 

Luther E. Swazie . . Twelve do 

Bidwell Way do 

A. Murray, Jr do 

Daniel McCarthy do 

L. C. Mclntyre do 

James Martin do 

Wm. Harper do 

Jno. LaMarsh do 

Jno. Marter do 

Wm. Omand ... do 

Joseph Ironside do 

Stokers (5) do 

Nathaniel Reed do 

Wm. Addison do 

Wm. Gatenby do 

Fred. Clarke «. Ten do 

Wm. Scott Twelve do 

Thos. McQueen do 

Michael Murphy do 

Nicholas Elliott do 

Farm hands (2) do 

Andrew Goodall do 

W, S. Scott do 

J. E. Tier Six and & do 

Jessie S Watson Twelve do 

M. A. Keegan Two do 

Lillie Jones Twelve do 

Ellen McMahon Five do 

Margaret A. Pollett . . One and ^ do 

Minnie McKentry Four do 

Cooks (8) Twelve do 

Housemaids (4) do 

Laundresses (4) do 

Seamstresses (2) do 

K. P. McMillan Ten and £ do 

Amanda Rice Ten do 

Ethel Porter One and \ do 

Female Supervisors(10)Twelve do 

Female Attendants (27) do 



Salaries. ($35,420.30.) 

salary as Medical Superintendent . . . 
Assistant do 

First Assistant Physician 
Second do 

Porter and Gatekeeper . . 

Bursar 

Bursar's Clerk 

Storekeeper 

Assistant Storekeeper 

Baker 

Butcher 

Messenger and Stableman. 

Engineer 

First Assistant Engineer . 
Second do 



Carpenter 

Assistant Carpenter 

Tailor 

Shoemaker 

Laundryman 

Farmer 

Farm Steward 

Plowman 



Gardener 

Assistant Gardener 

Stableman 

Matron 

dr> 

Assistant Matron 

Second Assistant Matron 

do 

do 



Head Nurse 

Chief Female Attendant 
do 



2,000 

1,100 

1,000 

733 

275 

1,400 

800 

1,050 

600 

450 

360 

240 

700 

350 

360 

1,081 

550 

500 

550 

250 

390 

600 

20 

276 

396 

500 

360 

123 

500 

83 

300 

100 

29 

80 

1,112 

370 

520 

288 

212 

208 

28 

1,740 

3,742 



00 

00 

00 

33 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

13 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

84 

00 

00 

00 

00 

33 

00 

34 

00 

00 

33 fc 

00 S" 

61 

50 

55 

00 

00 

40 

66 

00 

16 



1901 ] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 61 

PUELIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
ASYLUM FOR INSANE, HAMILTON-Cow. 

Salaries— Con. 

James Slater Twelve months' salary as Chief Attendant (M.B.) 

James Thompson do do (O.H.) 

Male Supervisors (9) . . do , 

Male Attendants (24) . do 

Annie Kelly do Typewriter 



$450 00 

340 00 

2,376 00 

5,619 12 

304 00 


212 37 

22 00 

5 03 

95 00 



Expenses ($87,173.60). 

Aitchison, D. & Co: Lumber, 65.69 ; matched lumber, 4,303 ft, 140.08 : sundries, 6.60. . 

Anderson, Jas: Evergreens, 8 loads 

Am. -Medico Psychological Assn : Annual dues, 5.00 : postage, 03c 

Bain, Andrew G: Egge, 400 doz, 49.25 ; cherries, 5 bas, 5.75 ; berries, 40.00 

Balfour & Co" Pot barley, 14 bbls, 63.00 ; codfish, 1,200 lbs, 85.15 ; molasses, 45 gals, 12 60; 
rice, 4,870 lbs, 179.83 ; fine salt, 30 bbls, 39.00 ; currants, 669 lbs, 73.59 ; 

coarse salt, 24 bags, 24.00 ; table raisins, 5 bxes, 18.75 ; sal. soda, 750 lbs, 9.38 ; 

tobacco, 681 lbs. 269.79 ; sugar, 28,227 lbs, 1,284.71 ; tea, 944 Jbs, 236.00 ; 

salmon, 6 doz. cans, 10.20 ; corn starch, 80 lbs, 5.20 ; prunes, 2.600 lbs, 171.00 ; 

sardines, 6 doz. cans, 9.00 ; lobsters, 6 doz. cans, 19.50 ; dried apples, 1,445 lbs, 93.93; 
raisins, 112 lbs, 9.52 ; syrup, 24^ gals, 11.67 ; plums, pears and peaches, 36 doz. cans, 75.60; 
tomatoes, 6 doz cans, 5.40 ; mustard, 1 doz. tins, 5.40 ; mixed pickles, 1 bbl, 16.25 ; 

borax, 150 lbs, 12 . 00 ; laundry starch, 414 lbs, 21 . 74 ; sundries, 32. 99 2, 795 20 

Ballentine, A. & Bro: Eggs, 1,884 doz, 251.18; biscuits, 15.08 ; syrup, 6 gals, 6.80 ; 

veal, 47.89 ; oranges and lemons, *.82 ; fruit, 19.42 ; lamb, 2.33 ; butter, 391 lbs, 66.06; 

pint jars, 12 doz, 7.80 ; rubber rings, 11 gro, 5.50 ; poultry, 6.90 ; sundries, 69 34 507 12 

Beardmore & Co: Shoe leather, 1,516 lbs, 362 92; russetts, 4 doz, 38 00; counters, 15 doz, 11.25; 

insoles, 35 doz, 50.25; hard ash, 4 lbs, 32.00 ; nails, rivets, etc, 39.05; top lifts, 20 doz,17.00; 

splits, 2 doz, 29.38; laces, 12 gross, 15.00 594 85 

Buntin, Gillies & Co: Paper for pipe covering, 11.00; Best. J. H: honey, 344 lbs, 34.40. . 45 40 

Brennen, M. & Sons Mnfg. Co: Pine, 31.59 ; lumber, 5,314 ft, 115.96 ; posts, 100, 17.00; 

sundries, 4.00 168 55 

Bruce, John A. & Co: Phosphate powder, 5 tons, 125.00 j seeds, bulbs, etc, 147.46 272 46 

Bell Organ and Piano Co: Repairing organ, 25.00 ; Bursar: To pay sundries, 32.52 57 52 

Bell Tel. Co: Rent of phones, 145.00 ; messages, 12.57 , repairs, 2.20 159 77 

Clark, John A: Paraffin wax, 282 lbs, 38.73 ; extracts, 26.55 ; dyes, 28.50 ; sponges, 3.60 ; 

Paris green, 25 lbs, 5.00 ; drugs and chemicals, 18.90 . .• 121 28 

C.P. Industrie*: Flannel, 1,703 yds, 489.11; bed springs, 25, 51.60; binder twine,300 lbs, 24.00 

blankets, 60 pr, 173.60 738 31 

Carpenter, F. A. & Co: Wire nails, 3 kegs, 9.90 ; putty, 200 lbs, 6.00 ; screws, 36 gro, 9.29; 
glue, 20 lbs, 6.00 ; glass, 13.90 ; yale latches, 6.75 ; nails, 5.95 ; shovels, 1 doz, 10.20 ; 

iron, hardware, etc, 24.17 

Dline, R. M: Fish 20,623 lbs, 1,582.67 ; Chilman, R. E : candies, 165 lbs, 31.95 

Dloke, J. G: Subscription magazines, etc, 61.50; postage stamps, 20.00 ; stationery, etc, 30.80 

Dlark, Adam: Chain, 108 ft, 3.75; valves, 2.50 ; repairs, castings, etc, 12.33 

3onnal, Peter, & Son: Coffee, 400 lbs, 100.00; rice, 2,500 lbs, 100.00; split peas. 8 bbls, 36.00; 
sardines, 6 doz. cans, 14.40 ; starch, 160 lbs, 8.00 ; salmon, 6 doz. cans, 9.00 ; 

Worcester sauce. 6 doz, 9.00 ; sundries, 6.95 

3opp Bros. Co: Grate bars, 17.13 ; castings, 14.64 ; repairing boilers, 86.85 

Uook & Reid : Printing 

Jlimer, J. D : Boots and shoes, 17 pr, 27.15 ; rubber boots, 2 pr, 7.25 

Jaledonia Milling Co : Balance 1900 flour contract, 237 bbls at 3.20 

Jommon Sense Mnfg. Co : Roach exterminator, 24 lbs 

Jyclone Grate Bar Co '. 6 sections of grates 

'itizen's Gas Governor Co : Rent of 3 gas governors «, 

Jlarke, F: Repairing boots and shoes, 39.20; C.P.R. Co. Telegraph: telegrams, 1.63 

Ian. Express Co: Express charges 7.45 ; C.P. Railway Co: freight charges, 4.35. 

anadian Laundryman '. Subscription 

1 Jlh'xon Bros. : Nuts, 171 lbs, 21.73 ; oranges, 139 doz, 41.70 ; cranberries, 6 bbls, 41.00 ; 

codfish, 360 lbs, 18.00 ; cherries, 13 bskts, 13.00 ; raspberries, 7 crates, 12.95 ; 

apples, 19 bbls, 66.50 ; sundries, 9.82 

ow, H. & J. : Cement, 31 bbls, 85.30 ; lime, 10 bu, 2.50 

om. Metallic Packing Co. : Asbestos packing, 9J lbs 

uncan Bros. : Tea, 1,106 lbs 

uncan, Robt. & Co. : Postage stamps, 35.25 ; blank books, 6.00 ; stationery, 20.75 

odson & Sutton : Bolts, 50, 7.50 ; castings, 10.75 

odsworth, A. H. : Interments, 40.00 ; Dundas True Banner: Sub., printing, etc., 55.25. . 

om. Express Co. : Express charges 

istwood, J. & Co'y: Postage stamps, 41.00 : playing cards, 4 doz pkgs, 10.00 ; 

dominoes, 2 doz boxes, 10.00 ; copying paper, 1 doz rolls, 15.00 ; stationery, 42.10. . . 

ectric Supply Co'y : Electrical fittings, lamps, etc 

'ans, Robt., Seed Co'y : Seeds, bulbs, etc 

Jlaser, David: Rolled oats contract, 129i bbls at 3.60. 466.20 ; beans, 15 bu, 25.50 ; 
'.' Jl corn meal, 13 bbls, 42.55 ; split peas, 2 bbls, 7.60 ; potatoes, 601£ bu., 282.70 ; 
Hbl cracked wheat, 1,250 lbs, '20. 15; sundries, 1.30 846 00 



92 16 


1,614 62 


112 30 


18 58 


283 35 


118 62 


16 75 


34 40 


758 40 


24 00 


23 62 


40 00 


40 83 


11 80 


1 00 


224 70 


87 80 


11 10 


276 50 


62 00 


18 25 


95 25 


5 40 


118 10 


216 24 


99 40 



771 44 


10 33 


38 50 


68 75 


353 20 


89 45 


78 56 


213 30 


690 26 


150 82 


137 42 


9 20 


36 89 


190 55 


49 90 


67 75 


5 94 


6'< 40 


32 82 


8 0C 


662 IS 


36 OC 


1,863 6] 


790 8? 


3,924 H 


240 (X 



62 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE— Continued. 
ASYLUM FOR INSANE, HAMILTON -Con. 
Expenses— Con. 

Finch Bros. : Galatea, 1,649 yds, 330.72 : yam, 573 lbs, 242.85 ; counterpanes. 2, 9.00 ; 

cambric, 541 yds, 67.62 ; shirting, 794 yds, 104.01 ; napkins, 2 doz, 8.00 ; 

frilling, 8£ doz, 8.59 ; sundries, .65 

Fraser, Johnson & Co'y : Harness supplies, etc 

Ferrol Co'y . Ferrol, 10 doz, 33.00 ; Freed, A. F. : inspection of scalei, 5.50 

Fairgrieve, J. B Co'y '. Eger coal, 11 tons at 6.25 

Farm Exchange Account: Tallow, 8,320 lbs 

Gerrie, J. W. ' Baking powder, 350 lbs, 87.50 ; drugs, 1.95 

Garlock Packing Co'y : Packing, 115 lbs 

Gunn, D. Bros. & Co.: Cheese, 2.081 lbs 

Gordon Bros. : Bacon and hams, 1,812 lbs, 260.54 ; lard, 1,430 lbs, 178 00 ; turkeys, 1,621 

lbs, 162.10 ; geese, 1,014 lbs, 81 12 ; chickens, 6 prs, 4.50 ; ducks, 4 prs, 4.00 . . . 
Glassco, G. F. & Co. : Straw hats, 45£ doz, 85 07 ; caps, 12 doz, 64 00 ; sundries, 1 75. . . 

Gerrie, Alex. : Apples, 30 bbls, 112.50 ; Grossman's, P. Sons! sheet music, 24.92 

Grant's Spring Brewery Co'y : Malt, 3 bu, 6.00 ; hops, 8 lbs, 3.20 

Gurney Foundry Co'y : Grate bars, 2 sets, 24.00 ; repairs to boiler, 12.89 

Good Roads Machinery Co : Rocking grates, 1 set, 80.00; repairs to boiler, 28.80 ; labor, 81.75 

Gutta Percha and Rubber Mfg Co. : Rubber valves, etc 

Grant Hamilton Oil Co . Machine oil, 44 gals, 22.25 ; signal oil, 45 gals, 45.50 

Greenin*, The F. B. Wire Co. : Wired mat, 3 14 ; sieves, 2.80 

Green Bros. : Interments, 43.00 ; Gripton, C. : inde'lible ink, 3 qts, 26.40 

G. T. Railway Co. : Freight charges, 23.75 ; G.N. W, Telegraph Co. : telegrams, 9.07 .... 

Globe Printing Co. : Subscriptions 

Hamilton, A. & Co. : Drugs and chemicals 

Hamilton Cemetery Board ' Interments 

Hamilton Electric Lieht Co'y : Electric light supplied as per contract 

Hamilton Gas Light Co. : Gas 

Hamilton Waterworks Co. . Water 

Hamilton and Barton Incline R'y : Tolls as per agreement ... 

Hamilton Coffee & Spice Coy: Coffee, 660 lbs. 165.50; pepper, 100 lbs, 21.00; 

ginger, 30 lbs, 6.00 , nutmegs, 4 lbs, 3.00 ; spices, 30 lbs, 6.30 ; cocoanut, 20 lbs, 4.00 205 8( 

Ham & Edwards : Repairing roofs, trough, slates as per contract, 250.00 ; 

hot water heaters, 2, 12.00 ; iron, tinware, etc, 14.90 . 276 9( 

Hamilton, W. H. Pot barley, 8 bbls, 48.00 ; brooms, 15 doz, 39.75 ; spices, 30 lbs, 10 50 ; 

chocolate, 24 lbs, 9 60 ; mustard. 25 lbs, 10.56 ; cream tartar, 15 lbs, 4.95 ; 

cod fish, 500 lbs, 32.50 ; sundries, 29 60 185 4< 

Hamilton & Toronto Sewer Pipe Co : Sewer pipe, 62 ft 9 6! 

Hamilton Vinegar Works: Vinegar, 447 gals, 89.80 ; sundries, 1.75 . 91 5J 

Hamilton, The Peter Coy : Cultivator 32 

Hall, Richard & Son: Sheeting, 1523 yds, 279.12 ; cotton, 660 yds, 56.07 ; quilts, 7.04 ; 

cottonade, 338 yds, 70.98 ; hessian, 98 yds, 19.60 ; flannel, 169 yds, 30 42 463 2 

Hamilton, Fred" Hoes, % doz, 4.75 ; shovels, $ doz, 4.50 ; forks, 1 doz, 7.95 

mitts. 12 pr, 5.40 ; axe handles, 1 doz, 2.85 ; iron, hardware, etc, 11.25 36 7' 

Hunter, R : Purchase of meat 11,981 7 

Hay, Tbos. E : Butter contract, 4,660 lbs at 20£c ... 943 6 

Howell Lithographing Co: Litho'g, 15.75 ; Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, interments, 8.00 23 7 

Hobbs Hardware Co : Sanitary fluid, 42 gals . 56 7 

Herald Printing Coy : Subscription 3.00 ; advertising, 1 .08 4 

Imperial Varnish Coy : Laundry soap, 2475 lbs : • 148 5 

Jones, The Herbert Co' Rep'g kettle, 25.00 ; rep'g gas range, 15.00 40 C 

Jeffrey, David: Honey, 1200 lbs 102 C 

Junor, Robt: Plates, 28 doz, 24.50 ; cups, 25 doz, 16.50 ; tumblers, 6 doz, 4.50 

bowls, 12 doz, 9 60 ; china, glassware, etc, 1.50 . 56 6 

Knox, Morgan & Co'y. Hose, 26 prs, 13.50 ; shawls, 9, 11.25 ; cotton, 3466 lbs, 294.56 ; 

hessian, 853 yds, 191.93; flannel,108 yds,24.30; sheet'er,1837 yHs, 420.73; warp,*6 b'-lls, 37 00; 

tabling, 797 yds,438.35; pillow cotton,34yds,4. 42; tweed, 415 yds, 196 38 ; q jilts, 159, 23S.50; 

spools,24gr, 129.60; buttons, 74 gr,78.33 ; ticking, 578 yds, 97.76 ; cottonade, 938 yds. 2?5.36; 

cotton, 1270 yds, 107.97 ; canvas, 50 yds, 6 75 ; linen thread, 4 lbs, 9 00 ; sundries, 14.98 ; 

twill, 60 yds, 6.87 ; towels, 8 doz, 17.75 ; towelling, 908 yds, 80.31 ; ser*e, 51 yds, 153.24 ; 

silesia, 57 yds, 10.22; pins, 24 lbs, 14.40 

Kerr, A. R. & Co: Muslin, 11 yds, 2.75 ; ribbon. 26 yds, 3.90 ; towels, 2 doz, 5.80 

pillow cotton, 20 yds, 2.50 ; butcher linen, 16 yds, 5.12 ; sundries, 1.10 

Kelly, Levi R: Cheese, 1421 lbs, 131.44 ; Kraft, E: harness supplies, etc, 54.60 186 

Killey-Beckett Engine Co: Castings, 3 38 ; repairs to boilers. 23.05 

Lumsden Bros" Coffee, 2,000 lbs, 500.00 ; pepper, 240 lbs, 45.60 ; sundries, 4.30 54H 

Lees, Thos: Repairing clocks, 4.75; spectacles, 2 doz, 7.20 

Laidlaw M'f'g Co: Settee ends, 1 doz, 27.75 ; London Ammonia C^I am. dust, 982 lbs, 58 92 
Moore, The D. Co: Tin pans, 7 doz, 85.65 ; pails, 18, 23.40 ; zinc. 12 «7 ; 

galv. iron, 138 lbs, 7.25; soup kettles, 6, 30.00 ; coffee pots, 4, 8.00; iron, hardware, 61.71. 
Myles', Thos. Sons: Coal contract: hard screenings, 92 tons 280 lbs, at 2.09. 192.58; 

cannel, 75 tons at 5.30, 397.50; soft lump, 22 tons, 700 lbs at 3.66, 4154; 

(nut contract) soft coal, 3 tons 350 lbs, at 3.75, 11.91 . . 643 * 

Morrison, The Jas. Brass M'f'g Co : Repairs to inspirator 25 * 



298 85 
23 70 
49 18 


59 75 
254 67 


298 52 

546 65 

204 63 

7 00 



1901 ] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 63 

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE —Continued. 
ASYLUM FOR INSANE, HAMILTON- Con. 
Expenses— Con. 

Morris, Thos. S. : Cracked wheat, 2,200 lbs, 33.00; split peas, 6 bbls, 23.00; 

beans, 129£ bus, 145.07 ; bran, 11 tons, 158-77 $359 84 

Malcolm & Souter" Carpet, 159 yds, 144.46; furniture covering, 10 yds, 8.50; 

tow, 282 lbs, 8.46 ; washstands, 3.00 ; linoleum, 91£ yds, 82.46 ; sundries, 6 25 ; 

stair pads, 3& doz, 4.17 ; laying carpet, 12.30 ; dresser, 10.50 ; curtains, 1 pr, 3.60 ; 

rug, 5.25 ; upholstering chairs, 10.00 

Meriden Britania Co. : Bottles 

Massey- Harris Co. : Repairs to farm implements, 3 00 ; harrows, 2, 46.18 

Murray, John: Handkerchiefs, 8 doz, 6 00; ties, 7 doz, 21.50; shirts, 1$ doz, 18.00 ; 

collars, 6 doz, 9.00 ; braces 9 pr, 2.25 ; mufflers, ^ doz, 3.00 . 

Mack, John! Drugs and chemicals, 225.42 ; Membery, G. D. & Son: pillows, 8 pr, 29.25. . 
Mellon, S.: Chain, 300 ft, 15.00; valves, 34, 71.95; castings, etc, 157.65; 

gauge glasses, 72, 11.64 ; plumbers' sundries, 42.28 

Magee, Walton Ice & Coal Co. : Ice, 841 tons ' 

Marshall, J. A. : Honey, 273 lbs, 27.30 ; Malcolm, Jno. : cheese, 1.637 lbs, 177.33 

Mail Printing Co. : Subscription, 4.00 ; Morning Post: subscription, 3 00 . . 

McQuarrie, J. J. : Balance 1900, butter contract, 625 lbs. at 17c. 106 25; egg*, 1,401 doz, 194. 10; 

biscuits, 2.96; poultry, 6.40; berries, 18 crates, 23.04; beans, 6£ bus. 10.40; 

chop peas, 3 tons, 65.40 ; sundries, 7.82 416 37 

Macpherson, Glassco & Co.: Cod, 1,110 lbs, 111.00; pot barley, 12 bfrs, 48.00; 

sugar, 25,845 lbs, 1,095.24 ; prunes, 5,400 lbs, 391.25 ; laundry starch, 520 lbs, 26 30 ; 

corn starch, 80 lbs, 4.80; tapioca, 164 lbs, 8.20; salt, 29 bbls, 34.80; 

syrup, 283 gals, 109.10 ; evaporated apples, 954 lbs, 52.47 ; dairy salt, 22 bags, 18.20 ; 

molasses, 106 gals, 28.88; salmon, 8 doz. canR, 14.40; mustard, 24 doz, 10.80; 

peas, corn and tomatoes, 18 doz. cans, 15.30; gelatine, 2 doz, 3.50; borax, 50 lbs, 3 00 ; 

sal soda, 2,250 lbs, 22.50; tea, 1,867 lbs, 466.75; tobacco, 531 lbs, 207.09; 

rice, 4,166 lbs, 156.22; raisins, 672 lbs, 50.96; currants, 1,220 lbs, 99.95; 

dried apples, 2,231 lbs, 172.90 ; sundries, 24 06 

McFarlane, Alex. : Bran, 11 tons 950 lbs, 172.12 ; „ chop peas, 14 tons 330 lbs, 332.56 . . . 

McColl Bros. & Co. : Cylinder oil, 49 gals, 32.18 ; signal oil, 46 J gals, 39.53 

McNicholl, E. C, M.D. : Travelling expenses, 11.30; McCoy, Wm. : blacksmithing, 24.70 

Mcllroy, F. C. : Amusements, athletic goods, etc, 39.00 ; books, 30 00 

Mc Arthur, Geo. J. : On account inventory 

Nisbet & Auld: Serge, 74 yds, 160.63 ; flannellette, 49 yds, 4.59 ; tweed, 201 yds, 90.45 ; 

cashmere, 40 yds, 15.16 ; rugs, 77, 117.15 . . . . , 

Osborne, Jas. & Son: Eggs, 1,065 doz, 223.75; turkeys, 93 lbs, 12.30: fruit, 44.55; 

poultry. 30.00 ; biscuits, 2.18 ; china, glassware, etc, 20.39 ; sundries, 142 01 .... 

O'Connor, Thos. : Evergreens, 8 loads, 22.00 ; Ontario Lantern Co. : lamps, etc, 66.50 

Ontario Nickel Plating Works : Polishing rails, etc 

Packard Electric Co. : Lamps, etc, 500 

Paterson, The Wm. & Son Co. : Pickles, 14 doz 

Parke & Parke: Vaccine, 35.68 ; Pugsley, Dingman & Co. : laundry soap, 1,490 lbs, 67.05. 
Pringle, W. & Son: Split peas, 11 bbls, 42.00; beans, 30 bus, 42.00; corn meal, 6 bags, 8.10; 

cracked wheat, 9 bags, 14.40 

Port Dover Evaporating Co. : Evaporated apples, 850 lbs 

Peoples Coal Co : (Balance 1900 contract) egg coal, 2,309 tons 1.492 lbs. at 4.25, 9,816.41, less 

diff. on 139 tons 430 lbs, at 25c, 34.80, 9,781.61 , slack. 97 tons 1,790 lbs. at 2.85, 279.00 ; 

(1901 Coal Contract) egg coal, 1,482 tons 1,890 lbs. at 5.00, 7,414.73; 

stove 113 tons 1,260 lbs. at 5.00, 565 65 ; nut, 105 tons 1,440 lbs. at 5.00, 528.60 ; 

soft slack, 90 tons 810 lbs. at 2.55, 230 53 18,800 12 

Parvell, E., Jr : Flour contract, 1,475 bbls. at 3.42 ... 5,044 50 

Patterson, J. D: Repairing vehicles, 41' 55 ; Postmaster: rent of box, 8.00 49 55 

Peterboro Hardware Co: Twine, 33 packages, 20.92 ; assorted brushes, 3 doz., 20 00; 

table spoons, 8 doz, 14.00; varnish, 10 gals, 13.95; alabastine, 1 box, 6.50; hose, 150 ft, 18.00; 

solder, 10 lbs, 2.20 : lawn rakes, 1 doz, 5.00 ; nails, 3 kegs, 11.90 ; iron pipe, 393 lbs, 15.32; 

shellac, 2 gals, 4.75 ; japan, 6 gals, 6.60 ; gold bronze, 10 lbs, 25.00 ; paints and oils, 24.32; 

white lead, 1,200 lbs, 73.50 ; iron, hardware, etc., 26.82 288 78 

Roger's Coal Co: Soft l'pcoal,13tns 400 Ibs.at 3.75, 49.51 ; scree'gs, 30 tns 130 lbs.at 2.15, 64 63 114 14 

Renforth Cheese Factory: Cheese, 2,067 lbs 19120 

Rodger, Jno : Blacksmithing and horseshoeing , .... 114 15 

Russell, James, M.D: Table allowance, 120.44 ; allowance re furniture and furnishings, 86.96 ; 

travelling expenses, 31.00 238 40 

Ralston, Robt., & Co : Blacking, 3 doz, 1.20 ; axle grease, 3 doz, 3.00 4 20 

Scott, James : Cotton thread, 30 doz, 9.00 ; furnishings, 13.50 22 50 

Shea, James: Cotton, 902 yds, 67.66 ; towelling, 232 yds, 28.13 ; curtains, 6 pr, 14 50 ; 

towels, 4 doz, 6.00 ; sundries, 14.34 130 63 

3mart-Eby Machine Cc : Repairs to pumps, extractor, washing machine, etc., 266.04 ; 

rubber valves, 50, 9.85 275 89 

Sundry Newspapers : Advertising re supplies, 123.00 ; re fuel, 164 50 287 50 

3keddan & Co: Toilet brushes, 2 doz, 17.00 ; assorted brushes, 4 doz, 10.47; 

wall brushes, 1 doz, 15.54; scrub brushes, 20 doz., 44.00 87 01 

Smith, Frank: Eggs, 820 doz, 99.40 ; Singer Mfg. Co - needles, etc., 7.45 106 85 

Jt. Charles, W. P., M.D: Expenses re transfer from Orillia 5 95 



3,175 67 


504 68 


71 71 


36 00 


69 00 


100 00 


387 98 


475 18 


88 50 


12 70 


90 70 


33 00 


102 73 


106 50 


47 81 



64 ' PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
ASYLUM FOR INSANE, HAMILTON-Con. 

Expenses— Con. 

Spectator Ptg. Co: Subscription, 6.00 ; advertising, printing, etc., 1.05 $ 7 05 

Taylor, James C: Tumblers, 18 doz, 15.90 ; bakers, 3 doz, 14.85; ewers, f doz, 4.05 ; 

salts and peppers, 2 doz, 6.00 ; dinner set, 6.50 ; chambers, 24 doz, 95.60 ; 

plates, 24 doz, 15.60 : jugs, 5 doz, 22.20 ; covered dishes, 8 doz, 48.00 ; 

bottle castors, 13, 35 75 ; china, glassware, etc., 29.13 293 58 

Turnbull, J. C: Crash, 515 yds, 64.38 ; towels, 4 doz, 10.00 ; oil cloth, 4 rolls, 9.20 ; 

yarn, 116 lbs, 52.20 ; gingham, 68 yds, 10 17 ; print, 74 yds, 9.25 155 20 

Taylor, Jno. & Co: Laundry, snap, 3,900 lbs 149 50 

Toronto Laundry Soap Co : Laundry soap, 1,835 lbs 91 75 

Taylor, E: Repairing implements, 66.05 ; Taylor, W: cleaning flues, 20.50 86 55 

Thomson, Alex: Mantle fittings, etc., 1700 ; hair, 385 lbs, 154.00 171 00 

Troy Ldry. Mach. Co: Potash, 1,440 lbs, 118.80 ; T. H, & B. Ry., freight charges, 5 89 . . 124 69 

Turnbull, A. C: Stationery, 39.67 ; postage stamps, 33.00 ; playing cards, 5 doz. pks, 11.25. . . .. 83 92 

Times Printing Co: Subscriptions, 6.00; blank books, 51.50; printing, advertising, etc., 43.24 100 74 

Toronto World '. Subscription 3 00 

Upton, Thos. & Co : Assorted jam, 3,751 lbs 262 57. 

Venator Bros: Table legs, 24, 720 ; grill work, 12.50 19 70 

Wood, Vallance & Co. : Table knives, 18 doz, 57.00 ; pump, 9.00 ; repairing locks, 13.00 ; 

varnish, 15 gals, 23.75 ; glass, 131.05 ; rope, 241 lbs, 32.76 ; duck, 210 yds, 105.00 ; 

tongs, 2, 16.00 ; keys made to order, 4 ioz, 16.00 ; boiled oil, 44 gals, 35.64 ; 

turpentine, 141 gals, 82.68 ; elastic oak, 10 gals, 15.00 ; dryer, 5 gals, 4.25 ; 

white lead, 1,600 lbs, 108.75 ; sledge handles, 4 doz, 11.00 ; razors, 1 doz, 13.45 ; 

twine, 12 lbs, 5 40 ; flue cleaners, 10, 18.25 ; tiago paper, 5 rolls, 12.50 ; 

bread knives, 13, 6.50 ; iron hardware, etc., 189.69 ; lubricator, 8.00 ; 

chrome yellow, 75 lbs, 17.00 ; window pulls, 2 doz, 8.80 ; raw oils, 43 gals, 29.16 ; 

whiting, 672 lbs, 6.38 ; files, 1 doz, 6.20 ; japan, 10 gals, 17.00 ; steel, 2 bars, 11.12 ; 

shellac, 4 gals, 10.50 ; lanterns and burners, 1 doz, 14.00 ; teaspoons, 1 doz, 3.75; 

dessert knives, 1 doz, 4.50; wire, 11.50; lawn mowers, 21, 136.80 ; paint, 10 lbs, 6.00; 

zinc, 183 lbs, 12.85 ; iron pipe, 1,231 ft, 107. 14 ; fire brick, 500, 17.50 ; 

wheelbarrow, 7.50 ; flat brushes, 3, 6.00 ; mi?ror, 6.25 1,353 62 

Watkins. Thos. C. : Ties, 101, 24.25 ; handkerchiefs, 150, 29.55 ; collars, 33, 4.95 : 

ribbon, 109 yds, 10.90; carpet, 55 yds, 45.52; linoleum, 13 yds, 9.75 ; net, 26 yds, 8 32; 

caps, 4.00 ; pique, 30 yds, 9 60 ; sateen, 18 yds, 6.30 ; denim, 2* yds, 6.25 ; 

poles, 14 doz, 11 90 ; grill, 8.00; suiting, 744 yds, 168.90; shade cloth, 60 yds, 15.60 ; 

cambric, 37 yds, 8 90; tapestry, 32 yds, 16.00; rups, 2, 14.00; table linen, 19 yds, 36.00; 

table cloths, 3, 12 50; plush, 8 yds, 10.40; curtains, 2 pairs, 7.00; wool, 5 lbs, 5.00; 

ticking, 47 yd?, 16.45 ; Madras. 64 yds, 17.93 ; enamelled bed, 6 50 ; 

galatea, 940 yds, 194.62 ; gingham, 398 yds, 90.83 ; muslin, 65 yds, 12 40 ; 

print, 1,214 yds, 162.01 ; scrim, 47£ yds, 11.88 ; Bhirting, 1,242 yds, 186.69 ; 

sundries, 56.27 1,209 17 

Woods, Walter & Co. : Brooms, 40 doz, 110.00 ; stable brooms, 2 doz, 18 76 ; 

whisks, 4 doz, 9.50 ; combs, 12 doz, 36.00 ; castile soap, 547 lbs, 43.76 ; 

baskets, 6$ doz, 29.50; dusters, 1 dcz, 9.00; mats, 1 doz, 18.00; pails, 3 doz, 10.80; 

sundries, 14.30 299 62 

Wilson, John: Tinned iron pans, 12, 30.00 ; self-feeders, 2, 21.00 ; castings, 17.60 68 60 

Wenger, Aaron: Butter contract, 35,148 lbs at 22c 7,732 56 

Wright, John: Ham, 631 lbs, 75.72 ; bacon, 500 lbs, 60.00 ; lard, 800 lbs, 92.50 228 22 

Wilde, J. E. : Honey, 1,227 lbs, 122.70 ; Way, B. : travelling expenses, 22 80 145 50 

Wickens, A. M. : Travelling expenses inspecting boilers 21 05 

Sundry persons: Accounts unenumerated under 10.00 86 70 

ASYLUM FOR INSANE, MIMICO. 

Salaries (25,857 42). 

N. H. Beemer, MJD . .Twelve months' salary as Medical Superintendent $1,800 00 

Assistant do ... 1,100 00 

Assistant Physician 800 00 

Bursar (including rent allowance) 1 400 00 

Assistant Bursar 600 00 

Steward 500 00 

Storekeeper 700 00 

Engineer 550 00 

do (Pump House) 500 00 

Assistant Engineer 276 00 

Electrician 300 00 

724 00 

Carpenter (including rent allowance) 600 00 

Assistant Carpenter 180 00 

Gardener 450 00 

Baker 450 00 



W. C. Barber, M.D... 


do 


P. MacNaughton,M.D. 


do 


James Corcoran 


do 


Walter P. Sturt 


do 


Rebt. Elkin 


do 


F. N. Wallis 


do 


John Gourley 


do 


James Aillas 


do 


Wm. Wilkinson 


do 


Andrew Craib 


do 


Firemen (3) 


do 


Adam Dyer 


do 


Richard Herbert 


do 


Samuel Matheson 


do 


George Dea 


do 



1901] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



65 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



ASYLUM FOR INSANE, MIMICO-(7on. 



Salaries Con. 



B. Watjcon Twelve months' salary 

Wm, Boulton do 

Thos. Pattieon do 

Wm. O'Brien Three do 

W. J. Walker Nine and \ do 

John C. McMullen . . .Twflve do 

Wm. L. Hurst do 

Geo. Cooke Eleven do 

Chas. Douglas One do 

Thcs. Dunn Twelve do 

Rutherford Farr do 

James Aldridge do 

Robt. Jenner do 

Male Supervisors (6) . . do 

Male Attendant s ( 17 ) . . do 

Night Watchmen (2). . do 

F. H. BilHngton Six do 

M. H. Quinlan Nine do 

Annie Elkin Twelve do 

Agnes Redick do 

Sarah Moore do 

Cooks (2) do 

Maids (4) do 

Laundresses (3) do 

Female Supervisors (5) do 

Female Attendants (18) do 

Female Nigh tWatchs(2) do 



Mason $500 00 

Farmer 500 00 

Assistant Farmer 252 00 

Ploughman 60 00 

do 190 3o 

Laundryman 240 00 

Sewageman 240 00 

Stableman 220 00 

do 20 00 

Messenger 252 00 

Butcher and Dairyman 240 00 

Shoemaker . . 350 00 

Porter 120 00 

1,728 00 

3,718 43 

480 00 

Matron 375 00 

do . , 250 00 

Assistant Matron 250 00 

Tailoress . . 305 00 

Seamstress 1 25 00 

300 00 

548 68 

366 19 

. 870 00 

2,151 08 

275 02 



Expenses ($49,236.08.) 



Aikenhead Hardware Co : 
wire nails, 4 kegs, 12.70 
glue, 421b», 9.00; 
sofa springs, 100 lbs, 



Band saws, 136 ft, 13,77; cut tacks, 30 lbs, 4.00; 

iron, hardware, etc, 109.23 ; casters, 8 sets, 12.05 ; 

paris green, 5 lbs, 11.25 ; valves, 7.66 ; chopper, 5.00 ; 

00 ; pieture wire, 1 gro, 13.50 ; injector, 7.50 ; scoops, 2, 4 00 ; 

forks, 6, 390 ; mitre box arid saw, 13.50 ; rope, 371 lbs, 54.72 ; Weston block, 13.50. 

washers. 500. 3.75 ; tool holder, 3.45 ; locks, keys, knobs, etc, 27.20 ; files, 3 doz, 4.50 : 

sash cord, 35 lbs, 17.50 ; glass, 8 67 ; carpet sweeper, 3.00 ; screws, 27 gro, 5.61 ; 

mirror, 4.00 

Alienist and Neurologist : Subscription 

Beardmore & Co : Shoe leather, 940 lbs. 280-17 ; hard ash, 1 lb, 8.00 ; uppers, 24 pr, 30.00 : 

duck. 52 yo"s, 8 32 ; rivets, tacks, thread etc, 39.85 

Brown, E. & Co : Sugar, 4,340 lbs, 183.32 ; rice, 1,447 lbs, 60.04 ; tea, 450 lbs, 112 50 ; 

raisins, 140 lbs, 10.50 

Barton, E : Potatoes, 105 bush, 96.25 ; vegetables, 8.83 

Byron, R. J : Window shades, 52.25 ; Bonner, Jos : roach powder, 10 lbs, 5.00 

Brooks, A. H : Seed potatoes, 20 bags, 8.00 ; Butler, Jas : yarn, 500 lbs, 250 00 

Ball, J : Sheet music, 14.04 ; Briggs, Wm : book, 1.56 

Brown Bros : Tissue paper, 24 54 ; stationery, 1.00 ; blank books, 22.50 ; 

repairs to typewriter, 8 50 • • . • 

Eritish Medical Journals : [Subscription, 5.21 ; Bell Tel. Co : messages, 8 60 

Beemer, N. H., M.D : Table allowance, 492.88 ; allowance re furniture and furnishings, 95.17 

Bursar : To pay sundries, 62.65 ; travelling expenses, 8.70 

Cressman, A. W : Tabling, 355 yds, 156 09 ; flannelette, 1,215 yds, 97.22 ; cotton, 919 yds, 101.07 
C. P. Industries : Tweed, 827 yds, 413.75 , twine, 120 lbs, 9.60 ; blankets, 200, 225.60 ; 

sundries, 11.60 

Caulfield, Henderson & Burns : Gloves, 10 dozen pr 

Chapman, A. W : Repairing vehicles 

Campbell, Arch : Bran, 17 tons 4001bs, 242.80 : Caldwell, C. & Co : hay,12tons 1,672 lbs, 142. 19 
Cowan, J*s : Cleaning chimneys, 11.50 ; Cameron, L. K : stationery and paper, 248.92 . . . 

Chandler & Massey : Surgical appliances, 14.37 ; Craib, Jno : horseshoeing, 65.65 

Canadian Grocer : Subscription, 4.00 : Canada Lancet : subscription, 7.50 

Creelman Bros : Repairing knitting machine 

Can. General Electric Co : Wire, 4,023 ft, 56.88 ; lamps, 210, 44,40 ; shades. 8.01 ; 

switches, 24, 19.98 ; brackets, 3, 5.93 ; electrical supplies, 34 13 

Can. Express Co : Express charges, 45.57 ; C. P. Railway Co : freight charges, 29.68 

Doyle, The M. Fish Co : Fish, 9,244 lbs, 743.55 ; Deverell, A, D : drugs and chemicals, 294.18. 
Dineen, W. & D. Co : Felt hats, 4 doz, 28.80 ; repairing robes, 6.00 ; ladies' hats, 8 doz, 24.00; 

straw hats, 6 doz, 10.50 

Douglas, Chas : Travelling expenses. 7.95; Devine, E.J.Sr: expenses recovering elope", 30.00. 

Dominion Radiator Co : Iron pipe, 52.17 ; castings, etc, 45 81 

Devins, I. N : Subscription, 9.00 ; ice cream, 8 gals, 8.80 , 

5 P.A. 



350 96 


5 00 


366 34 


366 36 


105 08 


57 25 


258 00 


15 60 


56 54 


13 81 


588 05 


71 35 


354 38 


660 55 


43 88 


40 00 


384 99 


260 42 


80 02 


11 50 


11 92 


169 33 


75 25 


1,037 73 


69 30 


37 95 


97 98 


17 80 



66 * PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
ASYLUM HOR INSANE, MIMICC— Con. 

Expenses— Con. 

Eby, Blain Co : Suear, 8,997 lbs, 413.65 ; mustard, 36 jars. 23.16 ; tea, 950 lbs, 237.50 ; 

rice, 4,870 lbs, 170.45 ; chocolate. 1 box. 5.04 ; syrup 5,048 lbs, 119.12 ; soap, 1 box, 9.00; 

corn, tomatoes, etc, 8 doz cans, 6.80 ; fly paper, 6 cases, 22 50; tobacco, 715 lbs, 274.95 ; 

starch, 150 lbs, 11.25 ; sal-soda, 1,125 lb?, 9.57 ; chloride lime, 2 cases, 3.50 ; 

coffe*. 254 lbs, 64.20 ; blacking, 8 10; sundries, 17.45 $1,396 24 

Elliott & Son Co : Picture moulding etc 12 32 

Eckardt, H. P. & Co: Rice, 2,232 lbs, 80.91 ; tapioca, 174 lbs, 827 ; tobacco, 300 lbs, 117.00 ; 

sugar, 11,565 lbs, 513.50 ; starch, 400 lbs, 29.80 ; raisins, 140 lbs. 10.50 ; 

currants, 355 lbs, 22.61 ; Worchester sauce, 2 doz, 12.00 ; nutmegs, 50 lbs, 3.00; 

pepper 25 lbs, 4.75 ; mustard, 24 jars, 18.00 ; corn, tomatoes, etc, 12 doz. cans, 9 60; 

sundries, 20.23 850 17 

Flett. Lowndes & Co: Linen thread, 14 lbs, 33.15 ; canvas, 417 yds, 57 78 ; wadding, 6.25; 

silesia, 585 yds, 96.68 ; ' cotton thread, 14 grs. 86.40 ; assorted buttons, 132.18 ; 

thimbles, 4 gro, 9.00 ; crochet cotton, 3 grs, 18.00 ; needles, 6000, 6.00 ; 

hair pins, 30 lbs, 10 50 ; sundries, 31.71 487 65 

Ferrol Co : Ferrol, 19.80 ; Foy, Geo. J : spirits for medicinal purposes, 60.00 79 80 

Fleischmann & Co' Yeast, 53 lbs, 15.90 ; Farm Exchange Accf hogs, 2,470 lbs, 181.20 . . 197 10 

Godden, C. P: .brass chain, 300 ft, 18.00 ; glass, 6500 ; pipe die, 6.50 ; putty, 510 lbs, 1530 ; 

iron, hardware etc, 125.25 ; mop rope, 15 coils, 46.92 ; oil filter, 15.00 ; pulper, 15.00 ; 

coal oil stoves, 2, 28.00 ; curtain poles, 6, 3.00 ; paris green. 6.25 ; nails, 14 kegs, 44.15 ; 

beeswax, 10 lbs, 4.00 ; elbows, 200, 13.00 ; brass pipe. 10.50 ; wheelbarrows. 2, 7.00 ; 

wringer and stands, 5.50 ; harness blacking 1 doz, 4.00 ; castor oil, 5 gals, 6.25 ; 

cow chains and fixtures, 24, 10.00 ; spades \ doz, 750 456 12 

Globe Printing Co : Subscription, 4.00 ; Griffin P. and P : hair, 100 lbs, 35.60 39 60 

Grant: Hamilton Oil Co: Engine oil, 41 gals 20 61 

Graham, A : Rolled oats contract. 70 bbls. at 3.50 245 00 

Grenadier Ice and Coal Co: Ice, 337 tons 735 lbs. 298.65 ; extra teaming, 10.97 309 62 

G. T. Railway Co: Freight charges, 164.62 ; G.N.W. Tel. Co: telegrams, 16.27 180 89 

Hamilton, W. B Shoe Co Boots and shoes, 122 pr. 120 70 ; laces, 15 gro, 13.80 134 50 

Hunter, Moees: Hay 13 tons 1.180 lbs, 114.11; Hobbs Hardware Co: sanitary flu;d,127gls, 171.45; 285 5« 

Howland, H. S. Sons & Co: Razors, 1 doz, 750 ; carving knives, \ doz. 3.50 ; 

lawn mowers, 4, 15.12 ; assorted spoons, 2J gro, 25.10 ; scythes, 4, 3.00; 

knives. 2 doz, 7 00 ; carvers, 1 pr, 3.10 ; iron, hardware etc, 6.52 . . 70 84 

Heather, Herbert: Butter boxes. 12, 24.00 ; milk cans, 6, 7.50 ; boilers, 5, 18 50 ; 

tinned iron steamers, 4, 7.00 ; iron tanks, 2. 11.00 ; iron, tinware etc, 128.12; 

labor, 43.00 ; vegetables tins, 2 set, 7 00 ; dish pans, 6, 10.50 256 62 

Henry & Co: Tea. 824 lbs, 206.00 ; cheese, 528 lbs, 50.16 ; raisins, 280 lbs, 24.50 ; 

tapioca, 139 lbs. 6.95 ; sago, 156 lb-, 7.80 ; sugar, 94 lbs, 6.11 30152 

Heeson Grate Bar Co: Grate barp, 1 set, 59.50 ; Hynes, J. F' board for mesg'r & horses, 5.85. 65 35 

Heintzmann & Co : Repairing organ, 8.00 ; repairing paino, 100. 00 108 00 

Howland & Elliott: Chopping feed, 12 36 ; Harper, M. A: board for mesg'r & horses; 23.60 35 96 

Hunter, R: Purchase of meat 6,165 77 

Inglis, Jno. &Son: Repairs to boiler etc, 11.20 ; Irwin, M: upholstering, 12.60 23 80 

Independent Oil Co : Cylinder oil, 48 gals 36 00 

James, W: Grate, 24.50; Johnson, D: valves, 27 50 ; Jamieson, P: clothing, 8.00. . 60 00 

Keith & Fitzsimons Co: marble basin etc, 19.25; iron pipe, 361 ft, 20.80; 

plumbers supplies, 32 54 ; electrical fixtures. 20 80 ; enamelled bath, 22 00 115 39 

Kent, Ambrose & Sons : Spectacles 1\ doz. pr, 18. 75 ; repairs, 1.40 20 15 

Kelly, L: Threshing 30 50 

Kay, Jno. Son & Co Portieres, 6 pr, 22.50 ; wall paper, 34. 60 ; silk 5£ yds, 8.25; 

curtains, 8 pr, 35.50; carpet, 36 yds, 53.41; linoleum, 4 yds, 3 00; oak poles and ends, 15.25; 

screen, 5.38 ; chairp, 2, 26.00'; sundries, 39 00 . . 204 28 

Livingstone, C, & Bro Sersre, 51^ yds, 137.70 ; Lynch, Jos' serv. as temp, baker, 28 00. 165 70 

Larkin, P. O , & Co: Tea, 1.000 lbs, 250.00 ; London Ammonia Co: pow'd am. 245 lbs, 14.70 264 70 

Lowry, J. W '. Board for messenger and horses 80 

Murray, W. A., & Co: Blankets, 102 prp, 95.50 ; cotton, 1,688 yds, 151.78 ; 

velveteen, 6 yds. 6.00 ; hessian, 310 yds, 51.15 ; towelp, 17 doz. 53.75 ; 

jackets, 1 doz. 36.00 ; pinp, 5 grs, 38.75 ; sheeting, 1,752 yds, 334 69 ; 

flannelette, 1,181 yds, 97.49 ; shirting, 1.654 yds, 190.19 ; scarfs, 1\ doz, 27.00 ; 

cheese cloth, 346 vds, 15.57 ; linen, 80 yds, 34.00 : plush, 2 yds, 9.00 ; 

napkinp, 7 doz, 17.00 ; cambric. 67£ yds. 10.80 ; silkoline, 99 yds, 12.90 ; 

quilts, 1 doz , 36.00 ; frilling, 6 doz, 3 00 ; tray cloths. H, doz, 17.91; 

batting 7 bales, 42.75 ; spot muslin, 40 yds, 11.00; pillow cotton, 137 yd?, 25.50 ; 

bath towels, 3 doz, 22.50 ; bureau covers, 2 doz 12 50 ; table linen, 86 yds,. 73.53 ; 

underlay, 10 yds, 6.00 ; muslin, 171 yds, 13 97; table covers, 4.50; lustre. 66 yds, 29.70; 

sundries, 32 88 , -J • • ■ . • • 1,513 31 

Moore, Wm. &Son: Prunes, 3,000 lbs, 211.75: currants, 300 lbs, 33.00; oranges, 3 bbls, 18.50; 

lemons. 18 cases. 43.40; evap. peaches, 1,050 lbs, 105.00; toilet soap, 2 grs, 10.00; s'dries. 9.90; 

strawberries, 486 boxep, 31.59; cherries; 36 bskts, 45.00 ; plums, 60 bskts, 31.50 ; 

cranberries, 1 box, 8.50 ; peaches, 50 bskts, 40.00 588 1< 

Maloney, John & Co: Fire-bricks, 500, 17 50; cement, 43 bbls, 123.50; plaster pans, 4 bbls, 8.00; 

W,, lime, 8 tons, 44.69; hair, 1 bag, 1.00 ■ •••- 194 6! 

Morris, Stone & Wellington: Trees and shrubs, 30.50 ; Matthews, F: smoking hams, 4.97 35 4 

Mallon, J.&Co: Veal, 5.08 : lamb, 32.75 ; poultry, 10.61 48 4' 



1901 ] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 67. 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE— Continued. 
ASYLUM FOR INSANE, MIMICO-Cow. 

Expenses— Con. 

Monetary Times'. Subscription, 2.00; Mail and Empire, subscription, 4.00 $6 00 

Musson, J. G: Gravel, 55 k ads, 12,50 ; MunroBros: drugs and chemical?, 199.30 211 80 

Matheson, G Travelling expensep, 8.10 ; Might Dirpctory Co" directory, 5.00 13 10 

Medico- Legal Journal'. Subscription, 6.00 ; Mimico Electric Ry. Co : car tickets, 24.00 30 00 

Mills. A. M Services as trained nurse 10 00 

Macdonald, John & Co: Costume, 246yds, 20.41; print, 1,785 yds, 194.71; duck, 298 yds, 49.71: 

shirting. 1,320 yds, 151.78 ; batting, 3 bales, 16.63 ; heavy mole, 118 yds, 23.70 ; 

denim, 21* yds. 40.24 ; crochet cotton, 3 gro, 18.00 ; muslin, 512 yds, 55.53 ; 

towels, 10 doz, 30.00 ; cretonne, 59 yd", 13.28 ; quilts, 100, 75.00 ; corsets, 6 doz pr, 54 00; 

slipDer soles, 3 doz pr, 6 00 ; curtains, 4 pr, 11.20 ; shaker, 506 yds, 58.28 ; 

corduroy, 108 yds, 78.30 ; knitting cotton, 4 54 ; hoods, 7 doz, 21.25 ; mats, 10.13 ; 

sundries, 37 24 

McDonald, A: Pine 20,000 ft, 285.28 ; .shingles, 4,000 12.00 ; posts, 20, 6.00 

McGill, Wm & Co : Coal contract— Stove, 142 tons 250 lbs at 5.42 

McMahon, Broadfield & Co; Plates, 50 doz, 36 00; tumblers, 4^ gro, 26.80; spittoons, 3 doz, 23.00; 

granite bowls, 20 doz, 18.00 ; ewers, 2 doz, 8.25 ; basins. 1 doz, 4.00 ; jugs, 16 doz, 54.15 ; 

toilet sets, 2, 15.75 . cups, 24 doz, 15.60 ; china teas and plates, 4 doz, 17.00 ; 

fruit jars, 5 gro, 36.56 ; china, glassware, etc, 19.92 

Macfarlane, Wilson Co: Chambers. 12 doz. 43 20; McClary Mfg. Co: Enam chbrs, 6 doz, 20.20. 

McLaughlin, vr . & Co: Shorts, 2 tons 132 lbs, 50.20 ; bran, 3| tons, 50.25 

Mcintosh. P. & Son: Pea meal, 2 tons, 49.C0 ; gr. corn, 1 ton, 20.40; bran, 1 ton, 1,420 lbs, 25.65 ; 

bags, 88, 4.40 : corn meal. 1.825 lbs, 19.50 

Mackenzie & Co: Moulding, 265 ft, 6.63 ; Macnanghton, P: Admis. of patients to fair, 25.75. 

Nelson, H. A. & Sons On: Hair brushe , \ doz, 5.00 ; combs, § doz, 3 15 

Nelson, H. W. & Co: Combs, 3 gro. 44 20; playing cards, 6 doz pkgs, 7.30; whisks, 2 doz, 3.30; 

brooms, 40 doz, 109.80 ; sundries, 11 64 

Ontario Rubber C^: Water bed, 27.00 ; hospital sheets, 3 doz, 64.80 ; sundries, 3.58 ; 

rubber boots, 2 pr, 6 40 ; fire hose, 75 ft, 20.25; waggon cover, 6.50; hot water botls, 4, 6.00 

Ontario Sewer Pipe Co : Sewer pipe, etc 

Ontario Institution io* the Deaf and Dumb" Boots and shof s, 56 pr 

Pugslev, Dingrcan & Co: Ldry soap, 21,782 lb«, 919.12; borax, 6 bxs, 9.00; blue, 120 lbs, 15.60 
Park. Blackwell Co : (Bal 1900 butter contract) 560 lbs at 20Jc 

(1901 contract) 16,956 lbs at 2l£c 

Peterboro' Lock Mfg. Co * Locks and keys, 12 doz 

Port Dover Evap. Cov ' Evap. apples, 500 lbs 

Peterboro' Hardware Co: White lead, 800 lbs, 55.00 ; turpentine, 92 gals, 53.36 ; 

1 ard oil finish, 5 gals. 7.50 ; japan dryer, 5 gals, 5.00 ; paints and oils, 29.08 

Patillo, J. A: Board, messenger and horses. 33.50 ; Piper, Noah L. & Son. .lanterns, 12, 9.C0 
Queen City Oil Co: Coal oil, 734 ga^s. 107.12 ; paraffin wax, 515 lbs, 50.96 ; 

dynamo oil, 28 gals, \ 3.05 ; signal oil, 42 gals, 27. 63 

Quinlan, M. H : Exp^r ses re transfer from Brockville 

Ryan, The Wm. Co- Eggs, 3, 942 doz, 657. 06; cheese, 4,101 lbs,41 8.42; evap. apples, 2, 000 lbs, 142 50; 

salt, 40 bbls, 52.50 ; turkeys. 849 lbs. 94 41 ; geese, 651 lbs, 52.08 ; lard, 50 lbs, 6.00 ; 

bam, 14 lbs, 1.82 ; table salt, 6 bbls, 18 00 ; corn meal, 5 bbls, 15 50 ; chicken*, 6 pr, 6.00 ; 

syrup, 21 gals, 23.10; onions, 3 sacks, 7.50; rid wht, 31 bbls. 94. 25; gold dust, 10 bbls, 35.00; 

beans, 24 bu, 48.23; potatoes, 50 bags, 35.00; potato bags, 100, 7.00; split peas, 1 bbl, 5.00; 

sundries, 51 

TCyan, The Wm. Co: Butter contract, 4,100 lbs at 18| 

Rogers, The Eli vs Co: Coal contract, large egg, 1,578 tons 125 lbs at 5.10 

cannel, 16 tons 1,910 lbs at 5 50, 93.25 ; hard wo^d. 55£ cords at 5.65, 313.58 ; 

stove, egcr and nut, 12 tons at 5 42, 65.04 ; soft screenings. 103 tons at 2 80, 288.40 . . . 

Beid, Sarah E: Honey, 300 lbs, 21 00 ; Ratz, J. E: Graham flour, 400 lbs, 6.40 

Pvice Lewis & Son' Fire set, 7 00 ; key rings, 3 25 ; bakers' scissors, \ doz, 5 60 

Revell, The V. H. Co : Hymn books. 3.60 ; sheet music, 7,50 . 

Rogers, Chas. & Sons Co: Tow, 829 lbs, 29.85 ; perforated seats, 70, 11.90 ; sundries, 15.28 ; 

tapestry, 6| vds, 14 00 

Pvolph, Smith & Co: Stamping, 7 50 ; Ramsey, T. G. & Co: Photo supplies, 16.40 

Rennie, Wm - Seeds, bulbs, etc, 28.48 ; Rowcliffe, J. W: horseshoeing, 27.42 

Rice, James : Weighing coal 

Swan Bros: Candies. 533 lbs, 43.33 ; rolled wheat, 10 bbls, 25.00 ; sugar, 197 lbs, 12.30 ; 

tapioca, 180 lbs. 8.10; nuts, 160 lbs, 26.30; biscts, 1,310 lbs, 118.62; sardns, 100 cans, 12.00; 

bkg pwdr, 280 lbs, 70.00; sapolio, 5 gro, 55.00; matches, 11 cp, 33 50; pepper, 177 lbs, 35.40; 

asstd peel, 15.82 ; cloves, 20 lbs. 6.00 ; raisins, 744 lbs, 62.12 ; coffee, 550 lbs, 147.50 ; 

sauces, 1 doz, 6.50 ; nutmegs, 5 lbs, 4.C0 ; chicory, 50 lbs. 5.60 ; paper, 6 rms, 22.50 ; 

starch, 400 lb°, 28.40 ; corn, tomatoes, etc, 8 doz. cans, 7.00 ; currants, 253 lbs, 22 77 ; 

berries, 17.15 ; corks, 5.20; bath bricks, 8 doz, 4.00 ; blacking, 1 gro, 9.00 ; 

cinnamon. 30 lbs, 9.50 ; capers, 6 doz, 11.00 ; twine, 22 lbs, 5 98 ; mustard, 24 jars, 19.20 ; 

sundries, 89.10 ; lye, 1 cs, 3.50 , table raisins, 2 boxes, 7 00 ; candles, 36 lbs, 4.32 ; 

cocoa, 14 Ibp, 4.90 ; extracts, 5 doz, 11 25 ; bags, 208 lbs, 14.56 ; chocolate, 6 lbs, 3.00 986 42 

Smith, J. B. & Sons: Dressed lumber, 12,864 ft, 429.72; cedar posts, 50, 12.50; 

tamarac, 2,000 ft, 37.50 ; lumber, 133 20 ; flooring, 2,950 ft, 106.75 ; doors, 3, 13.80 ; 

sawdust, 1 car, 30.00 ; shingles, 6,500, 14.41 ; sheeting, 1,050 ft, 36.75 814 63 



969 93 
303 28 
770 32 


268 03 

63 40 

100 45 


118 95 

32 38 

8 15 


176 24 


134 53 
45 50 

84 85 

943 72 

114 80 

,645 55 

96 30 

28 13 


149 94 
42 50 


198 76 
12 95 



1.719 88 

768 76 

8,048 12 


760 27 
27 40 
15 85 
11 10 


71 03 
23 90 
55 90 
42 00 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



[No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 

ASYLUM FOR INSANE, MIM'ICO-Con. 

Expenses— Con. 

Stewart & Wood. Boiled oil, 85 gals, 70.93 ; japan dryers, 4 gals, 3.60 ; varnish, 10 gals, 10.80 ; 

painters' sundries, 35.40 ; paint, 30 gals, 22.50 ; white lead, 1,131 lbs, 69.28 ; 

turpentine, 42 gals, 24.36 

Smith's Dye Works: Dyeing curtains, 15.00 ; Smith, M. E. & Co" soap, 3,255 lbs, 153.37. . 

Sundry Newspapers : Advertising re supplies, 68.00 ; re fuel, 114.50 

Sanderson & Co: Brooms, 3 doz, 36.00; scrubs, 21 doz, 46.20 ; dusters, 2 doz, 7.00 ; 

kalsomine brushes, 1 doz, 9 00 ; hair brushes, 1 doz, 6.00 ; sundries, 13.10 

Sheridan Mfg Co : Iron pot, 10.00 : castings, 9.33 

Stone & Wellington: Apple trees, 24, 10 40 ; Sparrow, Geo. & Co: iron, tinware, etc, 7.10. 
Sutcliffe, J. & Sons: Shirting. 1,140 yds, 125.37; ticking, 560 yds, 97.91; yarn, 108 yds, 41.04; 

hesaian, 302 vds, 54 36 

Sparrow, Wm. H : Coal scuttle, 5.00 ; iron, tinware, etc, 2. 75 

Saturday Night: Subscription, 2.00 ; Stevens, The J. & Son Co: surgical app. 90 43 

Standard Vinegar Co : Vinegar, 252 gal", 67.00 ; Slater, Jno : blacksmithing, 44.05 

Smith, A., V.S: Prof. ser. and medicines, 32.75 ; Smith, Andrew: harness sup, 70 48 

Steele Briggs Seed Co: Seedp, bulbs, ete, 171.42 ; Sadler, D. & J. & Co: chapel sup, 9.05 
Turnbull, J. C: Sheeting, 855 yds, 159.43 ; holland, 95 yds, 14.25 ; towelling, 540 yds, 54.45 ; 

linen, 288 yds, 57.65 ; cotton, 1,253 yds, 100.30 ; cheese cloth, 348 yds, 15.66 

Turner, Jas. L : Flour contract, 775 bbls at 3.37 

Toronto Plate Glaes Co: Mirror, 4.00 ; Tyrrell, Wm. & Co: subscriptions, 5.50 

Toronto Ry. Co: Car tickets, 33.00 ; Toronto World: subscription, 3.00 

Taylor, Jno. & Co: Toilet soap, 13 gro, 101.40 ; Townsley, G. H: flower pots, 5,000, 19.00 

Vienna Pressed Yeast Co : Yeast, 248 lbs 

Warren Bros. & Co: Rice, 5,000 lbs, 171.88 ; syrup, 100 gals, 32.00 . starch, 96 lbs, 6.72 ; 

sal soda, 565 )b?, 4.24; tobacco, 345 lbs, 134.55; sugar, 6,151 lbs, 277.94; tea, 595 lbs, 148.75; 

corn, tomatoes, etc, 24 doz cant", 17.40 ; sundries, 4.88 

Wells, Josephine: Dentistry, 128.75 ; Whaley, Royce & Co: rep. to musical instru, 28.23 

Wheeler & Bain : Dust pans, 2 doz, 4.00 ; tin cupp, 5 doz, 5.00 ; oil cans, 1 doz, 3 50 ; 

iron, tinware, etc, 30.35 ; trays. 24, 60.00 ; cuspidors, 6, 3.00 ; sink, 4.00 ; 

fire brick and grate, 4.30 ; crimp machine, 6.00 ; pudding dishes, 14, 4.20 ; 

irons, 2 doz , 24.00 ; oil stoves, 1 doz., 15.00; iron pails, 1 doz, 4.20 ; hipbath, 5.50; 

iron handles, 6 doz, 7 20 

WatsoD, T. G: Drugs and chemicals. 181.74 ; Wood, Wm. & Co: subscription, 5.00 

Werden A: Postage stamps, 180.00 ; Wilson, C. & Son: repairing scales, 6.25 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter: Programmes and pencils, 12.00 ; printing and binding, 114.61 

Wilson Harold A Co: Subscriptions, 37.15 ; athletic goods, 32.10 

Wood, W. Lloyd : Vaccine 

York Mfg Co: Felt, 12^ lbs 

Sundry persons '. Accounts unenumerated under 10.00 

ASYLUM FOR INSANE, BROCKVILLE. 



$236 8; 

168 37 f 

182 5( !l 

^DIDI 

117 30 :v 
19 33 
17 51 

318 6S 
7 7£ 
92 4 c c 
111 05 
103 23 
180 47 

401 74 ! 
2,606 7£ ,, 
5( 
36 0( J' 
120 4( m , 

bn 

798 3#" 
156 



J. B. Murphy, M. D. . . .Twelve months' 

R. W. Bruce Smith, M. D. do 

W. T. Wilson, M. D .... One do 

W. C. Laidlaw, M. D . . . . Two do 

Harvey Clare, M D.. . .One do 

W. P. Dailey Twelve do 

J. A. Laidlaw do 

R. A. Bush do 

W. J. Fraser do 

D. McCrimmon do 

W. J. McKay do 

J. Weatherstone do 

Patrick Crilly do 

Peter Kilgour do 

John Richards do 

Chas. Simmonds Ten do 

Male Supervisors (6) Twelve' do 

Male Attendants (16) ... do 

Stokers (4) • do 

Night Watchmen (2) do 

W. Hough do 

John McKinnon Two and § do 

J. Booth Nine and £ do 

Jennie R. Gibson Twelve do 

M. H. Quinlan Three do 

H. E. Robertson Eight do 

M. A. Kitts Twelve do 

Female Supervisors (6) . . do 

Nurses (16) do 



Salaries ($22,337.97). 

salary as Medical Superintendent 

Assistant Physician 

First Assistant Physician 

do do 

do do 

Bursar (including rent allowance) 

Storekeeper (including rent allowance). 

Engineer 

Assistant Engineer 

Farmer .... 

Messenger 

Carpenter 

Tailor 

Baker 

Gardener (including rent allowance) . . . 
Chief Attendant 



Laundryman 

Farm hand 

do 

Matron , 

Assistant Matron 

do 

Chief Female Attendant . 



1901 J 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



69 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued 
ASYLUM FOR INSANE, BROCK VILLE-Con. 



Salaries— Con. 



Mary J. Collins .Twelve months' 

Cooks (3) do 

Laundresses (3) do 

Maids (3) do 

Emma Smith. Three do 

N. Warren Five do 



salary as Seamstress 

Dairymaid . . 
do 

Expenses. ($53,233.11.) 



14.00 



Abell, Th* Jno.Eng. Co: Valve for heater.10 00; Abbott, A: hay, 22 tons 1,760 lbs, 222.24 

Am Medic ■ Psychological Assn : Annual dues 

gissell, H : Cheese. 2,944 lbs, 332.3 L ; Burns, T: potatoes, 20 bush, 12.30 

feuell, C H. & Son: Cranberries, 1 bbl, 9.50; lemons, 1 box, 3.20; grap3s, 

raspberries, 120 boxes, 12.00 ; sundries, 23.58 

Burns, James: A.pples, 22 bush, 9.05 ; potatoes, 10 bush, 5.10. . 

Brown, H. & Sons: Bran, 9£ tons 155.15 ; corn hash, 10£ tons, 235.68 ; oats, 200 bush., 78.00 ; 

straw. 14 tons 438 lbs, 96.23 ; tile, 10.08 ; sundries. 1.92 

Blair, John: Maple syrup, 31 g*ls, 31.03 ; strawberries, 864 boxes, 47.52 

Blair, H : Turkeys, 863 lb«, 96.88 ; Barclay, George : plastering, 157.95 

Bonners' Columbian Iaserticide Co " Roach p Dwder, 60 lbs 

Braniff, J. E Tweed, 103J yards, 62.10 ; serge, 25 yds, 75 00 ; canvas 140 yds, 22.40 ; 

silesia, 66 yds, 11.97 ; lining, 124 yds, 37.20 ; linen thread, 5 doz, 6.75 ; 

buttons, 2 erro, 4 30 

Black & Co : Wages, re boiler repairs . . 

Brockville Light and Power Co : Gas ' 

Bell Telephone Co : Rent of phones, 80.00; messages, 9.00 ; repairs etc, 18.52 

Bursar: To pay sundries, 28.06; Brown, H. A: expenses recovering eloper, 23.75 

Cameron, Allan: Plates, 16 doz, 12.00 ; pitchers, 43 only, 15 85; cups and saucers, 2f doz 3.25; 

bakers, 7 doz, 7 00 ; chambers, 25 doz, 00.0Q ; cups, 42 doz. 27.30 ; jugs, 5 doz, 28 00 ; 

bowls, 15 doz, 16 25 ; tumblers 13 doz, 6.50 ; saucers. 12 doz. 6.00 ; sundries, 25.63 ; 

veg. dishes, 1 doz. 4 20 ; platters, £ doz, 3 60 ; gal ju^s, 18 00 

Curry. F. R: Dru^s and chemicals, 606.67 ; postage stamps, 5.00 ; paratfiin wax, 221 lbs, 30.94 ; 

paris green, 25 lbs 5.25 ; sundries, 16 77 

Cameron, A. E: Split peas contract, 23 bush at 3.90, 89 70; feed, If ton, 34 00; 

bran, 2% t>n, 47.50; oats, 100 bush, 33.00; pot barley, 1 bbl, 4.40; 

rolled oats cintract, 120 bush at 3.60, 432.00 ; flour contract, 7b3 bbls at 3 39, 2,654.37. . . 
C. P. Industries Hoots and shoes,400 pr,558.00; tweed, 412 yds, 206.75; blankets, 176 pr, 254 90. 

Cossitt, Newton' Candy. 250 lbs, 19 00 ; apples, 1 bbl., 3 00 ; oranges, 5 bbls, 32.50. 

Crawford, Jas : Potato contract, 2,099| bush at 40c 

Canadian Packing Co Brawn, 270 lb3, 21.60 ; Caldwell, Byron : sawdust, 13.48 

Cyclone Grate Bars: Grate bars. 2 set, 146.88 ; Coates, Wm. & Son : songs & solos, 50, 15.00 
Cowan, Brock" Ice, 511 tons 400 lbs, 224 93 ; Coles National Mfg. C >: stationery, etc, 13.15 
Cummin?, Jas (Balance, 1900): Rolled oats contract, 15 bbls at 3.75,56 25; oats,401 bus 157 52 ; 

feed, 2 ton, 44.00 ; bran, 2 ton, 35 00 ; shorts, 1 000 lbs, 9.50 : corn meal, 1,000 lbs 11.00 
Canadian Express Co: Kxpreas charges. 13.10; C. P. Railway Co: freight charges, 20 56. 

JC.P. a. Telegraph Co : Telegrams 

Dobbie, A. G. & Co' Gas globes, 10 doz, 28.50; iron, hardware, etc, 42 42; 

turpantine, 43 eral, 28.76 ; linseed oil, 43 gal, 36 84 ; white lead, 2,000 lbs, 137.50 ; 

nails, 4 kegs, 13.10 ; scrubs, 2 doz, 3.00 ; paint brushes, 11.19 ; varnish, 39 gals, 9.00 

boiled oil. 22 gals. 18.70 ; glass, 9.70 

Derosia, P : Fish, 10 594 lbs, 953.46 • D jwnie, D. W: boots and shoes, 181 pr, 290.00 .... 
Derbyshire, D. & Co: (Balance, 1900); Butter contract, 1,736 lbs at 21£, 373.24 

(1901 contrac) 18, 860f lbs at 22, 4,149.36.. 

Dingle, W. H: Stationery, etc, 14.00; Dominion Ex oress Co: express charges, 1.83 

I\ H. Fulford' Sheet music, etc, 12 90 ; Farm Exchange Acct: beef, 1,111 lb?, 72.21 

pork, 720 lbs, 50 40 

Jilmour & Co: Tea, 2,744 lbs, 686.00 ; coffee, 1.360 lbs, 372.75 ; su?ar, 33,158 lbs. 1,393.73 



syrup, 451 gals, 159.03; 
prunes, 8,400 lbs. 488.25 ; 
saero, 2,264 lbs, 113 20 ; 
table salt, 45 sacks, 54.10; 
currants, 239 lbs, 28.74 ; 
pot barley, 7 bbls, 31.00 ; 



tobacco, 1,116 lbs, 423.24 ; 
figs, 4,175 lbs, 229.65 
soap, 11 bxs, 38.48 ; 
dairy salt, 4 bbls, 9.95 ; 
corn starch, 320 lbs, 20.30 ; 
brooms, 46 doz, 127.50 ; 



baking pdr, 11 d >z, 63 25 ; raspberries, 24 doz cans, 43.20 
pears, 24 doz cans, 56.40 ; peaches, 26 doz cans, 71.50 

tomatoes, corn, peas, 28 doz cans, 25 20 ; 



rinegar, 156 gal, 39 18 ; 
assorted nuts, 125 lbs, 18.75 
salmon, 8 doz cans, 14.00 ; 
borax, 430 lbs, 32.25 : 
pineapples, 18 doz cans, 32.40 



matches, 10 cases, 40.00 ; 

table raisins, 2 bxs, 6.00 
pickles. 8} doz, 21.33; 
combs, 20 doz, 19.20 ; 
tapioca, 153 lbs, 8 80 ; 



rice, 12,750 lbs, 462.22 

raisins, 298 lbs, 30.80 

lard, 1,720 lbs, 202.40 

evap apples, 2,834 lbs, 173.38 

ldry starch, 1,000 lbs, 50.50 

sal soda, 2,500 lbs, 21.29 

trawberries, 20 doz cans, 36.00 

plums, 17 doz cans, 21.10 

assorted jim, 5,446 lbs, 449 31 

lye, 7 cases, 25.65 

beans, 60 bus, 116 30 

scrub brushes, 6 doz, 10.80 

mustard, 15 jars, 11.25 

toilet paper, 1 case, 7.50 



$144 00 

319 08 

416 36 

382 00 

34 33 

52 26 


232 24 

5 00 

344 61 


62 28 
14 15 


577 06 
78 60 

254 83 
30 00 


219 72 

95 00 

2,231 78 

107 52 

51 81 


273 58 


664 63 


3,294 97 

1,019 65 

54 50 

839 87 

35 08 

161 88 

238 08 


313 27 
33 66 

1 18 


338 71 
1,243 46 


4,522 60 
15 83 



135 51 



cocoa, 14 lbs, 5.25 ; blueing, 28 lbs, 3.36 ; cream tartar, 10 lbs, 2.50 ; sundries, 257.27. 6,554 26 



70 



PUBLIC! ACCOUNTS. 



No. I 



189 02 


187 40 


37 98 


365 20 


24 40 


173 48 


10 75 


8 50 


258 18 


71 70 



PUBLIC INSTITUTION^ MAINTENANCE —Continued 



ASYLUM FOR INSANE, BROCK VI CLE- Con. 

Expenses— Con 

Gill Soap Co: Chloride lime, 200 lbs, 7.00 ; paraffin wax, 114 lbs, 15.96 

Grant Hamilton Oil Co ■ Signal oil, 38 gals, 38.00 , ldry soap, 2 573 lbs, 109.72 ; 

oil soap, 315 lbs. 37 80 ; sundries, 3 50 . . 

Greene, J. & Co : Stationery, 37 40 ; Gordon, J. F : yarn, 400 lbs, 150.00 

G. T. Railway Co : Freight charges 

Hamilton Asylum: Boots and shoos, 231 pair, 356 85 ; Hay, J. & Sons', bulbs and s^eds, 8.35 

Herron, Janries A : Flower pots, 15 00 ; bulbs, 9. 40 

Hobbs Hardware Co : Sanitary fluid, 128 gal 

Herriman, W. C : Travelling expenses, 2.75 ; Hall, W. J : Cartage, 8.00 

Johnston, Charles W: Inspection of scales 

Kehoe, M. J Tweed, 308 yds, 154 65 ; linen thread, 4 lbs 11 60 ; asiti buttons, 10 grs, 10.78 ; 

cottonade, 245 vd<, 68.67 ; machine silk, 1 lb, 12.50 

Kellogg, E. H. & Co: Cyl oil. 83 gals, 61.70 ; Kingston Asylum: scrub brushes, 5 doz. 10.00 
Lewis <fe Patterson : Sundry furnisbiags, 38.96 ; cotton, 3,739 yds, 320.31 ; 

flannellette, 315^ yds, 37.86 ; butter cloth, 756 yds, 37.80 ; print, 813 yds, 91.74 ; 

buttons, 31.23 ; corsets 1 doz, 11.50 ; bed spreads, 24 only, 23.40 ; 

rubber sheets, 36 only, 45 00 ; sheeting, 1,293 yds, 225 63 ; towelling, 692 yds, 77.29 ; 

shirting, 819 yds, 106 44 ; cotton thread, 17$ grs. 96.25 ; laces, 3 grs, 5.10 ; 

galatea, 550 yds, 85.33 ; lawn, 96 yds, 14.40 ; flann-1, 203 yds, 31.65 ; ticking, 341yds,50.65; 

braces, 7 doz pair, 16 80 ; table linen, 8 yds, 8.00 ; demm, 50 yds, 8.50 ; 

butchers' linen, 161 yds, 31.24 ; muslin, 24 yds, 3 60 1,398 68 

Lyman, C. C. & Co: Sheeting, 761 yds, 165.54 ; brac-s. 6 doz, 17.25 ; 

flannellette, 1,568 yds, 183.71 ; sundries, 8 18 ; flannel, 362£ yds, 54.38 ; 

linen, 84 yds, 10 50 ; cheese cloth, 251 yds, 13.07 ; cotton, 320 yds, 32.00 ; 

priot, 525 yds, 68.21 ; spools, 4f grs, 27 31 ; towelling, 144 yds, 15.12 ; 

ticking, 54 yds, 9.72; shirting, 174 yds 1 , 21 78 

Le Clair, C. W: Cap«, 1 doz, 4.50 ; straw hats, 22 doz, 36 00 

London Asylum : Clothes baskets, 1 doz 

Lane, J: Cup and >aucers. 10 doz, 13.00 ; tumblers, 8 doz, 4.00 ; chambers, 5 doz, 20.00 ; 

custard cups, 1 doz, 1 .50 .... : 

London Ammonia Co : Powder ammonia, 281 lbs 

Laidlaw, W, C : Expenses re transfer from Orillia : 

Murray, H. T Yeast, 316 lbs, 110.50 ; sundries, 60.26 

Moore & Mowat: Canvas, 100 yds, 13.50 ; serge, 55 yds, 145.75 ; sileBia, 54 yds, 10.26 ; 

cottonade, 196 yds, 51.09 ; spools, 2 grs, 11.50 

Marsh, Jav J. : Office chairs, 2 only, 7.00 ; interments, 56.00 

Mallette, L. : Wages in hake sh >p 

Murphy, J. R , M.D. : Table allowance, 287.25 ; furniture and furnishings, 100 02 ; 

travelling expenses, 34.35 ; expanses attending convention, 100.00 .. .. 52162 

Miller, A. C. : Postaee stamps 134.00 ; seeds, etc , 12 23 ; paraffin wax, 277 lbs, 40.43 ; 

lime, 471 lbs, 23 95 .. 210 61 

McHenry, R C. & Co. : Bacon, 983 lbs, 157 97 ; ham, 394 lbs, 60.87 ; 

potatoes, 26 bush, 11 .70 ; sundries, 90c. 231 44 

MacNamara, P. B : Cans. 10 doz 60 00 ; underwear, 6 doz, 36 00 96 00 

McNiRh, W. H. : Hay, 9 tons 280 lbs, 118.82 ; McCaw, John: fish, 441 lbs, 39.69 ; 

lime, 45 bu^h, 13.50 172 01 

McNichol. E C, M.D. : Travelling expenses 26 60 

Neilson, W. H. : (Balance 1900) meat contr ict. 10,914 lbs at 5 45, 594 79 ; 

(1901), meat contract, 120,606 lbs at 5.45, 6.572.93 ; lamb, 43.75 

Pugsley, IMngman & Co. : Soap, 12,770 lbs, 552 47 ; Page, Th^s. A. eggs, 88 doz, 10.37 . . 562 84 

Postmaster: Rent of b ^x, 3 00 ; Patterson, Thos. : apples, 51 bbls, 41.90 . 44 90 

Queen City Oil Co, : Photogene, 203 gals 35 88 

Rathbun Co. : Dres«ed lumber, 7,557 ft, 230.89 ; pine. 8.649 ft, 178.82 ; sundries, 7. 22. 416 93 

Rhodes, J. & Co : Eggs, 2,383 doz, 394 71 ; baskets, 5.95 400 66 

Ross, D. W. : Turkeys, 123 lbs, 14.76 . . 14 76 

Ryan, M. : Poultry, 42 54 ; sausage, 4.90 ; Riches, G. L. : sewing machine supplies, 9 25 56 6S 

Rowe, Elgin: Hay, 17 tons 970 lbs, 235 16 ; R add, Gex A. & Co. : harness repairs, 1.0.65 245 81 

Recorder Printing" Co. : Printing, etc., 151 25 ; blank books, etc., 74.45 225 70 

Ritchie, F. I. : Subs newspapers and magazines, 1900, 70.90 ; pipes, 4 doz, 4.60 75 50 

Robinson, T. C, : Shrubs, pUnts, etc 

Smart, R. H : Iron pipe, 782 ft, 43.11 ; castings, 152.10 ; bake pans, 24 only, 6.00 

hose branches, 2, 7.50 ; pUst n r paris, 3 bbls, 6.75 ; cement, 6 bbls, 16 50 

glass, 45.25; valves, 23.10; spoons, 1| doz. 8.25; screws, 15.60; lanterns, 4, 3 40 

belting, 177 ft. 32.66 ; assorted locks, 4 doz, 40 .00 ; lace leather, 4£ lbs, 3.60 

glue, 12 qts, 11.60; steam traps, 2, 17 00; angle valves 8. 10 00, shove 1 ?, | doz, 5 10 

spades, § doz, 3.40 ; fcrks, \ doz, 3.60 ; hardware, 339.10 ; boring machine, 9.00 

screen, 25 yds, 5.00 : jack screws, 2, 22.00 ; hos*, 100 feet, 11,50 

sash wire, 250 ft, 10.00 ; sad irons, \ doz, 3.00 ; metal ceiling, 30 sheet", 6.00 

meat pans, \ doz, 6.00 ; galvanized iron bars, 12, 4,80 ; repairing washer, 27,79 

wrench, 3.00; galvanized pipe, 150 ft, 10.38; emery grinder, 6.00; shaft hanger, 7.50 

pulleys, 9.25; churn, 5 00 



626 77 
40 50 
12 00 


38 50 

16 86 

13 96 

170 76 


232 10 
*>3 00 
30 00 






$10,288 10 


280 56 


62 31 


33 22 


177 50 


11 70 


185 10- 


18 00 


83 95 


10 00 


44 25 



1901 ] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 71 

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 

ASYLUM FOR INSANE, BROCKVILLE- Con. 

Expenses— Com. 

Shields, Gea. E : (Balance 1900) coal contract, large egg, 879 tons 1,460 lbs at 4.75, 4,178.72 ; 

small egg, 23 tons 1,970 lbs at 4.75, 113.97 ; nut, 20 tons 50 lbs at 4 75, 94.98 ; 

stove, 11 tons 680 lbs at 4.75, 53 96 ; 

(1901 coal contract) large egg, 1,025 tons 1,470 lbs at 5.36, 5,497.94 ; 

stove, 60 tons 50 lbs at 5 36, 348.53 

Shepherd, H. : Flannel, 55 yds, 7.70 ; corsets, 1 d >z, 9.00 ; flinnellette, 366f yd?, 39 73 ; 

denim, 121 yds, 33.88 ; shirting, 214 yds, 49.22 ; skirting, 1,158 yds, 141.03 

Sheridan, W. J. & Co. : Repairing pipes, etc., 51.81 ; tin cans, 3 doz, 10 50 

Smart, The Jas. Mfg. Co. ' Castings tor range, 18.42 ; grates, 10.80 ; wringer, 4.00 

Sundry newspapers . Advertising re supplies, 73 00 ; re fuel. 104.50 

Simmers, J. A. : Seeds, bulbs, etc 

Stanton, M. J. : Equipment for church service 

Stinson, John Concern for patients and music supplied 

Toronto Laundry Soap Co. : Laundry soap, 1,859 lbs . 

Van Arman, C. : Reeving halyard in fl ig pole 

Western Woollen Co. - Serge, 17 yds, 42.25 ; Wheler, Geo. : testing flour, 2.00 

Wright, Robt. & Co. ■ Shaker, 144 yds, 20.16 ; handkfs, 6 doz, 2.70; collars, 3 doz, 3.00 ; 

ties, 2 doz, 2.40 ; horse blankets, 2, 4.50 ; towelling, 320 yds, 34.13 ; 

towels, 8 doz, 13 10 ; fl a,nnellet>te, 101 yds, 12 51 ; butchers' linen, 41J yds, 7.05 ; 

awning stripe, 104§ yds, 20.90 ; table linen, 378 yds, 137.86 ; ticking, 56 yds, 10.41 ; 

curtains, 2 pairs, 7 00 ; batting, 1 case, 8 80 ; sundries, 43 81 328 33 

Wickens, A. M. : Travelling expenses inspecting boilers 20 50 

Wood, Wm. & Co. I Subscription 5 00 

Wood & Buchanan: Interments, 88.00 ; chairs, 6.10 94 10 

Water Works Dept. : Water 2,000 00- 

Sundry persons . Accounts unenumerated under 10.00 47 21 

ASYLUM FOR FEMALE PATIENTS, COBOURG. 

Expenses ($2,834.06). 

Can. Exp. Co: Charges, 70c ; Cob'ourg World: Stationery, printing, etc, 44.95. .: 45 65 

Copeland, Cbatterson Co : Ledger leaves and binder 9 39 

Floyd & McGuire : Printing circulars, etc 75 75 

Hamilton Asylum ' Stockings and floor polishers 56 56 

Hall, R. & Son: Gingham, 190 yds, 23.32 ; flinnelette, 52 yds, 6.50 ; flannel, 86 yds, 15.53 ; 
towelling, 259 yds, 28.95; cotton, 72 yds, 5.74; damask, 16 yds, 20.00; napkins, 2 doz 5.50, 
sateen, 30 vds, 4.80 : muslin, 24 yds, 3.90 ; scrim, 95 yds, 7.77 ; counterpanes, 207, 190.02 
rugs, 17, 42.25; doylies, 28, 4.19; cotton thread, 4 grs, 20.40 ; linen thread, 4 lbs, 4.80; 
buttons, 4 grs, 4 90 ; denim, 62J yds, 11.25 ; galatea, 131 yds, 17 69 ; yarn, 48 lbs, 24.00 ; 
hooks & eyes, 1 gro, 7.20; pin-, 12 doz, pkgs, 7.20; ctrpet warp, 25 lbs, 5.00; mats, 12,15.00; 

curtains, 2 pairp, 4 50 ; sundries, 19.82 500 23 

Kingston Asylum : Scrub brushes, etc 27 00 

Nisbet & Auld: Shawls, 167, 246 25 ; tabling, 39 yds, 17.66 ; hoods, If doz, 10 94 274 85 

Nelson, H. W. & Co : Brooms and whisks 14 94 

Pluokett, Geo: Coal contract, egg coal, 301 tons 1,315 lbs at 4 85 1,463 11 

Remington Typewriter Co: Typewriter. . .. 137 25 

Stewart, W. K : Expenses re transfer from Penetang 67 25 

Sundry newspapers ' Advertising re fuel 70 00 

Times Printing Co: Library books, 100, 26.85 ; Taylor Jno. & Co: Lndry soap, 1,538 lbs, 65.23 92 08 

ASYLUM FOR IDIOTS, ORILLIA. 

Salaries ($19,827.72). 

A. H. Beaton, M.D. . .Twelve months' salary as Medical Superintendent 1,800 00 

W. C. Laidlaw, M. D One do Assistant Physician 4100 

W.P.St.Chirles,M.D.Two . do do 83 00 

Harvey Ciare, M.D... Eight do do 367 00 

T. J. Muir Twelve do Bursar 1,300 00 

P. Mc Auley do Storekeeper 950 00 

R. Stratton do Carpenter 550 00 

A.Thomson do Farmer 450 00 

H. Kilpatrick do Baker , 400 00 

J.S.Gray do hardener 400 00 

J. H. Ross do Engineer 809 00 

A. Allan do Assistant Engineer 300 00 

Firemen (4) do 926 22 

W. Green Six do Laundryman 120 00 

R. J. Vasey Five & § do do 114 00 

A. H. Sissons Twelve do Chief Male Attendant 36100- 



72 



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[No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



ASYLUM FOR IDIOTS, ORILLIA-Con. 



Salaries— Con, 



Male Supervisors (2). .Twelve months' salary 



Male Attendants (11) . 
Male Night Atten. (2). 

A . Maclean 

H. Fletcher 

A. Ingram 

S. E. Hardy 

B. McKay 

Teachers (5) 

Female Attendants(lO) 

do Night do (2) 

•C>oks(2) 

Maids (9) 

Laundresses (3) 

Seamstresses (3) 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Tailor 

Stableman 

Messenger 

Matron 

Assistant Matron. 



$ 528 

2,632 

605 

360 

240 

240 

480 

300 

1,490 

1,467 

300 

288 

1,067 

388 

480 



Expenses ($41,778.11). 



vinegar, 43 gals, 10 80 

oats, 81 bush, 27.50 

Adamson, S. H. * Services as plumber, 56.00. 
turnips, 240 bush, 24.03 



potatoes, 47^8 bush, 12.35 



Allen, S. : Apple juice, 31 gals, 6.20 ; 
Allan, James: Turkeys, 55 lbs, 4.95 ; 
Allan, John: Turnips, 124£ bush, 12.45 
Allan, Wm, : Potatoes, 27 bags, 9 55 ; 

Allan, Robt. : Potatoes, 31 ba*8 

Anderson, R. : Straw, 6 tons, 29.90; hay, 2 tons 120 lbs, 16.48; 

Assn. of Inst, for Feeble Minded : Annual dues 

Baye, M . : Turnips, 207 bush, 20 76 ; Briggs, Wm. : Turnips, 103 bush, 10.27 

Black, K. Upholstering chairs, etc., 15 00 ; Blacker, Jos. H. : Horseshoeing, 10.75 

Blueman, E. : Honey, 138 lbs, 11.01 ; Bursar: To piy sundries, 5.80 

Bingham, W. G. : Interments 

Bell Telephone Co. : Rent of phones, 90.00 ; messages, 5.00 ; repairs, 10.20 

Beaton, A. H,, M.D.: Table allowance, 302.97; travelling expenses, 9.85; 

expenses visiting institutions, 150.00 

•Central Prison Industries Blankets, 300, 407.70 ; boots and shoes, 678 pairs, 1,002.80 ; 

fUnnel, 1,423 yds, 430.50; tweed, 1,533 yds, 768.50 

Oooke, A. & Co. . Drugs and chemicals, 446.24 ; stationery, etc., 75.12 ; 

sal soda, 14,250 lbs, 112 99 ; sundries, 28 68 ; disinfecting fluid, 40 gals, 48.00 ; 

subs, 8.00 ; wallpaper, etc., 14.88 

Cane, Wm. & Sons: Pails, 5 doz, 8.25 

potatoes, 52 bush, 13.69 

C irmichael & Carmichael: Repairing vehicles, 23.75 
Cameron, L. K : Stationery and papers, 24.37 .... 

Cockburn, J. H. : Apples, 15 bbls, 21.00 

sundries, 21.88 ; split peas, 1 bbl, 4.25 ; 



17 00 



beans, 3 bags, 14.29 
coffee, 340 lbs, 87.50 



Currie, A. : Potatoes, 41£ bush, 10 79 ; 
Coffey, Dennis: Turnips. 122 bush, 12 23 
Coffey, T. : Potatoes, 63§ bush, 16.55; 
Canadian Express Co. : Charges, 2.00 ; 
Curran Bros. : Printing, etc., 11.25 ; 
Dunn, Joseph : Cornmeal, 4 bbls, 14 90 ; 

starch, 2 boxes, 4.00 ; corn, 6 bush, 6 00 

Dunlop, R. : Turkeys, 78 lbs, 7.20 ; chickens, 3.55 

Eby, Blain & Co. : Cornmeal, 2 bbls, 6.50 ; sundries, 5.20 ; 

tobacco, 39 lbs, 15.21 ; salmon, 4 doz cans, 6.00; 

chicory, 50 lbs, 4.75 

Ellis, J. W. : Yeast, 292 lbs, 89.55 ; express charges, 15 70 ; telegrams, 11.60 

Eckhardt, H. P. & Co. : Corn starch, 240 lbs, 10.80 ; laundry starch, 156 lb?, 6.63 ; 

sal soda, 2,250 lbs, 17.32 ; cornmeal, 1 bbl, 2 65 

Eaton, J. R. : Lumber etc , 

Farmers' Co-operative Packing Co. : Bacon and hams, 173 lbs, 24.85 ; lard, 100 lbs, 11.50 ; 

sundries, 30c 

Finn, Wm. : Potatoes, 34 bags, 11.90 ; turnips, 102 bush, 10.25 ■ 

Fletcher, Donald : Hay, 4 tons 1,520 lbs, 33.20 : oats, 60 bush, 15.68 

Frost, W. S. & Co. : Repairing clocks, 10.25 ; Failes, J. : Cutting meat, etc., 49.26 

Oeach, S. A. : Blacksmithing, etc , 10.53 ; G.T. Ry. Co. \ Freight charges, 143.40 

Gurney Foundry Co. : Firebrick, 1 set, 3.00; grate bars, 43 lbs, 3.44 

Hartley, J. J. : Meat contract, 94,397 lbs, 6,230.19 ; cutting ice and filling ice-house, 80.00 ; 

fish, 1,432 lbs, 128.88 ; poultry, 30 83 ; hams, 479 lbs, 69.25 ; lard, 816 lbs, 98.75 ; 

sausage, 95 lbs, 9.70 ; sundries, 15.33 

Harrison, T..: Turnips, 118 bush, 11.83 ; Hazlett, Wm. : Potatoes, 55 bush, 14.30 

Hewitt, John : Turnips 70 bush, 7.03 ; potatoes, 60J buah, 15.73 

Home, Wm.: Potatoes, 77 bush, 20.11 ; Home, John: Turnips, 233 bush, 23.33 

Hunt Bros: Flour contract, 1050 bbls, 3,751 35 ; shorts, 1 ton, 17.00 ; bran, 2 tons, 32 00 

Harvie, John R. Straw, 11 tons 795 lbs, 56.99 ; hay, 1 ton 860 lbs, 1 1.44 

Harvie, Alex : Plastering, etc, 52.00 ; Hughes, Thos : Cord wood, 11 cord «, 30 25 

Hazlett, J : Turkeys, 378 lbs, 33.05 ; hard wood, 11£ cords, 31 .63 

Huggard, R . L : Apples, 16 bbls 

Inglis, John & Sons: Gas retorts, 2, 101.43 ; labor, 8.95 ; Ingersoll, S; Fish, 125 lbs, 8 75. 
Johnston, James Hay 9 tons 570 lbs, 69.39 ; oats, 120 bu, 36.27 ; turnips, 62 bu, 6.21 ; 

potatoes, 190 bu, 49.25 



68 45 


33 58 


10 85 


58 73 


10 00 


31 03 


25 75 


16 81 


118 00 


105 20 


462 82 


2,609 50 


733 91 


19 04 


25 92 


40 30 


26 37 


32 25 


51 03 


10 75 


139 45 


116 85 


37 40 


9 50 


36 65 


22 15 


48 88 


59 51 


153 93 


6 44 


6,662 93 


26 13 


22 76 


43 44 


3,800 35 


68 43 


82 25 


64 68 


29 88 


119 13 



161 12 



36 02 
30 62 
28 35 


228 15 
12 50 
74 80 
54 97 



5,061 99 


24 65 


87 99 


48 08 


191 63 


13 85 


51 30 


72 13 


32 15 


100 00 


11 80 



1901 1 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 73 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 

ASYLUM FOR IDIOTS, ORILLI A- Con. 

Expenses— Con. 

ohnston, Thos : Hard wood, 5 cords, 16 25 ; plums, pears, etc, 7 90 ... . 

Johnston, John! Hay, 3 tons, 24.34: Johnston, Root: Potatoes, 44 bu. 11.68 

Johnston, E: Potatoes, 86 bus, 22 58 ; Jones. J. C: Apples, etc, 8.04 

Jones & Moore Electric Co: Electric supplies, 22 35 ; Janes. N. & Son . Perf. seats, 8 doz, 6. 
Kerr, Albert: (Balance 1900) meat c mtract, 3.775 lbs at 5.74, 216.68 ; bacon, 25£ lbs, 3.57 ; 

lard, 40 lbs, 4.80 ; poultry, 1.35 ; sausage, 17i lbs, 1.75 

King, W. J Painting, papering, etc 

Long, The E. Mfg. Co: Grate bars, 12, 8.92 ; castings, etc, 35.88 ; separators, 2, 30 00 

Lehman, K. A: Potatoes, 75c bu,18.73 ; Lahay, J: Hay, 2 tons 1250 lbs, 21.00 ; straw, 3t. 15.24 
Main, T. A" Sunday furnishings, 55.75 ; sheeting?, 1060 yds, 209.68 ; curtains, 1 set, 4.00 ; 

crash, 512 yds, 62.00 ; hose, 22 doz. 61.05 ; yarn, 46 lbs, 16.35 ; mitts, 2 doz, 5 75 ; 

shirting, 220 vds, 26.40 ; straw hats, 8 doz. 10 20 ; cloth caps. 7 dz, 18.25; sox, 6 dz, 20.70; 

towelling. 426 yds, 51 18 ; buttons. 3.20 ; currants, 174 lbs, 19.56 ; prunes, 385 lbs, 1732 ; 

sugar, 733 lbs, 31.15; com starch, 280 lbs, 15.00; blueing, 20 lbs, 3.00; syrup, 608 lbs, 18.24 ; 

ldry soap, 200 lbs, 11.00 ; baize, 8 yds, 8.00 667 78 

Moore, Chris: (Balance 1900) butter contract, 1050 lbs at 16|, 177.19; (1901 contract) 

24,982i lbs at 18J, 4,621.73; cheese, 285 lb*,30.84; *ggs, 1229 doz, 166.04; sox,8 d<>z. pr, 28 80 ; 

straw ihats, 15 dz, 19.55 ; cherries, 5 60; sundries, 2.34;storch, 60 lbs, 3 90; plums, 15 bskts.6 

Margrett, A. Pillows, 6 pair, 12.00 ; sundries, 2 65 ; furniture, 10.03 

Mainer, Robt: Iron, tinware, e^c, 53.15 ; repairing boiler, 34.84 

Moore, Henry : ( )ats, 108 bus 42.23 ; Muir, T. J : Travelling exp«ns«s, 5.85 

Morrison, The Jas. Brass Mfg. Co Castings, etc, 78.38; plumbers supplies, 6.45; 

picking. 11 lbs 10.13 ; bath, plumbing, etc, 96.67 

Moyer, S K Peaches, 10.60 ; pears, 3 . 25 

Mulcahy, Thos: Moccasins, 31 pair, 33.25 ; boots & shoes, 15 pair, 18 05 

Muiphy, John: Turnip;, 335 bush, 33.52 ; potatoes, 116 bus, 30.41 ; oats, 21 bus, 8.20 

Martin, Joseph: Turnips, 99£ bush, 9.95 : Morrison, E* Rep. boots & shoes, 22.20 

Malloy, E: Postage stamps, 10 00 ; Millar, M. Postage stamps, 88 00 ; rent of box, 2 00. . 

Mitchell, J. W : Tuning pianos, 4.00 ; Murdock, Jas Inp. of scaler 7 80 

Macdonald,Jno &Co: Serge, 66 yds. 102.55; shirting, 1,781 yds,204.88 ; duck, 115 yds, 12.97: 

holland, 45 vds, 5.59 ; canvas, 97 yds, 11.94 ; silesia, 75 yds, 11 33 ; italian, 27 yds, 14.85 ; 

shaker ,351 yds, 30.07 ; costume, 49 vds, 4 90 ; braces, 22 pr, 34 10 ; ticking, 220 yds 36 38 ; 

cotton, 1,991 yds, 143.03 ; spools, 8 pro, 43 20 ; tweed, 749 yds, 255.27 ; quilts, 75, 56.25 ; 

warp, 22 biles, 19.70 ; buttons, 11.00 ; blind clo'.h. 293 yds, 36 63 ; awning, 49, 9 60 : 

towelling, 257 yds 23 10 ; shirts, 2 doz, 10.00; rubber sheets, 4. 5.00 ; sundries, 34.38 . . . 1,116 72 
McKerrol, James Candies, 246 lbs, 1722; nuts, 50 lbs 6 38; rasins, 84 lbs, 6 01 

tobacco, 53 lbs, 22.77; soap, 53 bxs 130.54; corn meal, 1 bbl, 3.50; tapioca, 1341b3,6.37; 

corn starch, 80 lbs. 4 80 ; sundries, 34.16 , chees«, 72 lbs, 7.20 .... 238 95 

MacNab Bros: Leather belting, 112 ft, 25.64 ; chambers, 2| doz, 16.25 ; steam hose, 22 ft, 5 50; 

1 keg, 4.70; iron hardware, etc, 262.24 ; cuspadors, 20, 10 50 ; cement, 3 bbls, 11.00; 

mitts, 3 doz, 14 59 ; knobs, 1 doz. 4.50; alabastine, 100 pick, 37.50 ; packing, 33, 18.43; 

kalso. brushes, 2, 3.00 ; shovels, 6, 6.90 ; hose, 50 ft, 7.E0 ; glass, 41.60; diamond, 6.00; 

fire clay, 385 lbs 3.85 ; raw oil, 1 bbl, 29.93 ; jugs 10, 7.50 ; locks, 1 doz, 4 50; 

knives, 2 doz, 6.00 ; baskets | doz, 5.50 533 13 

McMahon, Broadfield & Co: Cups, 48 doz, 2s28 ; plates, 72 doz. 52 80 ; bowls, 3 doz, 3.30 ; 

china, glassware, etc , 18.45 ; dishes, 1 doz, 4.80 ; tumblers, 1 gro, 3.60 

MacKay & Co: Yarn, 132 lbs 46.20: McKinnon, L: Socks, 34 prs, 8 50 .... 

,McAlpin Tobacco Co: Tobacco, 32 lbs. 11.20 ; McLeod, Ralph: Potatoes, 32 bush, 8 47 

McPhee, A: Turkeys, 303 lbs, 27.27 ; potatoes 58 bush. 17.86 ; turnips, 156 bush, 15.67 

[McLeod, M: Potatoes, 110 bush, 28.67 ; McLean. O; Hay, 3 tons 430 lbs, 25.72 

[McKinley, D. M : Stabling horses, 50.00 ; livery hire, 1 . 00 

Nichol, W. J. &Co: Tea, 2,171 lbs 

[Nelson, H. A. Sons & C >: Brooms, 25 doz, 75 38 ; foap, 3 doz. 2.40 ; amusements, 5.02 
Nelson, H. W. & Co: Brooms, 50 doz, 135.52 ; scrubs, 2 gro, 36 00; matches, 4 ca*es,12.30; 

l sundries, 14 30 ... 

"Northway Co: Linoleum, etc, 2.50; sox, 12 prs, 3.60 

O'Connor, H : Turnips, 49 bush, 4.98 ; O Connor, C : Turnips, 50 bush, 5 02 

O'Connor, P: Straw, 5 tons 1,660 lbs, 29.15 ; turnips. 50 bush 5 08 

Perry & Alport" Ticking, 389 yds, 74 39 ; cotton, 137 yds, 10.96 ; muslin, 30 yds, 4.50 : 

moleskin, 46 yds, 8.69 ; apron linen, 391 yds. 72.59 ; quilts, 2, 3.00 : yarn, 6 lbs, 2.10; 

spools, 61 doz,29.28; shirting, 1,542 yds,178.l9; socks 5 doz. 17. 80; oil cloth, 108 yds, 24 84; 

print, 149 yds, 14.95 ; sundries, 54.33 ; caps, 4 doz, 9 00 ; holland, 97 yds, 14.55 : 

tape, 22 doz, 3.74 ; flannelette, 100 yds, 8.00 ; hose, 11.92 ; duck, 57 yds, 7.98 ; 

buttons, 3.75 554 56 

f Poison Iron Works - Repairs, etc, 14.49 ; gaskets, 19.40 33 89 

Pomeroy, S : Lumber, etc, 13 87 ; Payne, J . W : Hardwood, 14^ cords, 43 50 57 37 

Powell, E: Potatoes, 105 bush, 27.41; turnips, 210 bush, 21.08 48 49 

Perryman, Wm: Hay, 1 ton 1,250 lbs. 1300 ; oats, 155 bush, 62.00 75 00 

O^ueen City Oil Co: Cyl. oil, 81 gals, 52 68 ; 'candles, 288 Jbs, 30.96 ; gas oil, 61 gals, 485.72 ; 

coal oil, 91 gals, 14.46; wax, 213 lbs, 18.64 ; red oil, 40 gals, 11.12 613 58 

,Rogers, Elias Co: Egg coal, 48 tons 1,315 lbs at 600, 29194; (1901 contract) 

egg, 148 tons 960 lbs at 5.50, 816.64; stove, 72 tons 1,105 lbs at 5.75, 417.17; 

soft lump,17 tons 1,000 lbs,4.75,83.12; soft screenings, 1,716 tons 1,220 lbs at 3.43,5,887.95; 

stove, 74 tons 220 lbs at 6.10, 450.17 ; slack, 312 tons 140 lba at 3.75, 1,170.26 9,117 25 



106 23 


54 70 


19 67 


60 80 


54 39 


51 00 


412 49 


82 80 


198 12 


6 10 


10 00 


34 23 



74 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



[No. 1 



PUBLTO INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE —Continued. 



ASYLUM FOR IDIOTS, ORIL LI A- Con. 



Expenses— Con. 



Robertson, The Jas. Co: Castings, 14 66; Robertson, Geo. S: Straw, 2 tons 1,830 lbs, 14.58 

Rice Lewis & Son: Pig lead, 637 lbs, 31.22 ; gal v. baskets, 3.04 

Roberts, R. M: Straw, 4 tons, 1,330 lbs, 23.33 ; potatoes, 102 bush, 26.67 

Rutherford, Wm : Straw, 1 ton 1,330 lbs, 8 33 ; hay, 2 tons 200 lbs, 18 90 

Rolph, Smith & Co Scamping 

Robinson, E: Hay, 6 tons 1,030 lbs, 48.86 ; straw, 4 tons, 1,690 lbs, 24.23 

Ratcliffe, E: Hay, 14 tons 1,210 lbs, 115.19 ; cord wood, 10 cords, 32.50 ; oats, 225 bush, 73.20; 

apples, 4, bbls, 5.00 

Ralston, John : Repairing boots and shoes 

Regan, Thos. Apples, 25 bbls, 31.75 ; potatoes 42| bush, 11 12 ; turnips, 120 bush, 12.06 

Ross, John: Blksmithing and horseshoe ng, 47 15 ; Regan, M. S: Turnips, 119 bush, 11.97 

Regan, John : Potatoes, 27 bush, 7.15 ; turnip", 125 bush, 12.53 

Robinson, W: Hay, 2 tons 495 lbs, 17.98 ; Reed, A. T: Turnips, 86 bush, 8.60 

Regan, Patrick : Potat -es, 100 bush, 26.11 ; turnips, 63 bush, 6.30 

Ross, L. E Services temporary engineer . . 

Smith, R. O. Co: Stationery, 16.04 ; Smith & Loweason: Ammonia, 275 lbs, 16.50 

Shaw, L: Hay, 2 toBS l,5Lh lbs, 22.06 ; Stephen, James: Turnips, 118 bush. 11.79 

Salter, Chas: Work at pumping station, 11.25 ; Sheppard, F. A : Peaches, 11.20 

Sundry newspapers Advtg re supplies, 78 00 ; advtg re fu 4, 123.50 

Smith, M. E. & Co' Ldry soap, 2,583 lbs, 173.23 ; Sd. Charles, W.P: Trav'g expenses, 12.20. 

Taylor. John & Co: Lrlry soap, 2,179 lbs, 87.16 ; toilet soap, 100 bx*, 243.41 

Tait, A: Lumber, 79.74 ; egg coal, 3 tons 60 lbs, 18.82 

Times Prtg Co: Ptg and advg, 8 1 50 ; Toronto Ldry Soap Co: Ldry s >ap, 4,289 lbs, 209.99. 

Thornton, M : Straw, 3| tons, 20 40 ; hay, 1,940 lbs, 6.79 

Thomson, R : Straw, 3 tons, 415 lbs 

Thomson, D. C Oats, 10? bush, 34.80 ; peas, 5 bush, 3 52 ; straw, 1 ton 220 lbs, 5.55 ; 

potatoes, 192 bush, 49 99 

Vick, Geo. & Sons: (Balance 1900) fliur contract, 40 bbls at 3.29 

oatmeal contract, 24 bbls at 3.80, 91.20 ; bran, 15 tons, 235.15 ; shorts, 6£ tons, 111.05 ; 

rice, 2,513 lbs, 97.77 ; chicory, 264 lbs, 27.73 ; tea, 323 lbs, 60.47 ; prunes, 1,145 lbs, 53.48 ; 

figs, 351 lbs 14.78 ; cornmeal, 1 bbl, 3 10 ; sundries, 2.05 : rice, 250 lbs, 9.75 ; 

pot barley, 100 lbs, 2.75; oat chop, 1,300 lbs, 12.69; eggs, 90 doz, 12 45; pepper, 23 lbs, 4.83 ; 

sugar, 12,301 lbs, 519.57 ; tapioca, 193 lbs, 8.20 : evaporated apples, 50 lbs, 3.00 ; 

lemons, 2 cases, 8.00 ; split peas, 1 bbl, 4.25 ; currants, 89 lbs, 9.79 : 

molasses, 47i gal, 14.25 ; flour, 5 bbls, 18.50;. 

Wilson, J. H: Sugar, 16,106 lbs, 710.34 ; molasses, 91 gals, 27.77 ; syrup, 4,038 lbs, 107.66 ; 

salt, 28 bbls, 36.40 ; starch, 320 lbs, 18.08 ; corn starch, 120 lbs. 6.40 ; sundries, 85c ; 

vinegar, 32 gals, 8.96 

Watkins, Tho?. C: Suiting, 261 yds, 52.2C ; Wainwright, A. H: Harness repairs. 22.80 .... 
World Furnishing Co Interments, 120.00 ; pillows, 6, 9.00. chairs, 50, 22.50 ; 

upholstering, 31 25 ; carpet, 18 yds, 22.20 ; linoleum, 14 yds, 18.90 ; rug, 12.00. 

Wickens, A. M : Travelling expenses inspect ion of boilers 

West Disinfecting Co Disinfectant 44 \ pals. 



Wood, Sam. G : Potatoes, 63 bush, 16 34 ; turnips, 186 bush, 18.66 

Warwick Bros & Rutter Printing and binding 

Wilson, H. H: Sago, 100 lbs, 6.00 ; sundries, 10.85 ; split peas, 196 lbs, 4.90 ; 

chicory, 144 lbs, 15 84 ; ccffee, 744 lbs, 203,80 ; beans, 5 bush, 9.94 

Sundry persons : Accounts unenumerated undir 10.00 



$29 24 


34 26 


50 00 


27 23 


6 00 


73 09 


225 89 


44 35 


54 93 


59 12 


19 68 


26 58 


32 41 


58 00 


32 54 


31 85 


22 45 


201 50 


185 43 


330 57 


98 56 


294 49 


27 19 


16 04 


93 86 


131 60 



1,456 40^ 



916 46 

75 00 


235 85 

8 40 

66 75 

35 00- 

16 55 


251 33 
54 93 



CENTRAL PRISON, TORONTO. 



Salaries ($26,012.25). 



J. T. Gilmour, M.D ..Twelve months' salary 

M. Logan do 

W. Sloan, M.D do 

A. Jaffray . . do 

J. M. Campbell do 

G. W. Edgar do 

J. O. Anderson do 

F, Williams Eight do 

F. W. Lyons ... . . Twelve do 

A. Sangster do 

W. Crackle do 

W. R. Hardy do 

D. Moody ... do 

W. W. Mason do 

W. E Cochenour Six do 

Guards Twelve do 

Alex. Campbell do 



Warden 2,000 00 

Deputy Warden 1,400 00 

Physician 800 00 

Bursar 1,299 47 

Storekeeper 800 00- 

Clerk and Librarian 900 00 

Accountant 450 00 

Stenographer . . . . 133 28 

Sergeant 700 00 

Cook and Baker • 650 00 

Mason 700 GG 

Carpenter 600 00 

A ssistant Gardener , 550 00 

Engineer 800 00 

Hospital Guard 300 00 

13,30130- 

Temporary Carpenter 628 20 



lOOl PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 75 

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.- Continued. 
CENTRAL PRISON, TORONTO-Ccm. 

Expenses ($34. 587. 75). 

Aikenhead Hardware Co: Table knives, forks and spoons, 21 do/, 25.99; iron, h'dware, etc, 6 45; 

speaking tube, 6 ft, 3.00 

Authors & Cox : Truss, 7.00 ; Applegaih, Jesse: Uniform naps, 12, 21.00 

Brown, Alex. & Co : (Bal mc« 1900, flour contract), 51 bbls, at 3 07 

(1900, flour contract). 908| bbls at 3.30 

Boeckh Bros & Co: Whitewash b ush heads. 1 doz, 26.55 ; scrub brushes, 12 doz, 29.88 ; 

hair brooms, 2, 3.80 ; dusters, 4 55 ; sundries, 2.62 

Bird, J A. & W. Co: Magmte, 393 lbs, 26.96 ; Brown Bros: Blank books, staVy, etc, 26 10 
Buntin, Reid & Co : Manilla tissue, 15 rms, 17 25; Bingham, G. A: Drugs & chemicals, 237.24. 

Bursar : To pay sundries 

C- P. Industries: Clothing, 3,317.10 ; bedding, 187.99 ; boots and shoe?, 1,513.90 ; 

cleaning, 725.54 ; furnishings, 108.19 ; repairs, 1,066.12 ; stable, 218 03 

Cummings & Sellers : Fur caps, 12, 72.00 ; City D *iry Co : Milk and cream, 6.80 

Clemes Bros: Apples, 5 bbls, 14.00 ; berries, 23 Osk% 20.75 ; prunes, 100 lbs, 7.50 

Crawford, J as Potato contract, 1, 6 46^ bush ar 35c 

Cane, Wm. & Sons, Mfg. Co : Night buckets 400 

Chandler & Massey : .Surgical instruments 

Cameron, L. K Stationery and paper, 188.80 ; Consumes' Gas Co Gas, 846.35 

Cotton, J. M., MA). : Ass-sting at operation, 25 00 ; Can. Exp. r o : Express cha'ges, 1.10. . 
Doyle, The M., Fish Co: Fish, 2,300 lbs, 17^50 ; Oevereil, A. D Drugs & chem'l<, 115.44 

Dawson Commission Co : Apples, 4 bbls, 11.00 ; figs, 187 lb->, 6.54 

Duncan, J. T., M.D : Examination of prisoner, 5.00 : Dickson Co: Railr'd ties, 100, 26 00. 
Eaton, The T. Co: Plates, 6 doz. 18.50; cups and saucers, 2^d'z. 10.50; vegetables, 6 doz, 13.50; 

tea plates, A\ doz, 12.38 ; platters, 3 doz, 3 30 ; nappies, 2 d»>z, 4.80 glassware, etc, 24.07; 

Empire Soap Co : Laundry soap, 502 lbs, 28.34 ; soap powder, 6 cases, 30.00 

Eakins & Ferris : Photo supp ies . . ... 

Fleishmann & Co: Yeast, 156£ lbs, 46 95 ; Fra*er, G. B: Tabling, 39 yds. 17 55 

Farewell, L: Fur caps, 3, 18 00 ; h*t, 3.00 ; uniform hats, 8, 24.00; caps, 10, 17 75. . . 
Gallagher & Co: Oysters, 7 gals, 14.00 ; peas, 4 doz. cans, 10.55 ; salmon, 11.60 ; 

sundries, 12.33 .. .. 

Gold Medal Furniture Mfg. Co Upholstering, 32 02 ; Gren. Ice Co: Ice, 263 tons, 131.75. . 
Gunn, D. Bros. & Co: Eggs, 360 doz 46.50; beans. 60^ bush, 104 25; bacon & ham, 315 lbs, 44.27; 

pot barley, 12.50 ; cottolene, 300 lbs, 30 88 ; pork, 10 bb'«, 206.00 ; cheese. 139 lbs 13.90; 

biscuits. 6.92 ; salt, 8 bbls, 10.40 ; table silt, 27 bbls, 10.75 ; apples, i0 00 

Gurney Foundry Co: Oven grates, 5.00 ; repairs to boiler, 24.20 

Graham, A: Rolled oats, contract. 60 bbls at 3.40 ... 

Gutta Percha and Rubber Mfg- Co: Packing, 21 lbs, 6 45 ; fire hoee, couplings, etc, 105.22; 

rubber boots, 3 pr, 8.44 

Globe Ptg. Co : Subscriptions, 10.00 ; Guinane : Boots, 2 pr, 8 00 

Glionna, D. A: Music suppli. d, 10.00 ; G. T. Railway Co: Freight charges, 3 74 

Gilmour, J. T., M.D: Table allowance, 547.96 ; travelling exp. attending convention, 62.35. 
Hunter, Moses: Hay, 17 tons 1,359 lbs, 250.44 ; shorts, 2 tons 1,795 lbs, 51.20 ; 

oats, 876J bush, 305.36 ; bran, 6 tons 1.545 lbs, 106.5t; straw, 2 tons 291 lbs, 17.16 ; 

corn meal, 1,180 lb-, 12.98 

Hartz, The J. F. Co: Surgical appliances, etc, 81 87 ; Hall, Ja«: Rep. on mof-, 169.20 . . . 

Harris, The E. Co: Marking ink, 1 q\ 7.50 ; Hall, F. & ^on: Gl ves, 14 prs, 14.00 

Harris, Dr. : Serv. as temp, physician, 43.00 ; Heggie, W.C., M.D. : Assist, atoper'n., 5.00 
Howland. H. S., Sons & Co : Screws, 96 gro. 17 37 ; nails, 7 kegs, 23.43 ; tablespn's 4 gro. 13.55 ; 

rooting felt, 18 rolls, 14.64 ; locks, 9.72 ; shovels, 1 dozen, 10 69 ; twine. 12 lb*., 3.84 ; 

knives, \ doz, 8.41 ; shears, \ doz. 4.00; faucets, |doz., 4 95 ; bowls, re-tinned, 12 doz 16.05 ; 

knives and fi rks, 12 sets, 48.00; teaspoons, 6 doz., 16.75; razors, \ doz., 7 80; 

iron, hardware, etc., 81.96 

Hurd, H. E , V.8. : Livery hire. 7. 25 ; Hill, W : Services as stableman, 45.00 

Hunter, R. : Purchase of meat, 6 223,26 ; exchange on cows, 75.50 

Hall, E. E. . . Services as waiter re ent- rtaining Members ... .• 

Independent Oil Co : Japan dryer, 49 gals ... 

Junor, Wm. : Veg. dishes, 1 doz., 8.00 ; chimneys, 6 doz , 4 48; tumblers. 24 doz , 14.50; 

nappies, 6 doz., 3 90 ; plates, 6 doz , 750 ; cups, 15 doz,, 13.50 ; salts,12 doz., 7 20 ; 

peppers, 12 doz., 7.20 ; chinaware, 9.60 

Jarvis, F. C. '. Apples, 8 bbls 

Ko-Ri-Za Chemical Co : Disinfectant, 126 gals , 75.60 ; Kilgour Bros. : Flour sacks, 1,500. 40.22. 

King, W J. : Postage stamps r 

Kay, John, Son & Co. : Tapestry. 15 yds., 16 50 ; matting, 4 vds., 3.90 ; sundries, 24.08 

Lumsden Bros. : Rice, 5,950 lbs , 221.89 ; raisins, 394 lbs , 42.35 ; sujar, 10 004 lbs., 426.74 ; 

scrubs, 12 doz., 24.00 ; syrup, 5,078 lbs , 151.87 ; currants, 127 lbs., 16 01 ; 

peas, beans, corn, etc., 48 doz. cans, 38.80; prunes, 32i lbs , 22 89 ; shav'g. soap, 1 gro., 5.40 ; 

sal. soda, 450 lbs., 3.60 ; pails, 6 doz., 17.10 ; molasses, 4,089 lbs., 80 58 ; twine, 1 gro 10.50 ; 

tea, 10 lbs., 4.00 ; sundries, 83.38 1,149 11 

Leckie, John: Duck, 33 yards 18 12 

Murray, W. A. & < 'o : Table cloths, 3, 34.50 ; napkins; 2 doz., 8.00 42 50 

Maloaey. John & Co.: Sewer pipe, 100 ft., 13.50; cement, 22 bbls., 63.10 ; lime, 5,400 lbs ,17.40; 

sundries, 8.25 102 25 

Morang, G. N. Sc Co. : Medical books , 15 00 



$35 44 


28 00 


156 57 


2,998 05 


67 40 


53 06 


254 49 


20 35 


7,136 87 


78 80 


42 25 


576 22 


120 00 


25 05 


1,035 15 


26 10 


287 94 


17 54 


31 00 


87 05 


58 34 


75 40 


64 50 


62 75 


48 48 


163 77 


496 37 


29 20 


204 00 


120 11 


18 00 


13 74 


610 31 


743 69 


251 07 


21 50 


48 00 



281 16 


52 25 


6,298 76 


10 00 


41 65 


75 88 


8 00 


115 82 


142 00 


44 48 



76 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE — Continued. 

CENTRAL PRISON, TORONTO- Con. 

Expenses— Con. 

Mail Ptg. Co : Subscription, 4 00 ; Might Directory Co. : Directory, 5.00 $900 

Macdonald, Jno. & Co.: Towels, 2 doz , 3.60 ; shirts, 4 50 ; towelling, 226 yards, 20.39 ; 

crash, 206 yards, 20.63 49 12 

Mcintosh, P. & Son: Split peas contract, 36 bbls. at 3 75 135 00 

McKinlay, A. F- & Co. : Manila tissue, 119 rms , 109.15 ; wrapping, 2| rms , 3.33 112 48 

Nelson, H. W. & Co : Brooms, 37 doz., 85.68 ; whisks, 5 doz., 7.28 92 96 

Pugsley, Dingman & Co. : Laundry soap, 519 lbs , 19 46 ; toilet soap, 12 boxes, 21 60 41 06 

Poison Iron Works : Repairing "Hawley" down draft, etc 620 00 

Park, Black well & Co. : Manure, 14.60 ; Prisoners' Aid Ass'n, cab hire re relig. serv's. 337.50. . 352 10 

Queen City Oil Co : Coal oil, 92 gals 13 81 

Ramsay, R. H. & Co.: Hams and bacon, 287 lbs., 39.03; pot. barley, 9 bbls., 42 75 ; 

cheese, 220 lbs , 25 77 ; biscuits, 228 lbs., 17.10 ; jam, 81 lbs., 7 56 ; cottolene, 460 lbs 49.10 ; 

eggs, 278 drz . 51.54 ; pork, 9 bbls., 183.00 ; turkeys. 108 lbs , 12.96 ; dairy salt, 11 bbis 13.85 ; 

table salt, 25 bags, 16.95 ; beans, 126 bush.. 213.11 ; evap. apples, 300 lbs., 20.50 ; 

sundries, 9.50 ' 702 72 

Ryan, The Wm. Co. : (Balance 19,00) butter contract 363 lbs. at 17c, 61.71; 

( 1901 contract) 1993 lbs. at 19c, 378.67 ; pork, 28£ bbls., 560 00 

Rogers, The Chas. & Sons Co. " Furniture etc 

Robertson, The Ja«, Co : Iron pipe. 2,818 feet, 138 60; valve discs, 17 dozen, 12.76; 

castings, ftc., 58.92 ; black pipe, 84 feet, 35.70 ; globe valves, 18, 12.90; closet, 11.00 

Rodger, W P. : Linen thread, 1 gro., 9.80 ; Rathbone, F. W. : Gloves, 7 p*ir, 7.00 

Robinson, W. T ( Balance 1900), potato contract, 702 bus, at 4 2c 

Rogers, Elias Co: Soft screenings, 596 tons 200 lbs, at 2.79, 1,663.13 ; soft lump, 1 ton, 4.50 : 

(1901 contract,) egg, 97 tons. 200 lbs, at 4 87, 472.88 ; nut, 50 t ns 1,800 lbs, at 4.87, 247.88; 

soft screenings, 187 tons 300 lb?, at 2.53, 473 49 

Ryrie Bros : Spectacles, 3 doz, 9.00 ; Roberts, E H : Keys and etc, 5.90 

Rolph Snr'th & Co : Lithographing , . . 

Smith, Jno. B. <v Sons: Pine 533 ft, 23.98 ; sheeting, 1,100 ft, 33.00 ; lumber and etc, 65.89 . 
Simmers, J. A: Seeds, bulb*, and etc, 180 71 ; Smith and Lawrason: Ammonia, 263 lbs. 15.78. 

Spence, Dr: Pro, services, 12.00 ; Sparrow, Geo. & Co: Repairing tinware, 13.65 

Shuttleworth, E. B. Ch^m. Co: Surgical appliances 

Stanway, Geo. & Co : Tea, 1,048 lbs 

Simpson, The Robt. Co: Gloves, 19 pair, 19.00 ; fur cap, 6.00 ; crash, 400 yds, 40 00 ; 

ticking, 100 yds, 20.00 ; h it, 3.00 ; boots, 1 pair, 4.00 ; straw hats, 12 doz, 16.20 ; 

caps, 2 doz, 12.00 ; shirts, 13 doz, 71 50 ; table cloth 4, 16.00 ; table npks 6 doz, 12.50 ; 

r underwear, 10 drz, 55.00 ; cotton, 50 yds, 2.50 277 70 

Stanneirs, A. C : Spectacles, 6 doz. p»ir, 15 45 ; Sundry newspapers: Advtg, re supplies, 78.00; 

refuel, 117.50 

St. M'chaeis Cathedral '. Cab hire, re religious services 

Sundry persons: Allowances fo' overwork and good conduct 

Toronto Coffee & Spice Co • Coffee, 76-5 lbs, 166.26; pepper, 350 lbs, 70.80: 

baking powder, 120 lbs, 21 60 ; sundries, 2.94 

Taylor, John & Co Ldry soap, 2,573 lbs. 105.49 ; toilet soap, 29 boxes, 104.40 

Toronto City Corporation: Manure, 295 loads, 44.80 ; Tomalin, J: Turkey, 147 lbs, 16.91. , 
Thomas, H. T. & Co. Books for Horary, 190.00 ; Toronto Electric Lgt, Co: Light, 32.83. , 

Toronto Railway Co: Car tickets, 84.00 ; Toront) Railway Guide: Subscription, 5 20 

Toronto Auer Lgt. Co L'ghts 12 

Whimster, Jas: Crash, 1,011 yd*, 100.65; cotton, 952 yd-*, 72.49; mat?, 6, 7.05; 

hdkfs, 15 doz, 15.00 ; towelling, 206 yds, 20.65 ; sheeting, 63 yds, 12.65 ; 

shirts, 25 doz, 137.50 ; oeans, 11 bus, 18 00 383 99 

Wood, Vallance Co: Handcuffs, 2 pair, 10.30 ; shackles, 2 pair, 15.15 ; pistol, 12.50 ; 

cartridges, 100, 2 20 40 15 

Waterworks Department: Wat r, 481.30 ; White & Co: Berries, 156 bxs, 9.36 490 66 

West Disinfecting Co: 52 gals, disinfectant, 65.00 ; Wood, W. Loyd Vaccine, 5 00 70 00 

Webb, Isaac: In lieu of board, 25.00 ; Warwick Bros. & Rutter . Printing and binding, 61.78. 86 78 

Warlow, S : Services as waiter re entertaining Members 10 00 

Ward, J do 8 00 

Sundry Persons : Accounts unenumerated under 10.00 66 90 

REFORMATORY FOR BOYS, PENETANGUISHENE. 

Salaries ($13,540.24). 



Thos McCrosson Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 

Richard H. Stedman. . do Deputy Superintendent 

Wm. P. Baud do Bursar and Storekeeper . . . 

P. H. Spohn, M.D.... do Surgeon 

Rev. Stephen Card ... do Protestant Chaplain 

Rev. P. McEachern. . .One do Roman Catholic Chaplain . 

Rev. T. F. Laboureau. Eleven do do 

I). F. Wright Twelve do Protestant School Teacher. 

James Lonergan ,«''•« do Roman Catholic do 



1,000 38 


28 40 


269 88 


16 80 


294 84 


2,861 88 


14 90 


15 00 


122 86 


196 49 


25 65 


29 12 


239 25 



210 95 


187 50 


151 85 


261 60 


209 89 


61 71 


222 83 


89 20 


10 80 



1,800 00 


1,000 00 


950 00 


700 00 


499 92 


50 00 


466 60 


600 00 


600 00 



1901 ] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 77 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 

REFORMATORY FOR BOYS, PENETANGUISHENE— Con. 

Salaries— Con. 

Alex. McKellar Three months' salary as Steward and Storekeeper $199 98 

W.H.Smith Twelve do Carpenter 600 00 

R. C. Trott do Enginf er 600 00 

Wm. Sale do Baker 450 00 

James O' By rre . ..Three ' do Shoemaker 137 49 

L. E. Lane Twelve do Tailor 599 99 

Wm. Stewart do Farmer 127 50 

Thos. Harford do Gardener 400 00 

Donald Rae do Night Guard 500 00 

Thos Fitzpatrick do Chief Guard 500 00 

Guards (5) do 2,198 76 

Jos. Lemoine do Laundryman 400 00 

Alma Lemoine Services as Roman Catholic Organist 80 00 

Ada D. Newton do Protestant do 80 00 

Expenses ($16,498.88). 

Allan, A. A. & Co: Fur caps, 15. 82.50 : Allen, Jas. H: Blasting stone as per contract, 20.00 
Breithaupt Bros. & Hall: Shoe leather, 714 lbs,204.92; bristles,l lb, 8.00; nails, thread, etc, 5. 84. 
Bpausoleil, Eli: Cordwood, 64 cords, 128 00 ; Brown Bros: Blank books and staty, 15 90. . 

Bell Tel. Co: Rent of 'phor e, 75.00 ; messages, 4.20 

Beausoliel, P: Reward re capture of eloper, 10.00 ; Bain Book and Staty. Co: Magazines. 4 75 
Briggs, Wm: Sheet mutic, 8.00 ; books, 1.56 ; Bergeron A: Entertainment for boys, 6.00. . 

Copeland, Geo. & Sods : Bran contract, 6 tons 1, 300 lbs 

Charlebois Bros: Socks, 48 pr, 12.00 ; Church Record'. Subscription 150 copies, 15.00 

Claxton & Weatherburn : Band music, 16.00 ; drum head, 3.00 ; Card.Rev.S: Trav.exp,8.25 
Dom. Lndry. Soap Co: Lndry. poap, 232 lbs, 11.60 ; Day, Isaac: Inspection of schools, 40 00 
Darling, J. S: Postage stamps. 60.00 ; stamped envelopes, 33.00 ; telegrams, etc, 23.40 . . . 
Eckardt, H. P. & Co: Syrup, 287 gals, 116 66 ; corn meal, 14 bbls, 41.50 ; sugar, 325 lbs, 16.57; 
raisins, 112 lbs, 8.82; coffee, 1,418 lbs, 113.97; sal soda, 375 lbs, 3.19; split peas, 2 bags, 4.00; 
pepper, 50 lbs, 8.75 ; pot barley, 2 bags, 3.90 ; blacking, 2 grs, 18.00 ; beans, 26 bus, 46.12 ; 

currants. 50 lbs, 5.31 ; sundries. 13 09 

Eddy, The E. B. Co : Toilet paper, 5 doz pkgs 

Flett, Lowndes & Co: Buttons, 18.75 ; linen thread, 26 lbs, 58.50 ; silesia, 388 yds, 80.31 ; 
italian, 79 yds, 71.55 ; spool thread, 3£ gro. 18 90; braid, 1 gro, 8 50; canvas, 225 yds,28 51; 

holland. 98 vds, 17.88 ; beaver, 1 lb, 11.00 ; sundries, 18 65 

Fraser, G. B: Sheeting, 306 vds, 94 84 ; cotton, 1,158 vds, 114 06 ; cottonade, 212 yds, 46.16 

Fleischmann & Co : Yeast, 86 lbs, 21 78 ; postage, 13.35 

Gendron, M. A: Letter press, 8.00 ; nails, 9 kegs, 31.25 ; glass, 16.00 ; scrubs, 1 doz, 2.75; 
putty, 400 lbs, 12.25 ; repairs, 9.39 ; bread pans, 42, 11.76 ; iron, hardware, etc, 103.38; 
shoe brushes, 4 doz, 9.50 ; granite cups, 2 doz, 3.00 ; paint, 1| gals, 3.60; pails, 1 doz, 3 00; 

files, 34 doz, 12.20 ; tubs, \ doz, 5.40 231 48 

Gendron, C. G: Uniform boots, 15 pr, 60.00 ; socks, 17' pr, 4.25 ; repairs to boots, 3.96 ; 

boots and shoes, 240 pr, 334.00 

Grozelle, Josephine ' Mitts, 44 pr, 11.44 ; socks, 217 pr, 56.42 

Grozelle, Rachael: Socks, 69 pr, 17.47 ; G. T. Railway Co: Freight charges, 88.36 

Grant Hamilton Oil Co : Floor oil 

Hamilton Engine Packing Co: Gaskets, 4.80 ; packing, 3.30 ; flue cleaner, 3.00 

Hunt Bros : (Balance 1900 flour contract) 75 bbls at 3.22 

(1901 contract) 410 bbls at 3.57 

Hall, Z. A: Hemlock extract, 40 gals, 12.00 ; Hewson, E. J' Printing, advtg, etc, 27.80 

Holt-Renfrew & Co: Uniform hats, 2, 6 00 ; Harford, Thos: Exp. recovering eloper, 5.00. . 
Jubilee Grate Bar Co: Grate bars, 19.50; Johnstone, Rev. W.R: Cab > hire re religious serv, 50. 00 

Jamieson, J : Braces, 12 doz pr , 

Kingston, Rev. G. M : Cab hire re religious services 

King, James: Hauling and delivering coal, 111.99 ; Kernoghan, D: Use of engine, 10.00 

Kay, John, Son & Co: Linoleum, 25 yds, 33.41 ; carpet, 133 yds, 118.84 ; making carpets,6.54; 

portieres, 14 pr, 12.00 

Lecamp, Wm: Seed potatoes, 108 bag*, 56.13 ; agricultural implements, 7.00 

Laboureau, Thos. F " Expenses in chapel 

commutation free house, light, fuel and water 

Meadows, Geo. B : Wire basket, 6.00 ; Maye S : Socks, 21 pr, 5.25 

McCrosson, Thos". Table allowance, 455.01 ; travelling expenses, 72.45 , 

McGibbon, F.& Sons H'd w'd, 150 cords, 441.79; McColl, A. B.& Co : cylinder oil, 51 gals, 34 17 

McKellar, A : Travelliog expenses 

Nelson, The H. A. & Sons Co : Thermometers, 2 doz 

Nelson, H. W. & Co: Brooms, 11 doz, 32.85 ; Btable brooms, 1 doz, 3.20 

Nisbet & luld: Serge, 110 yds, 293 33 ; Nettleton, C. A: Drugs and chemicals, 63.05 .... 

Norton, A. A : Services as temporary engineer 

Ontario Rubber Co: Wringer, 11.54 ; O'Bryne, Jas: Services as gate attendant, 79.98 

Payette, Josephine: Socks, 54 prs, 13.69 ; Penetang Navigation Co: Hire of steamer, 50.00 



102 50 


218.76 


143 90 


79 20 


14 75 


15 56 


99 75 


27 00 


27 25 


51 60 


116 40 


399 88 


4 95 


332 55 


255 06 


35 13 



402 21 


67 86 


105 83 


48 17 


11 10 


241 50 


,463 70 


39 80 


11 00 


69 50 


25 75 


50 00 


121 99 


170 79 


63 13 


30 00 


83 30 


11 25 


527 46 


475 96 


18 15 


5 00 


36 05 


356 38 


8 00 


91 52 


63 69 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



[No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
REFORMATORY FOR BOYS, PENETANGUISHENE-Con. 

Expenses— Con. 



P. & M E. St. R'y Light and Power Co. Electric light service 

Rogers, The Elias Co: Soft screenioge, 641 tons 1,800 lbs at 2.75, 1,765.23 ; 

stove coal, 60 tons 1,300 lbs at 5.09, 308.72 ; nut, 15 tons 600 lbs at 5.09, 77.87 ; 

egg, 27 tons 1,300 lbs at 5.09, 135.64 ; and 25 tons 560 lbs at 5.50, 139.04 ; 

(1901 coal contract): Egg coal, 61 tons 1,580 lbs at 5.70, 352.20 ; 

nut, 19 tons 900 lbs at 5.70, 110.86 ; stove, 56 tons, 1,600 lbs at 5.70, 323.76 ; 

screenings, 603^ tons at 2.28, 1,375.99 

Rowat, J. J: Hay, 20 tons 720 lbs, 192.40 ; straw, 6 tons 360 lbs, 33.98 ; barley, 137 bu, 54.94; 

peas, 229 bu, 125.76 

Rankin, Thos : Oats, 606 bu, 175.71 ; Rots, H. H : Express sharges, 31.25 

Smith & Lawrason: Ammonia powder, 831b», 4.98 ; Seigner, J. F: Ser, as night fireman, 10.00 
Smith. W. H: Treas. S. S. No. 7, Tay, yearly grant of exemption from school rates of resident 

officials' children 

Shanahan, D. J: Blacksmithing and horseshoeing, 119.54; Strehler, A: Tuning organs, 5.00. 

Sundry newspapers : Advertising re supplies, 48.00 : do re fuel, 79.14 

Sadlier, D. & J. & Co : Chapel furnishings 

Taylor, Jno. & Co: Laundry soap, 2,070 lhs, 82.80 ; toilet soap, 18 boxes, 67.50 

Tor. Ldry. Soap Co. Ldry. soap, 225 lbs, 11 25; Turner, J. J. &Sor.s: Dominion enBign, 16.20 

Toronto Cap Mfg. Co." Peak caps, 1 gro, 18.00 ; uniform caps, \ doz, 9.00 

Tudhope Carriage Co: Carriage, 120.00 ; Trombley A: Reward re capture of elopers, 20 00. 

Town Treasurer : Water 

Toronto News Co: Subscriptions, magazines, etc, 56 68; Tyrrell, Wm. &Co' subscriptions, 5.95 
Wyld- Darling Co: Freize, 16£ yds, 37.13 ; cotton, 273 vds, 23.03 ; towels, 2 doz, 9.00 ; 

ehirtiner, 594 yds, 70.29 ; napkins, 2 doz, 6.50 ; duck, 54 yds, 6.74 ; sheeting. 337 yds, 39.21; 

serge, 64 yds, 80.31 ; towelling, 204 yds, 15.85 ; foundries, 2.90 

Wright; C. E: (Bal. 1900 Meat contract): 2,158 lbs at 6.49, 140.06 ; 443 lbs at 6.54, 28.97 ; 

(1901 Meat contract) : 10,931 lbs at 6.64, 725.80 

Wilson, The H. A. Co: Athletic goods, 57.30 ; Warwick Bros. & Rutter, stationery, 38.61 
Wright, G. H: Glass, 48.33; iron, hardware, etc, 58.50 ; nails, 3 kegs, 10.70; 

thimbles, 1 grs, 2.25 ; putty, 200 lbs, 5.80 ; smoke stack, etc, 6.75 ; ice box, 7.00; 

coal oil, 90 gals, 19.45 ; assorted brui-hes, 3 doz, 11.37 ; rope, 40 lbs, 6 40 ; 

couplings, 6.00 ; forks, 12 doz, 7.20 ; granite mugs, 4 doz, 5.80 

Sundry persons: Accounts unenumerated under 10.00 



$1,300 CO 



4,589 31 

407 08 

206 96 

14 98 

150 00 
124 54 
127 14 

68 04 
150 30 

27 45 

27 00 
140 00 
800 00 

62 63 



290 96 

894 83 
95 91 



195 55 
71 39 



INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB-BELLEVILLE. 



R. Mathison Twelve months' 

J. E. Eakins, M.D One and h do 

P. D Goldsmith, M.D.Ten and J do 

W. Cochrane Twelve do 

Isabel Walker do 

D. R. Coleman do 

Paul Denys do 

J. C. Balis do 

G. F. Stewart do 

W. J. Campbell do 

D. J. McKillop Four and J do 

Effie Terrill Twelve do 

Sarah Templeton do 

Ida M. Jack do 

Thos. C. Forrester do 

Mary Bull ...> do 

Sylvia L. Balis do 

Gegrgina Linn do 

Ada James do 

C. H. Gibson do 

Lilian N. Metcalfe do 

M. J. Madden do 

Wm. Douglas do 

O. G. Keith do 

M. Dempsey do 

S. A. McNinch do 

John Dowrie do 

Wm. Langmuir do 

Wm. Nurse do 

J. T. Burns do 

C. J. Peppin do 

D. Cunningham do 

John Moore do 

Henry Mclllhaw do 



Salaries ($22,781.73). 

salary as Superintendent 

Physician 

do 

Bursar 

Matron and Housekeeper . 
Teacher 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do Articulation 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do Articulation 

Typewriter and Clerk . . 

Teacher 

Storekeeper and Associate Supervisor. 

Boys' Supervisor 

Seamstress and Girls' Supervisor 

Trained Nurse 

Carpenter 

Assistant Carpenter 

Shoemaker 

Painter 

Engineer 

Baker 

Farmer and Gardener 

Watchman 



1,800 CC 

81 24 

437 44 

1,000 0( 

500 0( 

1.200 0( 

1^00 (K 

1,000 (X 

1,000 0( 

1,000 0< 

160 81 

650 (M 

7C0 01 

600 01 

600 

350 Oi 

562 4' 

400 0» 

250 

500 

399 9 

300 

700 

475 

300 

220 

550 

200 i 

550 C 

550 C 

600 C 

425 ( 

400 

300 ( 



1901] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 79 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 

INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB, BELLEVILLE-CW. 

, Salaries— Con. 

Peter Shane Twelve months' salary as Stoker $300 00 

James Ross Three and £ do do 87 50 

F.Benedict One and h do do 28 67 

L. O'Hare Six do Teamster 120 00 

C. Benedict do do 120 00 

C. Benedict Six do Messenger 96 00 

S. Ricket Five and f do do 9104 

Cooks (2) .Twelve do 276 00 

Maids(8) do 919 00 

Laundresses (3) do 340 50 

Boys' and Girls' 

Nurses (2) , do 276 00 

•Chas. Lang do Caretaker, Sewage Works . 365 00 

Expenses ($22,470.76). 

Ashley Carriage Works: Repairing vehicles,51. 85; American Annals of the Deaf : Subs,50.80 102 65 

Association to promote speech to the Deaf and Dumb ! Annual dues 2 00 

American Schcol for the Deaf : Books . 42 00 

Belleville Water Works Co. : Water, 1,125.00 ; Badgley, R. : Hay, 8,950 lbs, 51.46 1,176 46 

Belleville Canning Co. : Peas, 80 dcz, 79. 00; plums,36 doz cans, 39.80; peas, 30 dcz. cans, 45. 00; 

jam, 252 lbs, 17. 64; peaches,30 doz.cans,67.50; tomatoes and corn, 144 doz. cans, 118. 90. 367 84 

Black, W. & Son : Fish, 387 lbs, 38.69 ; Burns, Jno. T. : Taking pupils home, 5.70 44 39 

Balis, Sylvia C. : Returning pupils to institution, 9 50 ; Badgley, W. H.: Cartage, 10.50. . 20 00 

Belleville Sun'. Subscriptions, 2 years, 7.00 ; advertising, 1.00 8 00 

Brown, Nina : Services, temporary teacher 30 00 

Bell Telephone Co. : Mfssages, 4.45 ; repairs, 4.80 9 25 

Bursar: To pay sundry items, 12.73 ; fares for indigent pupils, 54.10 66 83 

Chown, The W.W.Co. ' Fire brick, 300,15.00 ; fire buckets, 2,9.50 ; cement, 2 bble,6.00 ; 

hardware, etc, 40.77 ; packing, 21 lbs, 17.85 ; solder, 25 lbs, 5.50 ; valves, 2, 8.00 ; 

discs. 11.80; laundry stove, 3700 15142 

Central Prison Industries : Tweed, 204 vds, 102.00 ; flannel, 150 yds, 38.00 140 00 

Cook, P. C. Pubg. Co. : School books 35.25; Cameron, L.K. : Stationery and paper, 132.25. 167 50 

Collip, J. D. : Currants, 50 boxes, 3.50 ; gooseberries, 50 boxes, 3.50 ... 7 00 

Cronk, H. W. : Livery hire, 18.00 ; Canadian Mute \ Postage stamps, 12.20 30 20 

Canadian Laundryman '. Subscription 1 00 

Carman, T. S. : Subscription, 3.00 ; advertising, 1.00 4 00 

Campbell, W. J. : Taking pupils, home and returning them to institution 24 00 

Coleman, D. R. : Do do do 14 95 

Clark, Wm. : Sausages, 415 lbs, 41.50 ; CUdwell, Jos. : Denbistry, 25.00 66 50 

Copeland,Jas. : Repairing harness etc,31. 88; Campbell, Sarah: Services as trained nurse, 20. 00 5188 

Can. Express Co. : Express charges, 18.60 ; C.P.R. Tel. Co. : Telegrams, 12.86 31 46 

Dickens, A. W. : Fruit and oranges, 51.46 ; Dowling, F. : Drugs and chemicals, 9.54 61 00 

Digweede, D. : Assisting at sewage works, 12.50; Dom. Express Co.: Express charges, 1.90 14 40 

Denys, Paul: Taking pupils home and returning them to institution 27 80 

Dempsey, M. : do do do 7 50 

Elvins, R. : Rhubarb roots, 150, 7.50 ; Elliott Bros. : Stocks and dies, 1 set, 11.50 19 00 

Eccles, Geo. : Cutting and binding corn 719 

Fleischmann & Co. : Yeast, 171£ lbs, 51 45 ; Forrester, T. C: Taking pupils home, 3 95 . . 55 40 

Frost, Jno. G. ! Hair, 89 lbs, 44 80 ; upholstering, 7.45 ; making mattrasses, 30.25 82 50 

Forward, H. J. : Tobacco stems, 200 lbs, 6.00 ; Farley, C. M. : Apples, 7 bbls, 14.00 20 00 

Finnegan Carriage Co. : Repairing vehicles 32 10 

Galbraithe,Waln sley&Co: Raisins,9131bs,88.49; almonds, 80 lbs ,12. 45; currants, 15 lbs, 1.95; 

sugar, 7,889 lbs, 365.61; prunes, 50 lbs, 4.00; sundries, 17.20; blacking, 6 doz, 5.40; 

rice, 250 lbs, 9.25 .. 504 35 

Graham, R. J. : Apples, 2*0 bbls, 50 00; Gran*-, Hamilton Oil Co. : Engine oil, 27 gals, 14.50 64 50 

Grafton, F.E.& Sons: Subscriptions, 22.40; Gibson, A.A: Postcards,38.00; stamps,131.50 19190 

G.T.Ry. Co : Freight charges, 6.64 ; G.N.W. Telegraph Co. : Telegrams, 4.72 11 36 ' 

Hanlej, J.C. &Co: Bacon and ham,2221bs,34. 44; haddie,3791bs,34.19; cheese,356 lbs, 42.82; 

lard, 252 lbs, 31.10; beans, 267 lbs, 8.01; split peas, 100 lbs, 3.50; bran, 1 ton, 16.00; 

currants, 50 Jb», 4.00. gelatine, 10 doz, 14.50; eggs, 59 dcz, 11.08; salt, 1 bbl, 1.50; 

wheatlets,l,226lbs,49.04; prunes,3501bs,28.00; salmon, 112 dz.cans. 16720; oranges,2cs,8.00; 

syrup,4,5701bs,159.70; potatoes,128bu,39.35; raisins,5041bs,33.18; berries, 191 bskts, 13. 37; 

cherries, 100 bskts, 8.35; salt, 50 bags, 4.00; pepper, 30 lbs, 9.00; sardines 5 dz. cans, 8.00 ; 

sundries, 70.55 798 88 

Hanley, J. C. & Co: Flour contract 260 bbls. at 3.44 894 40 

Hart, Philip: Blacksmithing and horseshoeing, 43.65 ; Hogan, M : Cartage, 8.00 51 65 

Hobbs Hardware Co: Sanitary fluid, 43 gls, 58 05; Haseltine, Wm: Threshing 728 bu. gr, 14.56 72 61 

Intelligencer : Subscription, 3.00 ; advertising, 1.00 4 00 

James, Ida : Taking pupils home 8 65 

Johnson, Fred. : Storing season's ice as per contract 90 00 



80 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 

INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB, BELLE VILLE-Con. 

Expenses— Con. 

Knox, A: Prunes, 200 lbs, 15.00; evap. apples, 100 lb?, 7.00; bacon, 20 lbs, 3.28; sundries, 13.54 38 82 

Kahbuje, Peter: Work on farm, 2/. 00 ; Knight, Henry. Hay 6 tons 220 lbs, 61.10 $88 10 

Keitb, G. G • Taking pupils home 4 75 

Laidlaw & Ketcheson: Cotton, 208 yds, 11 .51; flannelette, 39 yds, 3.50 ; cheviot, 42 yds, 21.00; 

yarn, 7 lbs, 8.50 ; towelling, 652 yds, 95.72 ; pins, 6 doz. pkers, 6.00 ; sundries, 47.21; 

rugs, 26.00 ; lining, 70 yds, 9 16 ; dross goods, 13 yds, 6.50 ; hose, 1 doz. pr, 2.88; 

carpet. 82 yds. 107.60 ; blind cloth, 124 vds, 26.60 ; ticking, 102 yds, 20 09 ; 

table linen, 206 yds, 108.S0 ; muslin." 14 yds, 5.20 ; drill, 20 yds, 5.00 

table napkins, 2 doz, 6.50 ; Elastic, 36 yds, 3.60 521 47 

Leavens, C. C : Hardwood contract, 76£ cords at 4.49 343 48 

Lally. M: Repairs to farm implements, 10.13 ; -Lingham N: Brick, 1.000, 10 00 20 13 

Lloyd, Chas: Services astemporaay fireman, 7.00 ; Linecott Pub. Co: 1 copy Canada, 8.10 15 10 

Malyea, Jas . Repairs to flag staff etc, 10 00 ; Monetary Times, subscription, 2 00 12 00 

Morang, G. N. & Co Schcol books, 12 doz, 14 40 ; subecription, 6.00 20 40 

Map and School Supply Co" Maps and mounts, 22.95; Mathison, A: Ser. as sub. teacher, 18.00 40 95 

Marjhison, R: Balance re table allowance, 338.03 ; travelling expenses 9 85 ; 

expenses attending convention, 26.08 ; taking pupils home and retg. them to instit 54,12 428 08 

McGie, Wm: Plumbers' supplies, 67.10 ; closets, 7.65 ; sink, 700 ; water front, 4 00; 

lepairs to roof, 14.50 ; meat pans, 1 doz, 7.20 ; dust pans, 1 doz, 4 20 ; 

pails, 1 doz, 12.00 ; bread pans, 1 doz, 4.80 ; teaspoons, 10 doz, 8.00 136 45 

McMinch, S' Fringing pupils to Institution, 4.00 ; McCoy Bros: Livery hire, 26.00 30 0C 

McCargar, J. C * Apples, 42 bbls .... .... 77 5( 

Nelson, H. W. & Co: Brooms 24 doz. 77.88 ; Nasmith Co Lunches for pupils, 13.75 91 63 

Nurse, Wm : Taking puoils home and returning them to Institution 18 15 

Nicholson, James : Stabling horses 12 00 

Oak Hall: Hose, 6 pr, 1.50 ; caps, 7, 2.00 ; suits, 4, 20.00 ; pants, 3.00 ; overcoat, 5.00 31 5C 

Plunkett, Geo: Coal contract Grate, 842 tons 480 lbs. at 4 95, 4,169.10 

egg, 112 tons 580 lbs at 5.40. 606 35 ; nut, 18 ton 1,470 lbs. at 5.40, 101.15 ; 

cannel, 4 tons at 5 75, 23.00 

Pringle, A. N: Lumber etc, 108 21 ; Powell, G. S: Services as temporary fireman, 22.00 . . 

Pugsley, Dingman & Co: Ldry soap, 2,155 lbs, 95 48 ; toilet soap, 4 gro, 20.00 

Parks, Jas: Reaping 18 acres of grain, 18 00 ; Poetmastfr* Rent of box, 4.00 

PaWson, Wm. & Son Co: Biscuits, 854 lbs. 61.81 ; candy, 165 lbs, 11.55 ; nuts, 85 lbs 10.20; 

tarts, 505 doz 60,60 I pop corn, 5.50 ; sundries. 13 39 163 Ot 

Plummer, Chas: Scouring soap, 1 cs, 3.00 ; window polish, 4 cans, 2.00 . 5 0C 

Perry, A: Work on farm, 27. 00 ; Purvis, Thos, V.S: Professional ser. & medicines, 4 50. . 31 5( 

Rathbun Co: Gra'e coal, 205 tons 1,720 lbs. at 4.25, 874.90; pine, 1,000 ft, 17.00; sundries, 8.55 900 41 

Rice Lewis & Son ' Dominion ensign, l'J.OO ; Ray, \lex: Drugs and chemicals, 67.80 79 8C 

Ross, Jas: Repairing chimneys. 46.00 ; Rolph Smith & Co: Stan ping, 3.00 49 0( 

Robinson, A - Subscription, Globe, 4.00 ; Mail, 4 00 8 0C 

Snell, Jno: Balance 1900 meat contract, 2,390 lbs. at 5 90, 141.01; sausage 12 lbs., 1.08 .... 142 " 

Sprague, J* Butter contract, 8,035 lbs. at 22c, 1,767.70; eggs, 1,468 doz., 202.20; 

ducks, 168 lbs., 19.50; geese, 121 lbs., 10.39; turkeys, 1,123 lbs., 131.90; 

apples, 10 bbls., 21.25 ; syrup, 20 tins, 19.00 ; maple suear. 98 lbs., 12.25 2,184 U 

Sinclair, D. V. & Co: Thread. 20 doz., 9.00 ; badges, 2 gross, 9.00 ; furnishings, 13.04. . 31 04 

Stroud Bros: Plates, 10 doz, 8.00; ewers, 1 doz., 6.00; basins, 1 doz., 6.00; 

scollops, 6 doz , 23.00 ; fish set, 5 00 ; chinaware, etc., 30.20 

Sundry newsoapers : Advertising re supplies, 38.00 ; re fuel, 81.50 

Sulman, C. N ' Fireworks, 15.00 ; Simmers, J. A., seeds, et-\, 49.05 

Scantlebury, C B: School books, 66.66 ; slate pencils, 60 boxes, 12.00 ; slates, 4 cases, 36.00 ; 

toilet paper, 1 case. 8 00 ; 'Xmas Globes, 15.00 ; sundri' s, 66.70 

Stewart, Geo. F ' Taking pupils home and returning them to Institution . 

Sills, S. G: Milk, 15,930 qt«., 490.73; Sine, A. O: Horseshoeing, 57.75 

Shoniker, Jos: Clothes baskets, 12. 6.00 ; Sinclair, Alice" Services as trained nurse, 69.72 ; 
Thrmas, Geo. I: Meat contract, 41,387 lbs. at 5.75, 2,379.75 ; pork, 1,200 lbs. 118,80 ; 

sausages. 165 lbs., 15.60; poultry, 15.39 

Thompson, Geo. W: Electrical fixtures, 134.74 ; Turner, W: Whitewashing, 46.00 

Templeton, R. & Co : Drues and chemicals ... 

Trenton Electric & Water Co: Gas and electric light, 1122.12 ; electrical fittings, 19.00.. . . 
Vermilyea, A. G: Coffee, 480 lbs., 158.40; baking powder, 90 lbs , 31.00; evap. apples, 50 lbs 3.38; 

sundries, 34,15 ; cheese, 232 lbs.. 25 15 ; beans, 440 lbs., 14.66 ; soap, 10 boxes, 40.00 ; 

tea, 80 lbs., 24.00 ; potatoes, 88 bags, 44.04 ; berries, 34.19 ; vinegar, 39 gals., 7.80 

Vermilyea, Hattie : Services as trained nurse 

Walker, J. W: Rubber hose, 30 feet, 4.50 ; iron, hardware, etc., 134.09 ; glass, 40.50; 

paint. 7.50 ; rope, 89 ft., 13.35 ; turpentine, 5 eals., 4.00 ; tar felt, 8.10 ; era), iron, 93 lbs., 5.12 217 1 Jij 

Walker Foundry Co: Castings, repaid, e f c . 33.49 ; Wallbridge & Clark: Groceries, 6.87. . 40 "' 

Waterous Enerine Works Co: Chain, bucket", etc., 21.81 ; Wilson, J. W: Honey, 800 lbs., 60.00 81 8 

Walker, D: Examining literary classes. 50.00 ; trav. expenses, 3.75 ~ ~ 

Warwick Bro's & Rutter: Printing and binding, 67.15 ; Wallace, Jas. & Co' Fruit, 10.98.. 78 " 

Wickens, A. M: Trav. expenses inspecting boilers, 16.65 ; Wickett, Jas: Sand, 14.50 31 V, 

Sundry persons : Accounts unenumerated under 10.00 68 8' Dr 



1901 1 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



SI 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
INSTITUTION FOR THE BLIND, BRA.NTFORD. 

Salaries ($17,536.20). 



A. H. Dymond Twelve months' salary 

W. N. Hossie do 

A. J. Sinclair, M. D. . .Two do 

J. A. Marquis, M.D ..Ten do 

A. A. Nellys Ten and one-ha'f do 

A. M. Rice One and two-thirds do 

Margaret E. Walsh . . .Twelve do 

C. Gillen do 

E. Moore do 

Ella M. Orompton Eight do 

Elizabeth Loveys Twelve do 

L. A. Haycock do 

Kate Burke Nine do 

W. M^ssmore Twelve do 

Walter Wickens do 

T. W. McLean . . . . Eight and one-half do 

Edith Harrington Three and one-half do 

P. J. Padden Twelve do 

Jas. H. Hayter do 

E. A. Humphries do 

Thos. Truss do 

M . J. Cronk Nine do 

J. Kirk Twelve do 

M. Stewart , do 

G. G. Lambden do 

Thos. Harrison do 

John Fitzgerald Nine do 

James B Wilson Four do 

Chas. Milligan Three and one-half do 

David Willets Twelve do 

A. L. Mclntyre Nine do 

P. Berney Three do 

H. Day Four and two-thirds do 

E. Northmore Seven and one-third do 

P. Cahill One do 

George Grierson Twelve do 

A. L. Mclntyre Three do 

Cooks (2) Twelve do 

Maids (11) do 

Laundresses (5) do 

John Harrington do 

John Daly do 

P. Berney Five and one-half do 

Ohas. Lewis Four do 



Principal . 
Bursar . . , 
Physician 

do 
Matron . 

do 
Teacher 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



ao 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do ".. 

Trade Instructor 

Visitors' Attendant 

Nurse 

do 

Carpenter 

Engineer 

Assistant Engineer 

do 

Fireman 

Gardener 

Teamster and Farm Hand ■ 

do 
Porter and Messenger , 



Farm Hand 
Baker 



Nightwatch . 
Temporary . 

do 

do 



$1,800 00 

1,100 00 

100 00 

416 66 

344 44 

48 61 

500 00 

500 00 

500 00 

240 00 

300 00 

POO 00 

125 00 

400 00 

1,000 00 

392 63 
105 00 
500 00 
600 00 
600 00 

1,100 00 
125 00 
259 98 
240 00 
424 00 
600 00 

393 75 
137 50 

87 50 
484 00 
212 50 

84 00 

84 00 
132 00 

32 50 
400 00 

90 00 
289 30 
1,064 36 
457 34 
375 00 
316 00 
156 38 
118 75 



Expenses ($14,996.54). 



Agnew, John : Boots and shoes, 34.05 ; Allen Electric Co! Electrical fittings, 7.56. ....... . 

American Bible Society: Bibles. 5, 9.00 ; Am. Ptg. House for the Blind: Books, 28.29.... 

J Anglo-Can. Mu«»ic Pub. Ass'n: Sheet music, 40.22 ; Am. Express Co: Exp. charges, 19.43. 

Jl Broomfield, G. W. Repairs, etc, 26.67 ; Bingham, E : Pine, 13 cords, 6.50 

5| Brantford Electric and Operating Co- Light, 646 37 ; power, 91.88 ; repairs, 10.98 

I Brantford Gas Co : Gas, 310.40 ; Brantford Water Works Co : Water, 273.20 

1 [Brantford Street Ry. Co: Car tickets, 50.00 ; Brown, A. E: Coffee, 330 lbs, 87.00 

jBeney & Hardwick: Eggs, 762 doz, 137.47 ; poultry, 3 90 

iii Brantford Silver Co : Re-silvering table ware 

1 Burt, F. H: Admissions to concert, 8.40 ; Bell, B O, M.D: Pro. services, 22.00 

Buskard, Jno: Copies of evidence, etc, re investigation, 12 50; typewriter ribbon*, 1 doz, 9.00; 

repairs, typewriter, 3.20 

Bloxham, J. C: (Balance 1900 meat contract), 710 lbs at 6| 

1901 meat contract, 17,207J lbs at 6£, 1,075.46 ; sundries, 2.62 ; 
m Bishop, Jno. & Son: Iron, hardware, etc, 88.51 ; jack, 15.00 ; 

japan, 2 gals, 4.80 ; hose, 30 ft, 4.50 ; varnish, 2 gals, 7.00 ; 

Brant Avenue Methodist Church : Sittings for 39 pupils 

Ballantyne, A: Iron, hardware, etc, 54.42 ; glass, 21.24 ; packing, 3.60 

turpentine, 6 gals, 5.85 ; locks, bolts, etc, 10.00 ; rope, 8.48 ; nails, 1 keg, 3 00. . 

Babcock, W. F" Renovating 32 hair mattrasses, 126.50 ; repairing lounge, 6.00 

!■ Boughner, H : Postage stamps, 140.00 ; post caids, 38.00 

.5 Sell Telephone Co : Rent of 'phones, 40.00 ; messages, 25c 

bursar: To pay sundries, 50.42 ; fares for indigent pupils and gnidep, 101 95 

3owan, T. A. & Co : Iron pipe, 54.43 ; castings, repairs, etc, 37.96 

Jan. Gen. Electric Co. .Condenser plate, 8 75 ; Cox, T. A: Hay, 3 tons 850 lbs, 34.25 

6 P.A. 



lamb, 15 50 

raw oil, 44 gale, 37.40 
oil finish, 3 gals, 6.00.. 



41 61 


37 29 


59 65 


33 17 


749 23 


583 60 


137 00 


141 37 


19 51 


30 40 


24 70 


46 15 


1,139 73 


163 21 


78 00 


106 59 


132 50 


178 00 


40 25 


152 37 


92 39 


43 00 



82 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
INSTITUTION FOR THE BLIND, BRANTFORD-Ccw. 

Expenses— Con. 

Caudwell, Geo : Sateen, 36 yds, 4.47 ; furnishings, 14.65 $19 

Creelman Bros. Typewriter Co: Typewriter, 60.00 ; Cobb, J. B : Subs, 14 00 74 I 

Croropton, E. B. & Co: Towelling, 156 yds, 25.42 ; towels, 1 doz, 3.00; sheetiner, 74 yds, 18.35; 

sundries, 20.58 ; table linen, 12 yds, 16.56 ; quilts, 6, 12.75 ; thread, 11 doz, 5.28. . . . 

Charlton, E. S: Apples, 6 bbls, 10.50 ; eggs, 24 doz, 3.60 

Charlton, E. M : Eggs, 56 doz, 7.89 ; Charlton, T. W: Eggs, 157 doz, 22.84 

Chave, R. C ' Painting, etc, as per contract, 167.00 ; repairs to windows, 11.25 

Coles Bros : Boots and shoes, 39.45 ; Can. Exp. Co : Express charges, 9.10 

Collector of Customs : Duty charges 

Derbyshire, D. & Co : Balance 1900 butter contract, 216 lbs at 21^ 

Devlin, Robt: Salmon, 4 doz cans, 7.20; corn, tomatoes, etc, 6 doz cans, 5,60 ; 

pearline, 1 case, 4.50 ; blueing, 12 lbs, 2.52 ; salt, 1.00 20 82 

Dyckman, J. M. & Co: Cartage, 16.85 ; Digby, J. W., M D : Pro. services, 10.00 26 85 

Duncan, Chas: Hair, 30 lbs, 15.00; furnishings, 31.00; carpet, 59 yds, 35.40; rug, 22.20 103 60 

Daniels, A. W : Harness supplies 24 2C 

Dymond, A. H : Table allowance, 157.00 ; travelling expenses, 15.20 172 2C 

Eddy, The R. B. Co: Toilet paper, 1£ cases 10 7B 

Elliott, Thos: Coal contract— Egg, 402 tons 1.927 lbs at 5.23, 2,107.50 ; 

nut, 19 tons 1,715 lbs at 4.98, 98.89; stove, 154 tons 945 lbs at 4.98, 769,27 2,975 66 

Fowler, C.B: Poultry, 123.01 ; apples, 12 bbls, 24.50 ; oysters, 21.90 ; bananas, 13-90 ; 

cranberries, 6.00 ; syrup, 5 gals, 5150 ; orange", lemons, fruit, etc., 78.27 ; sundries, 58.46 331 54 

Forde, J. & Co. Yeast, 54 lbs, 16.95 ; Foster, Jas: Dials, 1 box, 6 50 23 At 

Fyle, F. E: Cutting oats, 6.00 ; First Baptist Church: Sittings for 4 pupils, 8.00 14 0( 

Gillen, C : Travelling expenses taking pupils home 2 9( 

Grace Anglican Church : Sittings for 29 pupils 58 0( 

Grant & Sons: Clothing, 44.92; braid, 36 yds, 5.40; table linen, 12 yds, 7.80; 

table cloth, 12, 3.00 ; napkins, 1 doz, 2.50 ; sundries, 2 . 32 65 

G.T. Ry. Co: Freight charges, 5.92; G.N.W. Tel. Co: Telegrams, 11 19 17 11 

Hartley. R. & F: Ham, 50 lb=<, 7.86; jam, 13 pails, 7.20; mustard, 6 lbs, 3.00 ; 

biscuits, 3.13 ; cheese, 38 lb«, 5.38 ; currants, 30 lbs, 3 75 ; lard, 80 lbs, 9.35 ; 

raisins, 54 lbs, 6.17; oysters, 6 60; candy, 36 lbs, 3 29; soap, 45 00; 

brooms, 1 doz, 3 00 ; sugar, 656 lbs, 31.92 ; tea, 80 lbs, 23. CO ; prunes, 50 lbs, 4.00 ; 

evap. apples, 50 lbs, 3.63 ; coffee, 30 lbs, 9.90; eggs, 30 doz, 3.90 ; meat, 5.81 ; 

milk, 7.50 ; sundries, 33.43 . . ■ 226 S' 

Hopkins, E: (Balance 1900 coal contract) — Egg, 64 tons 350 lbs, at 4.50, 291.04; 

amount withheld in 1900 for dolay in delivery, 15 . 00 306 0- 

Hammacher, Schlemmer & Co: Piano tools, etc 53 91 

Heintzman& Co: Repairing piano, 5.10 ; Hess, S: Hav, 1 ton 220 lbs, 7 . 77 12 8' 

Hearns, F. P: Horseshoeing, 9.00 ; Hobb« Hardware Co: Sanitary fluid, 20 gals, 27.00 ... . 36 0i 

Hunt Bros : Flour contract, 115 bbls . at 3.47, 399.05 ; corn flour, 2 bags, 3 . 75 402 8< 

Hay, Jas. B: Seeds, etc., 44.82 ; Hunt & Colter: Livery hire, 12.50 • 57 3 

Hendry, H. J" Milk, 212 qts. 10.60 ; Hurley & Watkins: Printiner, 29.00 . 39 6 

Hurley, J ' Horseshoeing, 30 25 ; Haynes, F. W Services as Barber, 50. 00 

Hodgins, J. Geo " Expenses, re investigation 25 1 

Hossie. W.N: Car tickets, 1 .75 ; travelling expenses, 18.90 20 6 

Hayter, J. A: Trav. expenses, 7 20 ; Haycock, L. H: Trav. expenses, 33.95 41 1 

•Humphries, E A : Travelling expenses 45 6 

Institution work shop : Socks, mitts, etc., 5.05 : chairs and baskets. 24.00 29 

John H. Stratford Hospital : Board of pupils 16 8 

James & Deming: Currants, 109 lbs, 11.45; sundries, 51.57; sugar, 2,929 lbs, 133.48; 

salmon, 4 doz. cans, 7.00; coffee, 48 lbs, 12.00; starch, 123 lbs, 6.77 ; tapioca, 150 lbs, 7.50; 

brooms, 1 doz, 3 00 ; stable brooms, £ doz, 1 75 ; prunes, 37 lbs, 3.05 ; bacon, 21 lbs, 3.55 ; 

soap, 4 boxes, 9 60 ; tea, 80 lbs, 20 00 

Johnston H. L' Examinations, 50.00 ; travelling expenses, 3.85 53 8 

Jordan, A.D: Admissions to concert 7 E 

Kay, Chas : Board of pupils 25 C 

Lyons Electric Co : Electrical fitting-, 5.10 ; Long, M. E : Table, 6.00 Ill 

Luck, F' Pine, 3 cords, 10 50 ; Linscott Pub. Co: Books, 7.00 17 5 

Moore, Henry : Bacon, 40 lbs, 6.56 ; soap, 21 80 ; prunes, 59 lbs, 5.00 ; cheese. 48 lbs, 6.80 ; 

beans, 2 bush, 4.00 ; mustard, 3 jars, 2.70 ; currants, 30 lbs, 3.75 ; svrup, 7 gals, 4.20 ; 

sugar, 308 lb", 15.10; biscuits, 2 97; lard, 60 lb3, 7.20; evap. apples, 50 lbs, 3.00; 

jam, 12 pails, 6.36 ; raisins, 27 lbs, 3.78 ; tea, 75 lbs, 18.75 ; sundries, 21.72 . 133 6 

Mallaeh, W. J. F: Stationery, 6.95 ; Moffat, A: Repairing clocks, etc., 8.40 15 ' 

Mitchell, C. J: Keys, 3.50 ; Mintern, M: Meat, 8 20 11 

Merrill, F. W: Drugs and chemicals 25 i 

MelUsh, A. H : Subs, newspapers, magazines, etc, 38.80 ; stationery, 29.07 67 i 

Morang, Geo. N. & Co: Subs., 12.00 ; Messmore, W: Travelling expenses, 5.25 17 i 

Mills, James : Expenses re investigation 16 ( v 

McLean, Ogilvie & Lochead: Clothing, 18.73 ; sundry furnishings, 24.01 42 \ ■ 

McLean, T. W : Travelling expenses 8 ' j 

Nichols, T : Services as nurse at 2.00 per day 102 < J 

Noble, T. A : Glaziner, paperhanging, painting, etc 10* Jj 

Nelles, A. A: Travelling expenses, 5.00 ; desk, 8.75 13 'j • 






$24 13 


83 13 


59 09 


43 00 


98 00 


19 10 


47 08 


66 19 


3 40 


209 42 


185 43 


120 98 


118 50 


58 50 


12 75 


340 73 


20 75 


18 62 


40 10 


16 85 


46 00 


34 00 



1901 ] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 83 

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE —Continued. 
INSTITUTION FOR THE BLIND, BR ANTFORD- Con. 

Expenses— Con . 

Paterson, E. Bacon and ham, 25 lbs, 4.29 ; lard, 40 lbs, 5.00 ; salmon, 2 doz cans, 3.50 ; 

sundries, 11.34 

Pugsley, Dingman & Co' Laundry soap, 1,792 lbs, 80.63 ; soda ash, 2.50 

Padden, P. J : Travelling expenses, 55.09 ; prizes, 4.00 

Perkins Inst, for the Blind : Books . 

Quinlan, Andrew : Filling ice-house, 95.00 ; sawdust, 3.00 

Ri$e, A. M : Travelling expenses, 10 60 ; Ryan, P : Painting, 8 50 

Ryerson, T. E. & Co: Fish, 4.70; fruit, 22.23; cranberries, 10.15 ; apples, 5.00; 

peaches, 2 bush, 5 00 . 

Robertson, M. H : Drugs and chemicals 

Reville Bros: Subscription. 3.00 ; advertising, 40o 

Sayles & Carson : Fish, 1,873 lbs, 188.42 ; Smith, J. W : Board of pupil, 21.00 

Schultz Bros. Co: Lumber, etc, 161.22 ; tank for cistern, 17.75 ; sawdust, 6.46 

Simmons, S: Oats, 145 bush, 49.50 ; Spence, A. & Sons: Repairing vehicles, 71.48 

Sundry newspapers : Advertising re supplies, 38.00 ; re fuel, 80.50 

Sager, D. S. & Co: Drugs and chemicals 

Stewart, J . G. , V. S ' Professional services, etc 

Sutherland, J. & J: Stationery, etc, 148.79 ; wrapping paper, 1 ream, 9.50 ; 

printers' supplies. 182.44 

Salmond. G. B : Stationery, 14.90 ; books, 5.85 

Selby & Co: Kindergarten supplies, 12.62 ; S. S. Times Co: Leaflets, 6.00 

Smith, A. E: Repairing boots, 25.80 ; Shi'lington, R. Turkeys, 143 lbs, 14.30 

Savage, F: Admissions to concert, 9 60 ; Smith & Andrews: Ads. to concert, 7.25 .... 

St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church : Sittings for 23 pupils 

St. Basil's R.O. Church : Sittings for 17 pupils 

Truss, P. G: Sugar, 49 lbs, 3.19 ; rice, 250 lbs, 15.00 ; cheese, 46 lbs, 6 01 ; 

prunes, 56 lbs, 4.75 ; evap apples, 50 lbs, 3.00 ; tapioca, 100 lbs, 5.00 ; 

ham, 61£ lbs, 10 18 ; lard. 60 lbs, 7.50 ; sausage, 19 lbs, 1.95 ; soap, 7.80 ; 

jam, 6 pails, 3.60 ; syrup, 7 gals. 6 75 ; biscuits, 4.70 ; brooms, 1^ doz, 4.50 ; 

matches, 1 case, 2.00 ; sundries, 9.35 95 28 

Toronto Colleore of Music: Examinations, 30 00 ; examiner's trav. exp., 3.25 33 25 

Thomson, S. M: Clothing, 8.75 ; Tapscott, S. & Co: Drugs and^ chemicals, 53.88 62 63 

Turnbull, Howard & Co : Carvers, 1 set, 4.15; repairing troughs, etc, 16 00; labor, 23.00; 

oilcan, 7.50; iron, tinware, etc, 8870 139 35 

Truss, Thos : Travelling expenses taking pupils home 12 15 

Vanstone, A. L: China, glassware, etc, 8.38; sugar, 1,045 lbs, 48.80; soap, 2 boxes, 6.00 ; 

lard, 60 lbs, 7.60 ; vinegar, 1272 ; bacon and ham, 97 lbs, 16.72 ; sundries, 41.19 ; 

prunes, 60 lbs, 5.25 ; starch, 42 lbs, 2.52 ; rasins, 22 lbs, 2.24 ; salmon, 1 cs, 6.40 ; 

L P. sauce. 2 doz, 7 .50 ; cream tartar, 10 lbs, 3 50 . 168 82 

Vanderlip. J . W: Hay, 1 ton 710 lbs 12 20 

Wallace, J. T Sugar, 619 lbs, 33.19 ; vinegar, 44 gals, 11.00 ; cheese, 34 lbs, 4.83; 

starch, 42 lbs, 2 73 ; biscuits, 16.55 ; lard, 200 lbs, 24.00 ; cranberries, 4.90 ; 

bacon, 211 lbs, 35.86 ; rasins, 50 lbs, 6.25 ; tea, 165 lbs, 45. 75 ; rice, 250 lbs, 13.75 ; 

pickles, 1 doz. 3.75 : poap, 17.95 ; prunes, 100 lbs, 8.00 ; coffee, 30 lbs, 7.50 ; 

jam, 6 pails, 3.60; sundries, 112.10; currants, 30 lbs, 4.50 356 21 

Winter, G. S: Bacon and ham, 53 lbs, 8.77 ; prunes, 54 lbs, 4.50 ; biscuits, 6.72 ; 

cheese, 40 lbs, 5 25 ; lard, 80 lbs, 9.60 ; soap, 2.50 ; sugar, 695 lbs, 36.55 ; 

jam, 240 lbs, 7.20 ; rasins, 27 lbs, 3.78 ; pepper, 10 lbs, 2.50 ; currants, 40 lbs, 4.00 ; 

brooms, 1 doz, 3.00 ; sundries, 16.53 110 90 

Wood Bros: Chop feed, 8 tons, 192 25 ; bran, 5 tons, 76.00 ; oats, 25 bush, 9.25; 

oat me. 1, 27 bags, 47.25 ; sundries, 7.35 332 10 

Wenger, Aaron : Butter contract, 4,013 lbs at 22c 882 86 

Whitney, Chas : Mirrors, 6. 95 ; mattrass, 2 . 75 ; table, 2.50 12 20 

Wilson, F: Stove coal, 1 ton 1.030 lbs at 6.00, 9.09 ; hardwood, \ cord, 3.25 12 34 

Wheeler, R. C: Cutting feed, 7.00; Wright, J. M: Books, 7.00 14 00 

Welch Ldry Supply Co: Ldry soap. 200 lbs, 9.50 ; sundries, 2.00 1150 

Wallace, J . A * Drugs and chemicals, 47 . 30 ; leather aprons. 4, 3 . 45 50 75 

Whitlock, R. T. & Co: Clothing, 180.01 ; Warwick Bro's & R: Stationery, 13.50 193 51 

Wickens, A . M : Trav . expenses inspecting boilers 10 90 

Wickens, W : Trav. exps . , 16 . 00 ; Wood, W . A : Admissions to concert, 11 . 20 . . . 27 20 

Sundry persons: Accounts unenumerated under 10.00 83 83 

ANDREW MERCER REFORMATORY FOR FEMALES. 

Salaries ($12,229.62). 

M. J. O'Reilly Seven months' salary as Superintendent 583 31 

Emma O'Sullivan Three & \ do do 297 20 

L. M. Co*d Twelve do Assistant Superintendent 600 00 

Matilda Elliott do Principal Girls' Refuge 550 00 

M. A. Kavanagh .... do Secretary 350 00 

Margaret Down do Housekeeper 200 00 



84 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. I 

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
ANDREW MERCER REFORMATORY FOR FEMALES— Con. 



Attendants (3) 


Twelve months' salaay 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Services as Stablen an 
do Acting Sec 


Salaries — Con. 

as 


$560 00 


Teachers in Refuge (7) 
Rose Harrison. ....... 


Night Attendant 


2,370 00 

200 00 


Mary E. Madden 

H. Farmer 


Cook . 

Door Attendant 


168 00 

.... 134 20 


JohnS. King, M.D.. 

R. W. Laird 

James Rankin 


Physician 

Bursar and Storkeeper 

Engineer 


800 00 

1,10D 00 

600 00 


James Kelly 


Assistant Engineer 


500 00 


Peter Chambers 


Night Watchman 


550 00 


Robt. Wheeler 


Messenger 


425 04 


J. F. Barron 

W. A. Hill 

F. Egan 

M. L. Hart 


Gardener 

Carpenter and Mason 

retary 


440 00 

600 00 

390 00 

178 87 


Temporary Attendents 




633 00 



Expenses. (-$13,180.14) 

Aikenhead Hardware Co : Sad irons, 36, 14.40 ; iron, hardware, etc, 34.09 ; nails, 1 keg, 3.25 ; 

wheelbarrow, 2.75 ; spoons, 3 doz, 10.85 65 34 

Allan, J, W : Hardware, etc, 15.62 ; Allan, A. A. & Co : Uniform hats, 6, 15 00 30 62 

AehdowD, John : Laundry baskets, 1 doz, 12.00 ; Allen, S : Vinegar, 74 gals, 16,70 28 70 

Baird, Norman : Manure, 33 loads, 24.75 ; hauling manure, ploughing, etc, 50.75 75 50 

Brown, Alex. & Co : (Balance 1900) flour contract, 50 bbls at 3.07, 153.50 ; 

(1901 contract) 140 bbls at 3.30, 462.00 615 50 

Barclay, P. & Co : Oats, 3,500 lbs, 39.70 ; bran, 1,900 lbs, 17.55 ; corn meal, 1,900 lbs, 20.70 77 95 

Brown, P. H I Bran, 610 lbs, 5.05 ; corn, 612 lbs. 7.67 ; oat*, 810 lbs. 10.53 23 25 

Brock, The W.R.Co : Denim, 579 yds, 101.60; towelling, 54 yds, 5.40 ; silesia, 108 yds, 11.10 ; 

crash, 60 yds, 6.63 ; sheeting, 559 yds, 54.89 ; pillow cotton, 36 yds, 5.76 ; 

cotton, 273 yds, 25.89 ; dress goods, 271 yds, 52 08 ; flannelette, 52 yds, 4.16 ; 

sundries. 13 59 ; thread, 18.90 ; print, 496 vds, 49.68 ; sticking, 61 yds, 6.13 ; 

lining, 106 yds, 10.07 ; sura, 56, 6.16 ; serge, 30 yds, 6.10 ; shirting, 58 yds, 6.93 384 97 IW* 

Belle Ewart Ice Co : Ice. 35 tons 1,350 lbs, 88.22 ; Bruce, J » Photos, etc, 12.00 100 22 

Bertram Engine Works Co : Boiler tubes, 8, 24.69 ; labor, 9.25 33 94 

Brown Bros : Stationery, etc, 8. 50 ; Brown, Chas : Livery hire, 2.25 10 75 

Briggs. Wm : Advertising, 3.16 ; book, 1.50 4 66 

Bursar : To pay mndries charges, 40 87 ; car tickets, 41.00 ; postage stamps, 6.52 . . . ' 88 39 

Campbell, Arch : Bran, 600 lbs, 4 10 ; corn meal, 600 lbs, 6.80 ; oat chop, 1,600 lbs, 20.80 ; 

sundries, .18 3188 

Central Prison Industries : Skirting. 100 yds, 60.30 ; flannel, 112 yds, 67 20 ; 

blankets, 112, 144.40 ; yarn, 69 lbs, 24 32 ; clothing, 94.50 ; 

boots and shoes, 29 pair, 50.00 ; waggon wheels, 1 set, 30.00 ; blacksmithing, 19.37 ; 

repairs, etc, 22 30 ; wood, 11 loads, 16.50 ; sundries. 15.97 

Cameron, L.K : Stationery and paper, 97.05 ; Cullen.Thos : Services as asst. Gardener, 159.00 

Crawford, James : Potato contract, 320 bushels at 35c 

Consumers Gas Co I Gas, 790.47 ; Canadian Laundryinan, subscription 1.00 

Citizens' Gas Control Co : Rent of gas governors 

Coulter's Cartage Agency : Cartage, 9.46 ; Coleman, C. W : Repairing clocks, 5.25 

Coad, L . M : To pay sundries . . 

Doyle, The M. Fish Co : Fish, 136.87 ; Denton, Arthur : Hay, 2,640, 13 20 ... 

Deverell, A. D : Drugs and chemicals, 13 67 ; Devean, N. M. Co : Spectacles, 31.50. . 

Doran, M.J: Fertilizer, 2 bbls, 7.05 ; Dyson, Sam : Painting, 12.00 

Dunn, J. R : Hay, 8 tons 1,580 lbs, 122.42 ; straw, 3,010, 15 55 

Dyer, W : Services as Messenger 

Eby, Blain Co : Syrup, 2,326 lbs, 69,78 ; blueing, 240 lbs. 43 20 ; matches, 2 cases, 7.00 ; 

sal-soda, 1.875 lb?, 18.56 ; starch, 990 lbs, 47.12 ; raisins, 1 box, 3.75 ; prunes, 100 lbs, 6.25 ; 

salt, 8 bbls, 10 40 ; sugar,299 lbs, 14. 44 ; scrub brushes. 4 doz, 8 00 ; evap apples, 100 lbs, 6.38 ; 

barlay, 291 lbs, 8 14 ; rice, 224 lbs, 8.40 ; sundries, 1 95 253 37 

Empire Soap Co \ Laundry soap, 224 lbs, 10.08 , sal-soda, 200 lbs, 3.50 ; potash, 250 lbs, 11.25 ; 

sundries, .75 . . 25 58 

Eaton, T. Co : Mattress, 26.40 ; Evans & Sons, Flypaper, 8.00 34 40 

Elliott, Jennie! Salary as Teacher, 25.00 ; Egan, F. Jr, cutting wood, 7.00 32 00 

Elliott, M: To pay sundry items, 32.81 ; Christmas decorations, 25.00 57 81 

Fleishmann & Co : Yeast, 62 lbs, 18.84 ; Fallis, W. H : Subscription, 4.00 22 84 

Fletcher Mfg. Co: Tinware, etc ... 6 52 

Gowans, Kent Co: China, glassware, etc, 61.85 ; Godfrey, F., M. D' Medical ser, 8.00. ... 69 85 

Graham, A: Rolled oats contract, 14 bbls at 3.40 47 60 

Galloway, Taylor & Co: Laundrv stove, 8.80 ; Globe Printing Co: Subscription, 10.00.... 18 8C 

Gillett, E. W : Yeast, 7.06 ; Guinane, Jas : Boots, 1 pair, 4.00 11 06 

Hunter, Moses: Oats 3 tons 500 lbs, 69.70; bran. 4 tons 855 lbs, 71.85; 

cornmeal, 1 ton 1,385 lbs, 55.94 ; shorts, 1,500 lbs, 14.25 211 741 



1901 ] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



$22 45 


18 00 


172 65 


1,166 47 


46 08 


47 74 


69 00 


23 52 


5 04 


9 10 


18 75 


31 20 


12 00 


10 14 


3' 5 50 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 

ANDREW MERCER REFORMATORY FOR FEMALES-CW. 

Expenses— Con. 

Hill, W. A: Gas heater, 5 00 ; exps. recovg. eloper, 2.50 ; bunting and flags, 14.95 

Hewitt, W : Postage stamps 

Hamilton, W. B. Shoe Co: Boots & shoes, 168 pair, 167.40 ; laces, 2 gro, 5.25' 

Hunter, R: Exchange on cows, 11.50 ; purchase of meat. 1154.97 

Johnson, T): Lnrks, 6, 21.00; rep. locks, 10.20; brass plates, 12, 5 40 

keys, 6, 3.60; sundries 5.88 

. Jackson. F. W: Hay, 4.090 lbs, 24.54 ; Jones & Moore Electric Co! Electric fittings, 23.20 

King, W. J. . Postage stamp* . 

Leslie, Geo. & Son : Plants, 7.20 ; Laughlin, J. P: Hay, 2,720 lbs, 16.32 

Langmuir. The M. Mfer. Co : Valise, 99c ; trunks, 3, 4 05 

Lugsdin, Geo. & Co : Harness repairs 

Meyer Bros: Wringer rolls, 6. 18.00 ; sundries, 75c : 

M«adows, Gen. B : Screen, 7.75 ; Moat, C ' Hay, 3,350 lbs 23 45 

Murphy, W. K ■ Interment. 8.00 ; Mail & Empire ; Subscription, 4.00 

Map and School Supply Co: Map, 6.30 ; Miller, Hueh & Co: Drugs, etc, 3 84 

Might Directory Co: Directory, 5.00 ; Musselman, J: Service* as asst Gardener, 310.50. . 
Macdonald, J. & Co: Gingham, 120 ys, 13.12 ; cotton, 1,037 vs,86 OS ; sheeting, 508 vs, 92.43 ; 

shirting. 736 vds, 86.26 ; tape, 12 00 ; lining. 219 yds, 20.32 ; hdkfs, 43 doz, 25.05 ; 

serge. 1£ vs, 3.25 ; Venetian, 2^ vs, 6 25 ; beaver, 2| ys. 13.75 ; dress goods, 165 ys 61 06 ; 

napkins, 2 doz, 5.00 ; pillow cotton, 87 vds, 11.06 ; buttons, 6.60 ; warp, 12 bches. 11.70. 

quilts, 30.30 ; towelling, 288 yds, 24.16 ; spools, 5| em, 31.00 ; doeskin, 2| yds, 6.88 ; 

worsted, 2| yds, 10.31 ; vests 4, 8.50 ; towels, 1 doz, 4.25 ; hose. 4 doz. 4.50 ; 

print, 1.186 yds, 125.03 ; linen, 37 yds, 6.56 ; sundries, 58.83 ; tabling, 47 yds, 14.03. . . . 

Nelson, The H. A. & Sons Go '. Combs, baskets, etc 

Nelson, H. W. & Co: Brooms. 8 doz, 18.95 ; pails, 6 doz, 9.90 ; combs, 2 gro, 17.70 ; 

clothes baskets, 1 doz, 10.80 ; shoebrushes, 2 doz. 4.00 : sundries, 67c 

Nichol, W v J. & Co: Tea, 374 lbs, 71.06 ; New, J. H. & Co: Ladies vests, 1^ doz, 5 63. . . 

O'Sullivan, E " Christmas decorations . . . 

Puesley, Dingham & Co: Ldry soap, 1,362 lbs, 59.09 ; Paterson Mfg. Co: Pitch, 2 bbl, 5.61 . . 

Painter. Jas " Hay. 2,900 lbs, 15.95 ; Prophet. Wm : Hay, 3,480 lbs, 19 14 

Prisoners' Aid Ass'n : Cab hire, re religious services * 

Ryan, The Wm. Co: (Balance 1900) butter contract, 222 lbs. at 16c 

(1901 contract) 2,317^ lbs, at 19c. 440.32 ; bacon and ham, 600 lbs, 82.87 : 

turkeys, 72 lbs, 7.92 ; lard, 235 lbs, 29.36 ; geese, 45 lbs, 3.60 ; herriner, 5.83 ; 

haddie, 45 lb*, 3.45 ; codfish, 5.50 

Robertson, The Jas. Oo: Castings and etc, 38.12 ; iron pipe, 449 ft, 14.42 

Riley, Thos. J' Hay, 2,080 lbs, 10.40 ; Ramsav, R. H. & Son: Beans, 10 bus, 17.25 

Rose, G. M. & Sons Co: Stationery and etc. 10.60 ; Routley, C. B. Co: Wall paper, 7.80 . . . 
Rogers, Th« Elias Co' Cannel coal. 1£ tons, 7 95 ; pine, 10.00 ; 

stove, 16 tons. 440 lbs, 4.60, 74.60 ; contract, 83 tons, 30 lbs, stove, at 5 19, 430.84 ; 

soft scgs. 567 tons: 1.800 lbs, at 2 54, 1.442 46 

Rosebough. A. M..M D: Prof, services, 100 00 ; Rennie, Wm: Seeds and etc, 61.30 

Robinson, W. T (Balance 1900) potato contract, 15 bu», at 42c 

Swan Bros: Biscuits, 1150; corn, p^a* and tomatoes, 30 doz. cans, 26 90; 

coffee, 172 lbs, 46.85 ; tea, 556 lbs, 94.52 ; sugar. 3,450 lb*. 155.12 ; 

bkg. powder, 4 doz, 17.00 ; sardines, 60, 7.68 ; extracts, 1 doz. bottles, 2.25 ; 

sundries, 113.26 . 

Steinberger, Hendry Co : Cooking diagram, 9.00 ; map, 3.50 

Scott, R. G: Maple syrup. 13 gals, 13.00 : Sparrow, Geo. & Co: Repairs to oven, 10 44 

Sundry newspapers * Advtg, re supplies 47.22 ; advtg, re fuel, 78 50 

Sheppard, Chas. E: Repg, bell. 4.35 ; Saunders, WE & Co: Drugs and etc, 78 97 

Snow, R. B: Fruit and etc. 85.77 ; eggs, 376 doz, 67.10 ; fish, 9.72 ; apples, 37.15 ; 

lemons and oranges, 6.90; berries, 39.10 . .. 

Rkean's Dairy Co! Eggs. 139 doz. 33 78 ; lard, 5'lbs, 63c 

Smith, M. E. & Co: Ldry. soap, 1,428 lbs 

St. Michael's Cathedral : Cab hire re religious services 

Taylor, Jno. & Co Ldry, soap, 3,422 lb* 

Toronto Ldry R^ap. Co * Ldry soap. 466 lbs 

Toronto Ry. & Steamboat Guide: Subscription. 5 20 ; Tyrrell, Wm: Books, 8 10 

Underwood & Underwood : Stereographs and stere«copes, 6 doz 

Uppar Canada Tract Socy : Bibles, 36 . . . 

Wheeler & Bain: Iron tinware, 26.46 ; ash sifter, 5 50 ; tubs, 3, 5 25 ; repg, range, 30 80 ; 

dish pans, 4, 6.00 ; wash stand*. 6, 12 00 

Wyld, Darling Co: Print. 148 yds, 16 25 ; Wilson. C. & Son: Scale wheels, 18.00. 

Wilson, The H. A. Co Sheet music, 2.50 : subscription 3.00 

Westminster Co: Subscription, 1.00 ; Wood, E. T: Hay, 2,800, 20.30 

Wheeler, R' Repairs, 10.31 ; exch, of cow, 10.00 ; horse hire. 7.50 

Watkins, J. H : Hay, 315 lbs, 2 05 ; Wat*on, Jos. W: Hay. 2,720, 17.68 

Water Works Department: Water, 660.67 ; Wells, Josephine: Dentistry, 123 75 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter : Printing and binding 

Sundry Persons : Accounts unenumerated under 10 00 

Total Public Institutions Maintenance $ 833,163 97 



778 28 


5 73 
62 02 


76 69 


5 00 


64 70 


35 09 


25^ 00 


35 52 


614 37 


52 54 


27 65 


18 40 


1,965 85 


161 30 


6 30 


475 08 


12 50 


23 44 


125 72 


83 32 


245 74 


34 41 


94 83 


100 00 


134 52 


23 30 


13 30 


13 00 


25 20 


86 01 


34 25 


5 50 


21 30 


97 n 


19 73 


7«9 42 


90 45 


89 85 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [ No. 1 



IMMIGRATION. 

AGENCIES, EUROPE ($4,825.00). 

P. Byrne, accountable, 4,808.72: Globe Printing Co, sub. and postage, 11.28: 
Steinberger, Hendry & Co, Map of Ontario, 5.00 * $4,825 00 

AGRICULTURE. 
GRANTS TO DISTRICT SOCIETIES ($75,624.00). 

Addington District, 453.00: Camden, E, 140.00: Hinchinbrook, 106.00: Sheffield, 101.00.... 800 00 

AlgomaW. District, 660.00: Oliver, 140.00 ... 800 00 

Algoma E. District, 380.00- Day Mills and Bright additional, 48.00: 

Gladstone, Bright and Thompson, 64.00. Johnston and Aberdeen, 57.00: 

St. Joseph Island, 83.00 : Thessalon, 89.00 : Laird, 79.00 800 00 

Brant, North District, 520.00 : Onondaga, 140.00 : Paris Horticultural. 140.00 800 00 

Brant, South District, 550.00: Burford, 140.00 Brantford Horticultural, 110.00 800 00 

Brockville District 800 00 

Bruce, Centre District, 380.00: Elderslie, 62.00: Greenock, 83 00: Huron, 83.00: 

Kincardine S, 83 00: Kincardine Horticultural, 52.00: Paisley Horticultural, 57.00 800 00 

Bruce, North District, 380.00: Amabel and Albemarle, 74.00: Arran, 52.00 Bruce, 74.00: 

Eastnor,43.00: Saugeen,26.00: Port Elgin Horticulture, 45.00: Tara Horticultural, 33.00: 

Tiverton and North Kincardine, 73.00 800 00 

Bruce, South District, 380.00: Carrick, 107.00; Culross, 100.00: Kinloss, 107.00: 

Walkerton Horticulture, 106.00 800 00 

Cardwell District, 452.00: Albion and Bolton, 140.00: Caledon, 140.00: Tecumseth, 68.00* 800 00 

Carleton District, 430.00. Fitzroy, 140.00: Huntley, 128.00: March, 102.00 800.00 

Cornwall Town and Township District 350 0.0 

Dufferin District, 424 00: Luther East. 140.00: Melancthon, 140.00: Oranereville Hort, 96.00 800 00 

Dundas District, 380.00: Matilda, 125.00: Mountain, 125.00: Winchester, 126.00: , 

Iroquois Horticulture, 44 00 800 00 

Durham, East District, 396.00: Caven, 138 00: Hope, 140.00: Port Rope Horticulture, 126.00 800 00 

Durham, West District, 380.00: Cart wright, 128.00: Clarke, 103.00: Darlington, 119.00 

Bowman ville Horticulture. 70.00 800 00 

Elgin, East District, 380.00: Bayham, 21.00 : Dorchester South, 65.00: Malahide, 91.00 

Yarmouth, 91.00: Aylmer Horticulture, 91.00 Springfield Horticulture, 61.00 800 00 

Elgin, West District, 520.00: Aldborough, 140.00: Sonthwold and Dunwich, 140.00 .... 800 00 

Essex, North District, 380.00: Maidstone and Sandwich E, 110 00: Tilbury, N. and W,110.00 

Rochester and Maidstone, 110 00: Windsor, Sandwich and Walkerville Hort, 90.00 800 00 

Essex, South District, 380.00: Anderdon and Maiden, 83.00: Colchester North, 83.00: 

Colchester South, 83.00: Pelee Island, 37.00: Leamington Horticulture, 50.00: 

Mersea. 84.00 800 00 

Frontenac District, 393.00: Kingston Twp, 140.00: Portland and Loboro, 60.00: 

Storrington, 67.00 : Wolfe Island, 140.00 

Glengarry District, 660.00- Kenyon, 140.00 

Grenville, South District, 520.00: Edwardsburg, 140 00: Cardinal Horticultural, 140.00 

Grey, East District, 380.00: Artemesia, 70.00: Collingwood Township, 70 00: 

Euphrasia, 70.00: Holland, 70.00: Osprey, 46 00: Proton, 65.00: 

Thornbury Horticultural, 29.00 

Grey, North District, 380.00: Derby. 71.00: Keppel, 64.00 Sullivan, 71.00: 

Sydenham, 71.00. Meaford Hort, 41.00: St. Vincent. 70.00: Owen Sound Hort, 32.00 . . 
Grey, South District, 380.00: Bentinck, 98.00: Egremont, 97.00: Glenelg, 62.00: 

Nor man by, 97.00: Durham Horticultural, 66.00 

Haldimand District, 380.00: Rainham and S. Cayuga, 88.00: Oneida and Seneca, 108.00: 

Walpole, 108.00: Cayuga Horticultural, 60 00 ■ Hagersville Horticultural, 56.00 

Halton District. 380.00: Esquesing, 88.00: Nassagaweya, 86.00: Trafalgar, 89.00. 

Nelson and Burlington, 88.00: Oakville Horticultural, 69.00 

Hamilton District , 

Hastings, East District, 408.00 : Hungerford, 140.00 : Tyendinaga, 140.00 : 

Deseronto Horticultrral, 112.00 

Hastings, North District, 384.00: Baernor, Wicklow, e* a£, 66 00: Dungannon&F'raday, 60.00: 

Wollaston, 90.00: Stirling Horticultural, 60.00: Marmora, 140 00 

Hastings, West District, 525.00: Sidney, 140.00: Belleville Horticultural, 135.00 

Huron, East Disirict, 380.00: Grey, 105.00: Howick, 104.00: Thornbury, 140.00: 

Morris, 133. 00 

Huron, South District, 380 . 00 : Hay, 91 . 00 : Stanley. 91 . 00 : Tuckersmith, 91 . 00 : 

Stephen and Ue borne, 91.00: Seaforth Horticultural, 56.00 

Huron, West District, 380.00: Ashfield and Wawanosh, 108 00: Wawanosh East, 101. 00: 

Clinton Horticultural, 41.00: Goderich Horticultural, 108.00 738 00 

Kent East, 380.00 Camden, 140.00: Howard, 140.00: Orford, 140.00 800 00 

Kent West, 380.00: Chatham, Dover&Wallaceburg, 108 00, (1900) 112.00: Raleigh, 109.00. 

Romney. 108.00: Chatham Horticultural, 95.00 912 00 

Kingston District, 210.00 : Kingston Horticultural, 140.00 350 00 

Lamhton, East Dist., 380.00: Bosanquet, 77.00: Brooke& Alvinst'n, 78.00: Warwick, 78,00: 

Euphemia& Dawn, 80.00: Plymptoofe Wyoming. 77.00: Forest Horticultural, 78.00. . 848 00 

Lambton, West District, 380.00: Enniskillen and Pebrolea, 111.00: Moore, 112.00: 

Sarnia Twp, 66.00: Sombra, 85.00 754 00 



800 00 
8C0 00 
800 00 


800 00 


800 00 


800 00 


800 00 


800 00 
350 00 


800 00 


800 00 
800 00 


862 00 


800 00 



800 00 
800 00 
800 00 
800 00 


800 00 
350 00 


800 00 


800 00 


800 00 


800 00 


800 00 


872 00 


800 00 

350 00 

1,320 00 

800 00 



1901] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 87 



AGRICULTURE —Continued. 

GRANTS TO DISTRICT SOCIETIES.-Con. 

Lanark, North District, 380.00: Dalhousie, 109.00: Lanark, 101.00 : Pakenham, 105.00: 

Lanark Horticultural, 105.00 $800 00 

Lanark, South District, 380.00: Bathurst, 59.00: Burgess North, 56.00* Drummond, 56.00: 

Sherbrooke South, 74.00: Perth Horticultural, 84.00: Smith's Falls Hort'l, 91 00 

Leeds & Gren. N. District. 441.00: Elmsley S, 89 00: Kitley, 130.00: Oxford, 140.00 .... 
Leeds S, 431 . 00 : Crosby N, 140 . 00 : Lansdowne, 140 . 00 : Rear Leeds& Lansdo wne, 89 . 00 . 
Lennox Di«t, 396.00: Amherst Island, 135.00: Ernestown, 129.00: Napanee Hort'l, 140.00. 
Lincoln District, 380.00 : Clinton, 103.00- Grimsby North, 64.00: Grimsby South, 103 00: 

Louth, 57.00' Grimsby Horticultural, 49.00 St Catharines Hort'l, 44.00 

London I >istrict, 210 . 00 : London Horticultural, 140 00 

Middlesex, East District, 380 . 00 Dorchester North, 105 . 00 : London T wp, 105 . 00 : 

Nissouri West, 105.00: Westminster, 105.00 

Middlesex, North District, 380.00: Adelaide, 105.00: Lobo, 96.00: McGillivrav, 44.00: 

Williams E, 69.00- Williams W, 106.00 

Middlesex, West District, 380.00: Caradoc, 84.00: Delaware, 84.00: Moss & Ekfrid, 84.00: 

Metcalfe, 84.00: Strathroy Horticultural, 84.00 

Manitoulin District, 390 00: Assiginack, 140.00 Billings, 111.00: 

Campbell k Providence Bay, 69.00: Howland, 90.00 

Monck District, 380.00: Caistor, 96.00: Canboro, 48.00: Moulton, 95.00: 

Pelham, 96 00: Wainfleet, 85.00 

Muskoka, North District. 452.00: Stephenson, 140.00: Stisted, 140 00: 

Humphrey and Card well. 140 .00 . •. 

Muskoka, South District, 452 . 00 : McLean, 53 . 00 : Medora and Wood, 77 . 00 : 

Morrison, 78.00: Muskoka and Gravenhurst, 140.00 

Niagara, Town and Township 

Nipissing, East District, 520.00: Grant (1898), 520 00: Bonfield, 140.00: Ferris, 140.00 

Nipissiog, West District, 550.00: Widdi field, 250.00 

Norfolk, North District, 380 00: Middleton, 118 00: Townsend, 118.00: 

Windham, 11700: Simcoe Horticultural, 67 00 800 00 

Norfolk, South District, 380.00: Charlotte ville, 93.00: Houehton, 93.00: 

Walsingham, N., 93.00: Walsingham, S., 46.00: Port Dover Hort'l, 53.00' 

Port Rowan Horticultural, 42.00 800 00 

Northumberland, East District, 382 00: Brighton, 82.00* Cramahe, 96.00: 

Percv, 73.00: Murray, 58 00: Seymour, 109.00 800 00 

Northumberland, West District, 520.00- Alnwick, 140.00: Cobourg Hort'l, 140.00 800 00 

Ontario, North District. 380.00: Brock, 83.00: Mara, 81.00: Scott, 60 00: 

Scugog, 40.00: Thorah, 72.00- Uxbridge, 84.00 800 00 

Ontario, South District 800 00 

Oxford, North District, 380.00: Zorra, E ,81.00: Blandford, 35 00: Blenheim, 82.00: 

Nissouri E , 82 . 00 : Zorra W and Emhro, 82 00 : Woodstock Hort'l, 58 . 00 800 00 

Oxford, South District, 380 . 00 : Dereham, 75 00 : Norwich N . , 74 . 00 : Norwich S . , 74 . 00 : 

Oxford E., 42 00: Oxford N., W. and Ingersoll, 74 00: Norwich Hort'l, 28.00: 

Tilsonburg Hort'l, 53.00 800 00 

Ottawa District 350 00 

Parry Sound, East District, 380.00: Chapman, 61.00: McMurrich, 65.00 

Machar, 73.00* Perry, 93.00: Strong. 57 00' HimsworthS., 71 00 800 00 

Parry Sound, West District, 449.00: Hagerman, Croft, etal., 139.00: McKellar, 140.00 728 00 

Peel District. 435 . 00 ■ Brampton Hort'l, 96 . 00 : Toronto T wp . , 140 . 00 : 

Toronto Gore, 129.00 800 00 

Perth, North District. 380.00: Easthope W., 43 00: Elma, 94 00: Mornington, 95.60: 

Listowel and Scuth Wallace, 94.00: Stratford Hort'l, 94.00 800 00 

Perth, South District, 380.00 Easthope S., 98.00: Hibbert, 63 00: Blanchard, 103.00: 

Fullarton and Lo/an, 103.00: Mitchell Hort'l. 53.00 ... . 80000 

Peterboro', East District, 380.00: Burleigh, Anstruther and Chandos, 58.00: 

Druro and Drummer, 116.00: Galway, 79 00: Otouabee, 116.00: 

Peterboro' and Ashburnham, 128.00 .. 877 00 

Peterboro', West District, 400 . 00 Harvey, 73 . 00 : Mon >ghan S . , 110 . 00 : 

Smith and Ennismore, 140.00 723 00 

Prescott District. 520 00 Alfred, 140.00: Plantaerenet S., 140.00 800 00 

Prince Edward District, 380.00 - Ameliasburer, 107.00: Sophiasburg, 102 00: 

Hillier and Holowell, 122.00: Picton Hort'l, 89.00 800 00 

Renfrew, North District, 590 00: Grattan & Wilberforce, 140.00. Ross & Bromley, 140.00 870 00 

Renfrew, South District, 458.00: Radcliffe & Raglan, 132.00: Renfrew Hort'l, 140.00 730 00 

Russell District. 385 . 00 : Cambridge, 90 00 : Clarence, 75 . 00 : Russell, 140 . 00 : 

Gloucester, 59.00: Osgoode, 51.00 800 00 

Simcoe, East District, 380.00: Matchedasb, 106.00: Oro, 107.00: Tiny & Tay, 106 00: 

Orillia Hort'l, 58.00: Midland Hort'l, 43.00 ' 800 00 

Simcoe, South District, 380.00 Essa, 80.00: Gwillhnbury W. & Bradford. 132.00. 

Inniftfil, 76.00: Tossorontio. 132.00 800 00 

Sim coe. West District, 380 . 00 ' Barrie Hort'l, 74 . 00 : Flos, 7 1 . 00 : Nottawasaga, 74 . 00 : 

Sunnidale, 74.00: Vespra, 53 00: Collingwood Hort'l, 74.00 800 00 

Stormont District, 382.00: Finch, 140.00: Osnabruck, 140.00: Roxborough, 138.00 800 00 

Toronto District. 410 00 : Toronto Horticultural, 140 00 550 00 

Victoria North District, 520.00: Eldon, 140.00: Somerville, 140.00 . . 800 00 



8£ 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



[No 1 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 



GRANTS TO DISTRICT SOCIETIES. -Con. 



Victoria South District, 380.00: Emily, 98.00: Mariposa, 104 00: Ops, 68.00: 

Verulam, 85 0C : Lindsay Horticultural, 85 00 ... . . 

Waterloo North District, 380 00: Wellesley. 124.00: Woolwich, 123.00: 

Elmira Horticultural, 49 . 00 : Waterloo Horticultural, 124 00 

Waterloo South District, 380.00: Wilmot, 139 00: Gait Horticultural, 125.00: 

Hespeler Horticultural, 57.00. Preston Horticultural, 99.00 

Welland District, 380.00: Bertie, 89.00: Stamford, 116.00: Thorold, 116.00: 

Niagara Falls Horticultural, 57.00: Port Colbourne Horticultural, 42.00 

Wellington Centre District, 380.00: Erin, 92.00: Garafraxa W, 91.00: Nichol, 74 00: 

Pilkington, 92 00: Elora Horticultural, 36.00: Fergus Horticultural, 35.00. . 

We lington South District, 382.00: Eramosa, 114.00: Guelph Township, 113.00: 

Puslinch, 114.00: Guelph Horticultural, 77.00 

Wellington West District, 380.00: Arthur, 78 00 Maryborough, 69 00: Minto, 48.00: 

Palmerston & N Wallace, 78 00: Peel & Drayton, 78.00 ; Clifford Hort'i, 69 00. . 

Wentworth N District. 380.00: Beverley, 14000: Flamboro E, 140 00: 

Flamboro West, 140.00 

Wentworth S District. 380.00: Ancaster, 84.00: BartoD, 84.00: Binbrook, 81.00: 

Glandford, 84.00 Saltfleet, 84 00 

York E District, 474.00: Markham, 116.00: Scarboro, 140 00: York & Wetton, 140.00 
York North District, 380 00: Georgina & Gwillimbury N, 118.00: Gwillimbury E, 118.00: 

King, 119 00: Newmarket Horticultural, 65.00 

York West District, 394.00: Etobicoke, 103.00: Vaughan, 140.00: 

Toronto Junction Horticultural, 93 00 

Special Grants:— 

Six Nation Indians (Tuscarora). 100.00: Cardiff, 60.00: Glanmorgan, 60.00: 

Minden, et al, 60.00. Muncey Indians, 50 00: Oneida Indians, 50.00: Sudbury, 140.00: 

McMurrich, 75 00 Rama, Dalton & Ryde, 50.00: Dysarfc, et al, 100.00: 

Rainy River, 100.00: Mclrvine & Alberton, 109.00: Chippewa Indians, 50.00: 

Chesley Horticultural, 75.00: Mill brc ok Horticultural, 50.00 



$820 00 


800 00 


800 00 


800 00 


800 00 


800 00 


800 00 


800 00 


800 00 
870 00 


800 00 


730 00 



1,120 00 



GRANTS TO ASSOCIATIONS ($23,456.35). 



Dominion Cattle Breeders' Association Legislative grant. 

Dominion Sheep Breeders' do do 

Dominion Swine Bleeders' do 

Fruit Growers' Association . 

Ontario Experimental Union 

Canadian Horse Breeders' Association .... 

Eastern Ontario Poultry do 

Western Ontario Poultry do 

Entomological Society. 

Eastern Ontario Dairymen's Association. 

do do do 

Western Ontario do do 

do do do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



additional grant for Instruction 

Legislative grant 

additional graut for instruction. 



Beekeepers' Association, including inspection, Legislative grant . 



2.000 
2,000 
2,000 
1,800 
1,400 
2,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
3,250 

750 
3,250 

750 
1,256 



FARMERS' INSTITUTES ($111,894 42). 



Treasurer, Farmers' Institutes : — 

Addington, 25.00: Al<?oma, Centre, 25.00: 
Brant, N, 25.00: Brant, S, 25.00: 

Bruce, N, 25.00 Bruce, S, 25.00: 

Cornwall, 25.00: Dufferin, 25 00: 

Durham, W, 25.00. E gin, E. 25.00: 

Essex, S, 25.00 Frontenac, 25 00: 

Grey, Centra, 25.00: Grev, N, 25.00: 

Halton, 25.00: Hastinsrs, E, 25.00 

Huron, E, 25.00: Huron, W, 25.00: 

Lambton, E, 25 00 



Algoma, E, 25.00: 
Brockville, 25.00: 
Bruce, W, 25 00: 
Dundas, 25.00: 
Elgin, W, 25.00: 
Glenga-ry, 25.00: 
Grey, S, 25.00: 
Hastings, N, 25.00: 
Huron, S, 25 00 
Lambton, W, 25.00 



Amherst Island, 

Bruce, Centre, 

Carleton, 

Durham, E, 

Essex, N, 

Grenville, S, 

Haldimand, 

Hastings, W, 



Kent, E, 
Kent, W, 25.00: Lambton, E, 25 00' Lambton, W, 25.00: Lanark, N, 

Lanark, S, 25 00: Leeds and Grenville, 25.00: Leed?, S, 25.00' Lennox, 

Lincoln, 25.00 Manitoulin, E. 25.00: Middlesex, E, 25.00: Middlesex, N, 
Middlesex, W, 25 00: Monck, 25.00 Muskoka, C, 25.00: Muskoka, N, 

Muskoka, S, 25.00' Nipissing, W, 25.00: Norfolk, N, 25 00 Norfolk, S, 

Northumberland, E, 25.00: Northumberland, W, 25.00: Ont., N, 25.00: Ont., S, 
Oxford, N, 25.00: Oxford, S, 25.00: Parry Sound, E, 25 00: Parry Sound, W, 
Peel, 25.00 Perth, N, 25.00' Perth, S, 25.00: Peterboro', E, 

Peterboro', W, 25.00: Prescott, 25 00: Prince Edward, 25.00: Renfrew, N, 



Renfrew, S, 25.00: Russell, 25.00: 

Simcoe, S, 25 00: Simcoe, W, 25.00: 

Victoria, E. 25.00: Victoria, W, 25.00: 
Welland, 25.00' Wellington, O. 25.00' 



Simcoe, O, 25 00: 
Stormont, 25 00: 
Waterloo, N, 25.00: 
Wellington, E, 25.00: 



Simcoe, E, 
St Josephs Isl, 

Waterloo, S, 
Wellington, S, 



Wellington, W, 25.00: Wentworth, N, 25.00: Wentworth, S, 25.00: York, N, 
York, E, 25.00: York, S, 25.00 



25.00- 
25.00: 
25.00: 
25.00: 
25.00: 
25 00: 
25.00: 
25.00: 
25 00: 
25.00: 
25 00: 
25.00: 
25.00: 
25 00: 
25.00: 
25.00: 
25.00: 
25.00: 
25.00: 
25.00: 
25 00: 
25.00' 
25.00: 



2,350 00 



1901 ] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



89 



Treasurer, Women's Institutes : — 

Amherst I*land, 10.00: Brant, S, 10.00 

Durham, E, 10.00: 

Hastings, N, 10.00 

Lincoln, 10.00: 

Peel, 10.00: 

Welland, 10. 00" 
J. H. Reid' Services lecturing at 3.50 per day 
3.00 per day :— 

J. McMillan, 51.00: 
2.50 per day :— 

D. C. Anderson, 162.50: 

G. O. Castoo. 97.50: 

A. Elliott, 157.50: 

H. Glendining, 150.00: 

W. N Hutt, 140: 

F. M.Lewis, 47 50: 

A. McNeill, 207.50' 

T. McMillan, 57.00: 

T. H. Mason, 115.00: 

J. E. Orr, 105.00: 

S. Rennie, 70.00: 

F. A. Sheppard, 62.50: 

R. S. Stevenson, 67.50: 

R. Twiss, 75.00 



AGRICULTURE —Continued. 
FARMERS' INSTITUTES.— Con. 



Bruce, W, 10.00: Bruce, S, 10.00 

Durham, W, 10 00. Grey, N, 10.00: Halton, 10.00 

Hastings, E, 10.00: Hastings, W, 10.00: Huron, W, 10.00 

Ontario, N, 10.00 Ontario, S, 10.00: Peterboro', W, 10.00 

Union (branch W. Wellington), in. 00. Victoria, E, 10.00 

Wentworth, S, 10.C0. York, E, 10.00 



T. G. Raynor, 66 00: 

W. Bacon, 15.00: 
G. R. Cottrell, 37.50: 
J. G. Foster, 50.00: 
M. A. Gee, 67.50: 

A. C. Hallman, 57.50: 
E. Lee, 42.50: 
R. McCulloch, 20.00: 
E. Morden, 35.00: 

B. Mallory, 15 00: 
A. P. Purvis. 30 00: 
L. Rosp, 87.50' 
T. L. Srrith, 5 00: 
J. Tolton, 45.00: 



J. Clare, 15.00: 

D. Drummond, 47.50: 

W. S. Fraser, 65.00: 

A. Hollingsworth, 92.50: 
H. Kinney, 50.00: 

J. McEwing, 60.00: 
J E. Myer, 55.00: 

B. Maddock, 222.50: 

C. W. Nash, 105.00: 
A. W. Peart, 80.00: 
J. Sheppard, 90.00: 
W. H. Shearer, 123.00: 
R. Thompson, 67.50: 



J.G.Foster, 25.00: 
W. R. Cox, 13.45: 

J. W. Hart, 34.10: 
J. McEwing, 8.00: 

C. W Nash, 11.60: 



Travelling expenses : — 

G. R. Cottrell, 6:35: G.C.Creelman. 172.29: W . S. Fraser, 22.90 

M. A. Gee, 7.25: W. R. Graham, 15.85: 

A. C. Hallman, 5.25: W. N. Hutt, 4.70. H. L. Hutt, 65.98: 

A. Kinney, 4.10: F. M. Lewis, 6.70: W Lochhead, 11.85: 

A. McNeill, 27.40: E. Morden, 14.25: T. H. Mason, 10.50: 

J. E. Orr, 755: A. P. Purvis, 12.25: A W. Peart, 6.95: T. G. Raynor, 14.30: 

J. B. Reynolds, 6.25: S. Rennie, 9.25: R. S. Stevenson, 20.00: F. A. Sheppard, 10.00: 

J. L. Smith, 5.75: R. Twiss, 7. 75: R. Thompson, 8.05 

Travelling expenses and disbursements of self and delegates : — 

D. Anderson, 200.00: W. Bacon, 29.05: '*. C. Caston, 193.30: G. R. Cottrell, 49.82.... 
D. Drummond, 100.00: A. Elliott, 34 '.03: W.F. Fraser. 150 00: H.Glendinning, 274,25: 
W. N. Hutt, .103.95" AC. Hallman, 100.00: R. McCulloch, 125.00: A. McNeill, 183.00: 
T. H. Mason, 150.00: B. Maddock, 21.55: C. W. Nash, 200.00: J. E. Orr, 167.11: 
A. W. Peait, 125.00: S. Rennie. 100 20: T. G. Raynor, 138.58: Laura Rose, 22.00: 

J. Sheppard, 183.42 

C.P.R. Telegraph Co: Telegrams, 21.49: _ G.N. W. Telegraph Co: Telegrams, 14.96 



Bell Tel. Co : Messages, 15. 05 



C. P. Ry. <\> . Freight charges, 45c 



Can.Exp.Co: Charges, 16.70. Dom.Exp Co Charges, 5 75: Doane Bros: Cab hire. 10.50 

D. Pike: Erecting tent at exhibition, 8.00: Canada Ice Co: Ice. 1.50 

Mrs. Hubertus: Postage stamps, 305 00: Creelman Bros: Typewriter supplies, 32.35. . 
Remington Typewriter Co: Supplies, 35.79: F. Nunan: Books for inst. sec'taries, 276.33 
G.C.Creelman: 12mos.sal. asSup't,l,500 00: A.P.WesterveJt: 12 mos.sal.as Acc't'nt, 600.00 
M.M.Brough: Services stenographer, 368 . 50 : S.EIderkin Services stenographer, 36.58 
N.Vernon: Ser. steno.,34.00 L.S.Vernon: Ser. steno., 10.00: E.Wells: Ser. steno.,5.00 

C. Richardson: Messenger, 10.00' J. Robertson: Messenger service, 9.00 

Steinberger Hendry Co: Charts, 6.65: G. R. Cottrell : Making charts, 7.25 

J. H. Reid: Lettering, 5 00: J.E.Mills: do 4.00 

R. D. Craig: Photos for reports, 3.60: J. F. Fraser: Photos, 1.15 

H . Sutherland : Photos, 80c : Galbraith Photo Co : Photos, 3.00 

W. N. Hutf do 1.50: M.O.Hammond: do 2.50 

P. Thompson: Services re report, 12.00: W. R. Graham: Article for report, 10.00 
A. G. Gilbert: Article for report, 5.00: J. C. Macdonald, do 10 00 
J. McCrae: do 10.00: W. Naismith, do 5.00 
R. Harcourt ' Article on flour and bread baking, for report 

E. Eagan Baking bread, 1.50: Tor. Engrav. Co: Drawing cow on cotton, 7.50.. 
Toronto Engraving Co : Engravings, 2 . 85 . South. Printing Supply Co: Engravings, 1.90 
Austin do do 4.13: Grip do Co* do 4.00 
Subscriptions* Am. Agriculturist,1.00: Country Gentleman, 2.00: Rural Pub. Co' 1.00: 

Poultry Review, 16.50' ' Mercury, 50c: Farmers Advocate, 2.40: 
American Gardening, 1 . 50 ; Farming World, 1.50 

Canadian Rubber Co: tubes, 1.50: Warwick Bros & Rutter: printing, 44.08 

L. K. Cameron: paper. 8.36: Stationery, 30.01 

D. T. McAnish : 15,600 copies Farming World wrapped and mailed 

G. C. Creelman to pay I express and duty charges,! 55: telephoniag, 4.80: blank books, 1.80 



Less refund on account, travelling expenses and disbursements 1900. 
" by Institutes, re supplementary meetings, 1901 



240 65 

921 19 



$220 00 
17 50 



3,212 00 



575 62 



2,958 36 

36 45 

15 50 

32 95 

9 50 

337 35 

312 12 

2,100 00 

405 08 

49 00 

19 00 

13 90 

9 00 

4 75 

3 80 

4 00 
22 00 
15 00 
15 00 
25 00 

9 00 
4 75 
8 13 



26 40 
45 58 
38 37 
150 00 
11 15 

13,056 26 



1,161 84 
11,894 42 



90 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



[No. 1 



AGRIC U LTU RE.— Continued. 



INCIDENTALS ($24,425.11). 



Henry Wade Eleven months' salary as Registrar of Live Stock . . $ 1 ,375 

Sugar beets, inspection, tests, seed, etc : — 

Adruns Furniture Co: rent of furniture re exhibit,2.00:C. Anderson Co: stationery, 2. 20: 
B. Ashley: 1st prize plot sugar beets, 30.00: Bell Tel. Co: messages, 6.45; 

A. E. Brammer: 4th prize plot sugar beets, 15.00: John Barber: livery hire, 7 00 



00 



J. W. Barber: services, 4.00; boxes, 1.00 

Berlin Telegraph: printing, 1.25: 

F. S. Collins: lettering sign?, 4.50: 

T. Clarkson: services collecting samples 

J. T. Crosby: do 

E. Crawford: boxes and pulper, 3.00: 
C. P. R. Telegraph: telegrams, 1.07: 
Collector Customs : dutv charges. 4.36: 

F. K.Doherty: Stenographer, 10.90' 
J. Da vies, Jr: collecting samples, 10.00: 
T. J. Day: stationery, 6.00: 

Eimer & Amend: grater, 7.60: 

J. H. Faull: analysing, 8.10: J. E. 

M. Ferrier: post stamps, 1.40: 

Guelph P. O post stamps, 18.50: 

G T. Ry. Co: freight charges, 8 30: 

Guelph Cartage Co: cartage, 4.10: 

H. A. Gilray: boxing and shipping, 3.00: 

W. N. Hutt: collecting samples, 10.00: 

do expenses, 8 63: 

Heffeman, A: customs entry, 60c: 
C. V. Jamieson: services analysing, 1.35: 
James Keith : packing samples, 2 . 00 : 
J. H. Long: services, 2.00; boxes, 2.25: 



8.00: 
10.00: 

C.J. 



A 
W. 



S. E. Lundy: collecting samples, 35.50 
R. Little: services tests, 27 50: 

do expenses instructing, 74.77: services at exhibition, 14.45 

Mcintosh & Galbraith: printing circulars, 9.00: R. McMillan 



M. H. Buker: map Waterloo, 1.00 

J. H. Burns: labor, 8.89 

Can. Express Co: charges, 164.36 

expenses, 14.55 

do 11.60 

C. P. Ry. Co: freight charges, 11.05 

Cunningham, ser, 2.00 ; boxes, 80c 

Dominion Express Co. charges, 6.10 

L. R. Devitt: services, 12.75 

expenses, 11.78 

Deer & Mansur Co: beet rollers, 15.00 

T Eaton Co: matting, etc, 7.95 

Fitzgerald: services, 11.00 ; exp., 14.00 

P. Gamble: analytic assistance, 289.98 

do ex. re tests and instruc'n,165.95 

G. N. W. Tel. Co: telegrams, 8.40 

Globe Printing Co: advertising, 50.00 

J. W. Hemmings: Col. samples, 10.00 

do expenses, 8.00 

R . Harcourb, expenses tests, 24 . 62 

James Herver, bags, 35c 

Knavth, Nachod & Kuhn: seed, 200.60 

boxes and cartage, 1 . 25 

Lyman Bros: bags, paper, etc, 5.00 

expenses and disbursements, 74.01 

expenses, 47.22: instructing, 41.25 

expenses, 1.55 

services, 24.18 



D. C. McDonald: 2nd prize, plot sugar beets, 25.00: 
D. E. McDonald & Bro: duck flannel, etc, 25 13: 



G. B. 



do 
Meadows : 



A. M Monge: analysing, 7.29 
J. H. Massear: collecting samples, 25.00: 
James Mills: trav. exps. to Michigan, 18 05: 
R. Harcourt: do 22.11: 

A. Pound: collecting samples: 10 00: G. 

do expn es, 9.75; 

L. C. Panton: inspecting, 61.20: 
A. Poole, labor at 1 .25, 11 00: 
W. J. Rutherford: analyzing, 17.00: 
G. W. Roode: 3id prize plot sugar be°ts, 20.00: 
Reynolds & Son printing labels, 23.15*: S. 

A. E. Shuttleworth : inspct. & instructing, 150.00 
do exps. and disbts, 567.75: 

Jas. Sunnicliffe: collecting samples, 10.00 
do expenses, 5.25: 

J. Sisler: collecting samples, 35.00: 

do expenses, 45.45: 

do instructing, etc, 57.50: 

do expenses, 75 . 25 : 

Jacob Shanly: services, 5 00: 

do expenses, 2.90 
W. K Snider: trav. expenses, 24.10: 
C . Taylor : collecting samples, 10 00 : 
do expenses, 12.35: 

Turnbull, Wright Co: cards, 175: 
W A. Shafer, collecting samples, 4.75". 

A. E. Stewart, labor, 6.00: 
H. Vesler: lettering charts, 2,00: 
E. J, Wigg* boxes and cartage, 3.25: 
C. B. Wilson: photos of beets, 3.50' 

B. J. Waters: analysing, 8 10: 
M. G. Williams' do 8.78: 
James Wright: 6th prize, plot sugar beets 



expense* , 3.40 
wire netting, 2.00 



G. B. Morris: supplies for laboratory, 2 

expenses and disbursements, 31.20 

W. A. Pegg: collecting samples, 10.00 

do expenses, 9.90 

G. A. Putnana' service", tests, 15.00 

do expenses. 35.55 

do services instructing, 17.50 

do expenses, 30.15 

do services inspecting, 15.00 

do expeases, 31.10 

Rennie: services, 22.50 

do exps. and disbursments, 63.26 

T. J. Spalding: col. samples, 8.00 

do expenses, 9 . 25 

F. H. Stringer: collecting samples, 10.00 

do expenses, 9.50 

J. B. Smith & Sons' cedar posts, 5.70 

W. Squirrel: services, 7.50 

W. E. Shanly: service*, 31.75 

do expenses, 36 50 

M. Starr: 5th prize, plot sugar beets, 10.00 

W. J. Spittigree: services, 2.00; boxes, 1.00 

W. H. Thompson' analysing,, 3.38 

O. E. Turnbull: circulars, 5.00 

M. L. Tribe, typewriting, 15.00 

T. L. Shanly : services, 6.00 ; boxes, etc, 62c 

Van Potter: collecting samples, 10.00 



5.00 



expenses, 13 . 25 

instructing and inspecting, 86.25 
expenses, 142.25 

R. H. Williams: analvsing, 7.29 
W. C. Williams: laboring, 13.56 



Experiments with wheat, flour and bread 
P. Anderson : paper bags, 25c : 
T. Cleerhorn' use of oven, 5.00: 
Can . Flour Mills Co : wheat, 15.50 : 
H. V. Devine & Co: wheat, 16.20: 
O. A. C. Farm' wheat, 11.22' 



R. D. Craig: photos of bread, 65c: 

J. Campbell: wheat, 16.00: 

Alex. Dobson: wheat, 7.70: 

E. Egan: baking bread, 7.50: 

James Fair: wheat, 40.00: 



3,652 62 



1U01] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



91 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 



INCIDENTALS-Con. 



Flavelle Milling Co: wheat, 23.40' 
Prof. Robt. Harcourt; travelling expenses, 3.70: 
J. & R. Miller: wheat, 13.00: 
E. J. Presant: wheat, 19.60: grinding, 33.20, bags 
Tavistock Milling Co: wheat, 22.10: 
H. Weatherstone : use of bake-shop and baking, 12.00 
Less proceeds from sale of flour, feed, etc. . . . , 



G. T. K. Co: freight charges, 19.70: 

R. Johnston, use of oven, 2.00: 

G. A. Putnam, postage stamps, 1.00: 

70c: Shirk & Snider: wheat, 21.60: 

J. C. Vanstone: wheat, 39.50: 



Shipment of fruit : 

A.V.Cline: pears, 70.00: G.Chambers: pears, 4.25" C. P. Carpenter & Sons: pears,12.50: 
F.B.Henry: pears,30.25: W.M.Orr pears and grapes, 50. 15" J A.Pettit: grapes,43.50: 

R. R. Smith: grapes, 100.00: L. Woolverton: travelling expenses, 3.30 

Less refund shipment of fruit, allowance for refrigerator 



$331 52 
246 99 


84 53 


313 95 
81 37 


232 58 



Fat Stock Show: 

Advocate Ptg. Co: advertising, 2.50: Bond M'f'g Co: blocks and rope, 16.90 

W. Mahoney: contract removing partitions, 540.00: iron columns, 90.00 

ventilating pipes, 58.00: skylights, 285.00: storm porches, 220.00 

sheetiner end of lecture room, 23.00: extra doors and frames, 10.50 

carpentering, painting, etc, 24.05: 

Corporation, City of Guelph: extra windows in killing room, 65.00: 
do laying floors in board room, etc, 61.50: 

Globe P't'g Co : advertising,6.90: R.W.Green: superintending heating apparatus, 100. 00 
W. Tuck: carpentering, 17 50: L. McCorkindale : carpentering, 9.60: 

J.Marshall: carpentering, 15.20: J. McCorkindale: hurdles and troughs, 164.18: 

W. A. Mahoney: building platform, seats, etc, 595.95: G.B.Morris: hard ware, etc, 58. 97 
Mayor, City Guelph: grant to be applied toward fittings, 1,000: 

A.Robertson: repairing heating pipes, 29 . 47 : Jas. Robertson & Co: iron fittings, 206. 18 
R. Stewart: lumber, 404.57: W. Sunley: coop bottoms, 9 20 

Dyment- Baker Lumber Co: turkey boxes, 25 00 : tables, 87.40 

McClary Mfg. Co: poultry baths, 22.50: A . P . Westervelt : Prince of Wales prize,50. 00 



Less refund equipment, A. P. Westerfelt 1900 



Cold Storage ! 

J. F. Hamahan: services, 139.00' 

J. B. Reynolds: expenses inspecting, 59.95: 

Revisiner mailing lists, mailing reports, etc: 



expenses and disbursements, 161.00: 
accountable warrant, 50.00 



J. M. H. Adams, 58.00: 

C. D. Eyvel, 64.00: 

W. C. Henderson, 48.00: 
P. R.W. McMaster, 52.00: 

D. H. Marshall, 72.00: 
C. F. Stewart, 70 00: 



G. D. Aird, 72 00: 
R. M. Goodman, 48.00' 
J. A. Jeffery, 84.00: 
W. G. McElhanney, 68. Oo: 
N. C. Maclntyre, 94.00: 
J. W. Thomson, 48.00: 



J. W. Brant, 222 00: 

E. B. Hendeison, 120.00: 

G. W. Langdon, 92.00: 

F.T. Mathison, 46.00: 

J. C. Rose, 70 00: 

P. White, 80.00: 



Hessian Fly Investigation : — 

Grip Printing Co, reproduction of flies for bulletin, 9.10: 

W. Lochhead, travelling expenses, 54.85: 

Sun Printing Co, 3,000 copies of paper and postage, bulletin Hessian fly, 90.00 

Caterpillar Nuisance :— 

W. Lochhead, travelling expenses , 

Poultry Epidemic, Bradford :— 

F. C. Harrison, travelling expenses 

Destruction Wild Mustard : — 

W. M. Doherty, trav. exp, 56.50: telegrams, etc, 1.55: freight and express, 4.17 

S. M, Newton, printing, etc, 8.26: Spramotor Co, copper sulphate, 9.66 

Spraying :— 

F. G. Holmes, spray pump, 10.00: freight charges, 2.80 

Outbreak Diseases in Horses : — 

J. H. Reed, travelling expenses, 9.20: M. J. Kellum, professional services, 75.00 

Cheese Investigation : — 

Prof. Robt. Harcourt, travelling expenses, 12.40: F.C.Harrison, travelling expenses, 24.55 
Wheat Rust :— 

H. L. Hutt, travelling expenses, 5.10: Sun Printing Co, 2,000 copies and mailing, 60.00: 
Peach Pest : W. Lochhead, travelling expenses 



4,199 07 
154 89 



4,044 18 



409 95 



1,408 00 



153 95 


3 00 


6 35 


80 14 


12 80 


84 20 


£6 95 


65 10 
10 50 



92 ' PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 

INCIDENTALS. -Con. 

G. C. Creelman, accountable, procuring sample grain for shipment to Great Britain $50 00 

J F. Beam, expenses as delegate Good Roads convention, Buffalo 14 00 

Warwick, Bros, and Rutter, printing and binding report?, etc : — 

Entomological, 420.00: Annua', Vol. 1-2, 801.74: Bulletins, 747.78: 

Forms, returns, etc, 55 54: Women's Inst, report, 97.65: San Jose Scale, 105.45: 

Fumigation, 11.55 Sugar Beet, 43.00: Exp'l. Union, 238.95: 

Beekeepers' Association, 21.20: O. A. College, 649 50: Fruit Experiments, 80.00: 
Fruit Growers', 618 . 80 : Dairymen's, 824 . 30 : Birds of Ont, 127 . 90 : 

Poultry, 15.80: Live Stock, 431.60' Farmers' Inst, 597.00: 5,887 76 

L. K. Cameron, paper for reports, etc :— 

Legislative Acts, 47.80: Bulletins, 258.02: Forms, etc, I 59: 

Fruit Growers', 707.95: Entomological, 171 86: Dairymen's, 970 56: 

Registrar Live Stock, 36.14: Live Stock Association, 542 02: Exp'l. Union, 265.70: 
Poultry, 19.87: Beekeepers', 25.30. Womens' Farmers' Inst, 26.55: 

Farmers' Inst, 827.61: San Jose Scale, 63 95: Exp. Fruit Stations, 95.01. 

Sugar Beet, 64.02: Supt. Farmers' Inst, 693.52: Agricultural College, 864.77: 

Fumigation, 7.50 5,709 74 

W. McMaster, post stamps, 175.00: L.K. Came>on, paper, 1721: stationery, 361 40 553 61 

D. Cashman, serv. Messenger, 229.50: F. Rightmyer, addressing reports, etc, 125.09 354 59 

C. O. Pardoe. addressing envelopes, 8 00: C W. Nash, revising " Birds of Ontario,'' 25.00 . . 33 00 

A. Hewitt, 2,000 copies Can. Breeders' tables for distribution to correspondents 60 00 

P. Thompson, preparing press notices, 6.00: Toronto Eng. Co, electros of live stock, 6.00 . . 12 00 

Rolph, Smith & Co, embossing, 2 00 Toronto Ry. Co, car tickets, 10.00 12 00 

T. Lynch, paste, 8.56 University Ass'n, advertising courses, O. A. C, 20.00 28 56 

H. Wade, Prince of Wales' prize for Horsebreeders' Association 50 00 



SAN JOSE SCALE, ($4,250.08.) 

Am . Express Co, exp . charges 95 

J . M . Bond & Co, shears etc 1 30 

Coll. of Customs, duty charges, 1 00: Can. Exp. Co, exp, charges, 4 15 5 15 

C . H . Culp, services inspecting, 42 . 00 : travelling expenses, 30 . 40 72 40 

A . C . Calder, preparing chemicals re fumigation 1 95 

E. Crawford, boxes, do 4 00 

A . Cox, tent frame, do , 4 00 

Wm. Dryden, services fumigating 5 07 

J . Eastwood, & Co, stationery . . 3 50 

Geo. E. Fisher, services as inspector, 1,097.50: travelling expenses, 432.97 : 

to pay Hydrometre, cans, etc, 4 60: postage, telegrams and stationery, 43.05 

G. T. Ry. Co, freight charges, 3.08: Grand & Toy, stationery, 3 00 

R. J . Graham, half cost bbl. soap, 8.07 Prof. Gould, exp. collecting parasites, 3.00. ... 

Jos . Healey, services inspecting, 229 75 : trav . expb 165 . 56 stationery, 75c 

W.N. Hutt, do 37.50 exps. insp. fumigation houses, 196.41 

Imperial Varnish & Color Co ' whale oil soap 

W. Lochhead, exp. insp. fumigation houses, 65.20: postage, staty. etc, 6.55 

McEdwards & Moore, hose, 3.00: Mcintosh & Galbraith: printing circulars, 5.50 

W. J. & J. McCalla, sulphur and salt. .... 

A. B. Noble, hose for pump, 3.05: B. Nash, crude oil, 2.50 , 

Parke & Parke, hydrometre cylinder, 80c : C . C . Pettit, oil, 50c , 

C, J. Ross, insp. & destroying trees. 6.00: J. de W. Randall, chemicals, 4 05 

J . M . Soper, compensation for trees destroyed ... 

Alex. Stuart, chemicals, 61 09: St. Catharines Journal, printing circulars, 10.00 

F.J. Sutton, canvas, painting re fumigation 

E. W. Sovereign, services inspecting, 78 00: travelling expenses, 38 29 

F.J.Smith, do 415.00 do 120.76: postage etc, 7.53 

R.Thompson, do 22.50' do 8.29 

Turnbull, Wright & Co, post cards and printing 

W . Weir, services inspecting, 131 . 25 ' travelling expenses, 61 . 65 

Walker & Abbs, chemicals re fumigation 

W . W . Wiley, compensation for trees destroyed 

Ward & Mc Arthur, whale oil soap 

H . Wiglf, crude oil 

Less sale of soap and oil 



1,578 12 


6 08 


11 07 


396 06 


233 91 


63 73 


71 75 


8 50 


1 00 


5 55 


1 30 


10 05 


42 19 


71 09 


16 65 


116 29 


543 29 


30 79 


3 60 


192 90 


2 40 


40 00 


1,255 89 


285 70 


5,086 23 


836 15 


4,250 08 



ISIOI 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



expenses, 22.05 . 

do 21.25 . 

do 18.15 . 

L. Woolverton: 



W. Boulter: Services, 27.00: 

A. M. Smith. do 12.00: 

W. M. Orr: do 18.00: 

H. L. Hutc: Expenses, 13.45 

Jas. Mills- do 6.77 

Allowance as Experimenter: 

G. C. Caston, 150.00: W. H. Dempsey, 150.00: 

R. L. Huggard, 75.00; Harold Jones, 100.00 

A. W. Peart, 100.00: M. Pettit, 150 00 : 

E. B. Stevenson, 50.00: S. Spillet, 25.00: 

E. B. Stevenson: Travelling expenses 

Exhibit at Industrial Fair*. 

L. Woolverton" Trav. exps. and disbursements 



expenses, 14.75. 



W. W. Hillborn, 150.00 
J. Mitchell, 100.00 
A. E. Sherrington, 50.00 
C. Young, 35.00 



W; H. Dempsey: Services, 4 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



00: 



4.00: 
2.00: 
4 oo: 
4.00: 
4.00: 
4 00: 
4.00: 
6.00: 
?.oo: 
6 00' 
15.00: 

3.50: 
boxes 



expenses, 5.10: 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



fruit, 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Dom 
1.25.. 



3.00: 

5.05: 

5.15: 

3.25: 

1.55: 

9.40: 

3:05: 

5.00 

4.80 

15.70 

14.00 

Express Co : Express charges, 45c . 



27.20 
14.80 

7.50. 

3.30. 
11.00. 
11.50. 

4.50. 

7.70. 



M. Pettit: 
A. E. Sherrington 
Harold Jones : 
J. E. Mitchell: 
R. L. Huercard: 
W. W. Hilborn: 
G. C. Caston: 
W. Brodie: 
A. Plain: 
A. W. Peart: 

A. M.Smith: 
Can . Express Co : Express charges, 
J. E. Mitchell: Expenses, 3.50: 

W. H. Dempsey: Barrels.. 

Fruit trees' J. G. Harrison & Sons, 14.80: ED. Smith, 8.00: Smith, Reed Co, 27.00 

Stark Bros . , 20 . 55 : Storrs & Harrison Co, 10 . 36 : Stone & Wellington, 8 . 00 

J. H. Black, Son & Co, 8.47: W. W. Hillborn, 3.15: S. W. Call, 3.00 : 

B. Freres, 36.58' Dom. Exp. Co: Exp. charges, 8.40: Can. Exp. Co: Exp.chgs, 2.40 
G. T. R'y Co: Freight charges, 23.62: Lake E. &D. Ry: Freight charges, 1.72 
M. C. Ry: do 3.30: Collector of Customs: Duty charges, 4.37 : 
N. B. Colcock: Duty on trees, 6.13 ; W. Mitchell: Duty on trees, 2.90 ; 
Harte & Lytle : Com . on refund of duty, 50c 

Plants :— M. Crawford & Co, 2.80 

W.T. Allen & Co, 1.00 

Flansburg & Pierson, 3.15 

S. H. Warren, 2.29 

Macmillan & Co: Book on pruning, 1.88: 



duty and expenses, 1.01: 
do .20: 

do .63: 

do 1.10: 

Orange Judd Co: Book, 1.13. 



Printing and stat'y, 20.00 



L. Woolverton: Bags, baskets, express charge. 

J. G. Ramsey * Photo supplies, 13.00: Grimsby Independent'. 

Postmaster, Grimsby : Postage stamps , 

Mail Printing Co" Advertising, 25.00: Globe Printing Co, advertising, 25.00. 

EASTERN DAIRY SCHOOL ($4,692.12). 



J. W. Hart Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 

G . G . Publow Services as Instructor in Cheesemaking at 



Thos . Perry do 

L. A. Zufelt do 

W. A. Wilson do 

R . Ireland do 

C. Publow do 

W.T. Connell, M . D . . Lectures on Bacteriology 
Jessie Gordon Services as Office Assistant 



Assistant do 

Instructor in Milk-testing 

do Buttermaking 

do do 

Assistant do 



90.00 per month. 
20.00 do 



J.Noble 

Tnos. Perry 
Wm. Newman . . . 

L. Prentice 

Geo. Rawson . . . 

Frank Perry 

Alex . Ross 

Thos. Perry 

D. M. Wilson... 
F . McGowan . . . 

D . Noonan 

Geo . Loomis . . . 



do Engineer 

do do 

do Assistant Buttermaking 

do do Cheesemaking 

do Instructor Buttermaking 

do Assistant do 

do Caretaker 

do Assistant 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 



80.00 
60.00 
55.00 
20.00 
50.00 
13.00 
40.00 
35.00 
20.00 
20.00 
50.00 
20.00 
10.00 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



93 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 

EXPERIMENTAL FRUIT STATIONS, ($2,573.81). 

L. Woolverton: Services as Secretary, 300.00: preparation of work on Fruits of Ont., 175.00: 
experimenting in cherries, 25 . 00 

W. Brodie: Allowance for photographing for Fruits of Ontario 

H. L. Hutt: do inspecting stations, 100.00: trav. exps, 50.35 

W. M. Orr: Trav. exps., inspecting stations St. Joseph's Island and Georgian Bay, 24 25: 
locating new station at St . Kitts, 3 . 00 : expenses, 2 . 75 . 

Services as member Board of Control and trav. expenses re meetings : — 



$500 00 

50 00 

150 35 

30 00 

49 05 
33 25 
36 15 
28 20 
6 77 



1,135 00 
8 50 

10 65 
36 30 
21 80 
14 55 
12 45 
18 25 
17 05 
17 90 
14 75 

11 00 
6 80 

21 70 
29 00 

3 95 

4 75 



193 25 



12 81 


3 01 


3 fiO 


33 00 


10 00 


50 00 


1,404 10 


385 97 


80 00 


330 32 


203 23 


62 33 


20 00 


350 00 


68 50 


170 67 


35 00 


40 00 


13 33 


42 32 


10 00 


70 00 


9 33 


10 00 


20 00 


9 00 


6 00 



94 



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[No. 1 



A. P. Chown, 2.00: 

Geo. A. Mace & Co., 82.45: 

Hansen's Laboratory, 2 70: 

McKelvey & Birch, 13.28: 

R. A. Lister & Co., 3.24: 

D. Ounn Bros. Co., 3.50: 

Dalton & Strange, 38c: 



Jas. Redden & Co., 2.39: 

Oldreivefe Horn, 2.20: 

A. Nichols & Son, 30.10: 

Kilgour Bros., 15.72: 

Rathbun Co., 4.72: 

J. S. Henderson, 50c: 

J. J. Fee, 15c: 

Robinson Bros , 2.95" J. Laidlaw, 35c: Creamery Package Supply Co., 5.70: 

Lemmon & Lawrenson, 75c: Steacy & Steacy, 1 20 

A. Newlands- Cement floor, 230.98: R. Smith & Son: gravel for walks, 12 00 

J. R. C. Dobbs: Exch on typewriter, 47.50" Ren ington Typewriter Co : rentof machine, 5.00 

R. Waldron : Flag, 8.00: R. Mclfaul: flags and pole, 2.10 

W- Richardson: Bracket for flag pole, 15c ' Selby & Youlden: grate bars, 25.66 

J. W. Oldfin: Repg waste pipe, 1.58: McKelvey & Birch: plumbing and repairs, 39.25. . 

J. A. Skinner: Repg mower, 1.75: ( R.J.Lindsay: making doors, 13.10 

Hardware: Dalton & Strange, 20c: Jno. Corbett, 25c: A, Strachan, 1.10 

J. Salter: Table, 3.75: book-case, 4.00: books, 3.00 

Books: Mendota Book Co, 1.68: T. J. Dillon, 1.50: K. H. King, 1.75: R. J. McLellan, 3.50 

W. G. Johnson & Co: Magazine holder, 78c: J. R. C. Dobbs: note books. 1 40 

Stationery: F. Nisbett, 20c: Sentinel- Review, 3.50: R. Uglow & Co, 5.50 

J. G. Foster & Co: Directory, 2.00: F. Partridge: scrap baskets 1.10. 

Sundry persons : Milk supplied 

Jas. Redden & Co ! Butter and cheese for examination 

J. J. Behan; Inspection of scales, 3 50: J. Hamer: repairing scales, 1.60. ..... . 

J. W. Hart' Travelling expenses, 46.32" Jas. Mills: travelling expenses, 17.95 

Frontenac Cheese Bd j Membership fee 

Imperial Laundry : Washing, 3.00 : Alex. Ross : scrubbing, 1.00 

Cartage : F. Brown, 1 .50 : C. Chambers, 65c " J. W. Crowley, 25c 

Am. Express Co! Express charges, 9.02: Can. Exp. Co: express charges, 7.65 

Dom. Exp. Co. . do 1.00. G. T. Railway: freight charges, 13.82 

Kingston & P. Ry : Freight charges, 13.90: C. P. R. Tel. Co" telegrams, 2.56 

G. N. W. Tel. Co: Telegrams, 28c: Bell Tel. Co: messages and rent of phone, 25.60. .. . 

T. C. Wilson . Livery hire, 7.50 : S. H. Hertig : postage stamps, 37. 71 

F. Morrison : Postage Btamps, 6.00: Jno. Gilbert : do 12 00 

British Whig'. Printing, 29.74: Collector of Customs" duty charges, 14.21. 

Patron's Record '. Advtg, 5.00 : D. Derbyshire & Co : Advtg, 10 00 

E. J. B. Pense: Pamphlets, 38.00: Sundry newspapers: subscriptions, 28.73 



Less Revenue : — 

From sale of butter, 1,663 lbs from 20c to 27c per lb . . 
do cheese, 10,430 lbs from 6^c to 10^c per lb 

do skim-milk and buttermilk 

do vat 

From Students' fees at 1 . 00 each 



PIONEER DAIRY FARM. ($1,243.72.) 



3,798 54 

866 74 

86 30 

20 00 

107 00 



$60 00 

103 85 

296.45 

81 25 



AGR J C U LT URE.— Continued. 
EASTERN DAIRY SCHOOL-CW. 

Kingston Board of Education ". Rent of gymnasium . . . 

Water Works Depf. Water, 70.00: Kingston Light & Power Co: light, 31.05: heat, 2.80 

P. Walsh: Egg coal, 45 tons at 5.75, 258.75: stove, 6 tons at 5.75, 34.50: slabs, 1 cord, 3.20. 

Jas. Mallen: Hard wood, 10£ cords at 5.00, 51.25: slabs, 10 cords at 3.00, 30.00 

Apparatus, appliances, etc : — 

D . H . Burrell & Co . , 75 . 69 : John Gilbert, 1 . 20 ." Jas . A . Skinner, 2 . 55 • 

McKelvey & Birch, 79 . 17 : John Corbett, 3 . K3 : Dalton & Strange, 7 . 03 : 

John W. Oldfin, 25c: Oldreive & Horn, 3 00: R. A. Lister & Co, 10.00: 

Vermont Farm Machine Co . , 21 . 33 : Lyman Sons & Co. , 11 . 63 : A . P . Chown, 1 . 40 : 
Wagner Glass Works, 1 . 31 : D . Derbyshire & Co . , 4 . 50 : Can . Dairy Supply Co. , 9 . 52 : 
L. C. Robinson & Co., 36.50: R. Waldron, 38c: W. T. Connell, 3.75: 

Selby & Youlden, 10c 

Firstbrook Box Co : Butter boxes 

Dairy supplies : 

John Gilbert, 4.95 
J. W. Oldfin, 1.99 
L. W. Murphy, 55c: 
H. Skinner & Co., 8.32: 
Queen City Oil Co., 4.60: 
Windsor Salt Co., 3.60 
W. T. Connell, 2.35: 
J 



272 94 
20 50 



200 

242 

52 

10 

25 

40 

14 

1 

10 

8 

2 

9 

3 

4,432 

1 

5 

64 

1 

4 

2 

16 

14 

16 

25 

45 

18 

43 

15 



64 
98 
50 
10 
81 
83 
85 
46 
75 
43 
18 
20 
L0 
24 
15 
00 
27 
00 

oc 

40 
67 
82 
46 
88 
21 
0C 
9£ 
OC 
73 



9,570 7( 



4,692 1 



A. E. Annis, eleven months' salary as Superintendent 

Wages of laborers : — 

R. J. Johnston, 58.00: W. G. Or vis,. 106 00: H. Hardy, 217.25: E. E. Frankish, 165.00: 
O. Silver, 56.67: S. Stevenson, 1.00: W. Newton, 25c: A. Skeene, 4.00: 
A. Kennedy, 11 . 50 : G. Sharpe, 6 . 25 : P. Kennedy, 3 00 : D. Kennedy, "8 . 25 

Mrs. A. L. Orvis, meals to laborers 

Massey-Harris Co, land roller, 55 . 00 : disc harrow, 25 . 00 

G. M. Yeomans, mower, 63.00: C. W. Coote & Son, implements, 8.65 

Frost & Wood Co, plow, 22.75: do seed, 46.71: A. Kennedy, wheat, 5.00 

G. M. Yeomans, flour, oats, etc, 104 . 45 : S. B. Black, hardware, 14 . 30 . 



440 



637 1 
24 
80 
61 6 
74 4 

118 7 



1901] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



95 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 

PIONEER DAIRY FARM -Con. 

C. P. Industries, binder twine, 9.00. . C. M. Coote, oilcloth, 4.95 $13 95 

M. Schellenberg, harness and repairs, 7.25' J. McFayden, harness, 47.25 54 50 

E. Roach, fencing, 48.40: plow points, etc, 3.60: cutting grain, 27.00 79 00 

J. Anderson, cedar posts, 12.50: G. Sharpe. horse hire, 5.00: medicine, 50c 18 00 

T. Rooska, filing horse's teeth, 50c: H. F. Coote, threshing grain, 12.25^ 12 75 

A. L. Orvis, chopping grain 11 18 

Groceries, supplies, etc. : — 

M. C. Cassidy, 84.21: C. M. Coote, 85.20: Mrs. E. Humphrey, 36.84: J.E. Gibson, 20.72: 

G. M. Yeomans, 19.45 : J. Shackelton 55c: J. Reid, 2.40 249 37 

1,874 78 

Less revenue : — 

From sale of vegetables 40 15 

meat and live stock 188 07 

dairy, butter and milk 124 41 

grain and hay 245 72 

service fees 2L 00 

miscellaneous 11 71 



631 06 



1,243 72 



WESTERN DAIRY SCHOOL. ($2,949.41). 



G. E. Goodhand 

F. Herns 

do 

Jas. Bristow 

J. A. Mclntyre 

R. M. Smith 

Jno. Brodie 

Bella Miller 

J. P. Whitehead, V. S 
Pincombe & Donaldson 



A. Smith Services as Superintendent, 13b.00 per month 

do Inspector separators, 65.00 per month 

do do milk testing, 50 00 per month 

do Secretary, 10.00 per month 

do Assistant butter-maker, 40.00 per month 

do Engineer, 30.00 per month , 

do Engineer do 

do Instructor cheese making, 75.00 per month 

do do Home Dairy, 40.00 per month 

Ser. lecturing, 10. 00: H. A. Stevenson, M. D: Ser. lecturing, 25.00: 
Ice, 6.20: John H. Brooks: 24 cords soft wood at 1.80, 43.20: 



Geo. H.Matthews: 31 cords wood at 3 25,100.75: Sundry persons: Milk supplied, 80.64: 

Dairy Supplies : — 

Scott & Gillies, 11.90: C. H. Dawson & Co, 37.70: Ballantyne Dairy Supply Co, 46.77: 
Jno. Hamilton, 80c: Can. Dairy Supply Co, 16.29: Sentinel- Review, 6.50: 

MoColl Bros & Co, 25.68: R. Whitelaw, 7.80: C. Richardson & Co, 1.35: 

R. A. Lister & Co, 4.72: London Box Co, 10.20: S. Fraleigh, 4.85: G.M. Haldane, 15.90: 

Apparatus :— 

Ripley Hardware Co, 1.50: C. H. Dawson & Co, 50.00: C. Richardson & Co, 36.60: 
A. J. Morgan, 8.00: R. Whitelaw, 60.00: A. R. Williams Mach. Co, 13.60. . 

Jas. Wright & Son: Hardware, etc, 44.80: Ray & Son: Photo frame, 9.35 

E. Statham & Son". Repairs to apparatus, 8.52: J. Robertson: Repairs to apparatus, 23.29. . 

H. Scott: Painting, varnishing, etc, 80.00: Scott & Cline: Painting doors, 3.00 

3reo. McBeth' Window shutters, 26.75: A. E. Hare: Bricklaying, rep. plaster, etc, 14.75 

Services re meetinerR : — 

J. W. Steinhoff, 3 00: B. White, 3.00: Dr. C. F. New, 2.0C: J. S. Pearce, 2 00: 
Jas. A. James, 2.00: J.B.Spencer, 2.00 

Travelling expenses: — 

Jas. Mills, 1176: W. R. Graham, 5.35: J. W. Steinhoff, 3.40: H. White, 2.90: 
G. E. Day, 6.00 : H. A. Stevenson, 6.25 : J. W. Wheaton, 7.45 

D. Graham: Cleaning supplies, 10.32' Jno. Murdoch: Washing towels, 4.36 

Jno. T. Britton: Cleaning, 4.00: Wm. Taylor Cleaning, 2.00 J. Heard: Sanitary tax, 83c. 

Strathroy Despatch' Ptg and stationery, 39. 90 : Evans Bros' Ptg, stationery and adv., 121.40. 

J. D. Meekison: Stationery, 4 40: H. McColl: Postage stamns, 27.00 

J.W.Kinder: Rent box, 1.00: W.H. Murray: Duty, etc, 10.25: W. Webb Co: books, 9.40. 

J Sadlier : Freight charges, 23.23. W. H. Stepler : Express charges, 9 40 

Thos. Le Galle, cartage < . . . 

Advertising:— 

Sentinel- Review, 9. 00: Stratford Beacon,4.00. Chronicle Ptg Co, 1.75: Sarnia Observer ,2.50: 
Sun Ptg Co, 6.50: Advertiser Ptg Co, 9.00: Dairyman's Assoc, 10.00: Exeter Times, 1.50: 
Huron Expositor, 3.00: Farmers' Advocate, 16.35 : Strathroy Despatch, 5.40 : Farming 
World, 9.80 

J. D. Meekison: Subscriptions, 6.30". Sundry newspapers: Subscriptions, 2.85 

Less revenue, Students fees 



675 00 
250 00 
188 50 

43 30 
140 00 

30 00 
115 40 
185 00 
110 80 

35 00 

49 40 
181 39 



190 46 



169 70 
54 15 
31 81 
83 00 
41 50 



14 00 



43 11 

14 68 

6 83 

161 30 

31 40 
20 65 

32 63 
3 45 



78 80 
9 15 



2,990 41 
41 00 



2,949 41 



96 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



[No. 1 



AGRICULTUEE.— Continued. 
BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES ($2,593.80). 

Services addressing and mailing circulars, bulletins, etc : — 

2.00 per day— F. Hutchison, 64.00: A. J.Fisher, 34.00: A. G. McPhedran, 23.00: 
J . M . Tamblyn, 60.00 : H . B . Tapscott, 60. 00 : F. P . Megan. 12 . 00 : N . 77 . Cragg, 24 . 00 : 
F. Rightmyer, 62.50 

Services tabuJating Municipal statistics, 2.50 per day: F. P. Megan. 

2.00 per day— F P. Megan, 34.00: W. M. Tobey, 44.00 

Services tabulating Agricultural statistics at 2.00 per day : — 

J. Blue, 72.00: J. W. Brant, 50.00: F. L. Farewell, 72.00: E. P. Flintoft, 70.00" 
E. E. L'atta,70.00: J . F . Rogers, 72 . 00 : J. F. L. KUloran, 72.00: H. R. Ernes, 72.00: 
H.S. Smith, 24.00 : 

Phillips Thompson : Services re crop bulletins 

W . A . Stewart ' Meteorological services 

L. K. Cameron - Paper, 372.40: stationery, 98.42 

Warwick Bros . & Rutter : Printing and binding , 

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. 

Salaries ($25,173.61.) 
James Mills Twelve months' salary as President. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



A. E. Shuttleworth.Ten do 

Prof.Robt.Harcourt Two do 

H. H. Dean Twelve do 

J. H. Reed ... do 

J. B. Reyr olds do 

W. Lochhead do 

G.E.Day do 

H. L. Hutt do 

F. C. Harrison do 

R. Harcourt Ten do 

W. P. Gamble Six do 

M. W. Doherty Twelve do 

T. Jarvis Eight do 

I. N. Beckstedt . . . .Ten do 

W. J. Rutherford . Two do 

E.W.Hammond ..One do 

D. H. Street Seven and one-half months' salary as Fellow iu "Bacteriology 

W. J Price Four months' salary as Fellow in Agriculture 



Prof . of Chemistry 

do 

Prof, of Dairying 

do Veterinary Science . 
English and Physics 
Biology and Geology . 

Agriculture 

Horticulture 

Bacteriology , 

Assistant in Chemistry 

do do 

do Biology 

do do 

Resident Master 

do do 

Fellow in Bacteriology 



do do 

Drill Instructor 

Bursar 

Stenographer and Secretary 

Matron 

Librarian 

Physician 

Engineer 



M. Cumming Seven do 

W. Clark Twelve do 

A. McCallum do 

G. A. Putnam Eleven do 

Sarah Craig Twelve do 

A. T. Wiaocko Four do 

W. O. Stewart .... Twelve do 

R.W. Green do 

James Anderson. . . .Eight and one-half months' salary as Assistant Engineer. 

James Boyle Three do 

W. T. Bishop Twelve do 

J. Squirrell do 

James McGinn . do 

John Hohenadel .... do 

H. R. Rowsom do 

H. R. Rowsom Two and one-half do 

R. W. Yates Three do 

A. Black Six do 

A. Preskett Two do 



do 

Stoker 

Night Watchman 

Messenger 

Janitor 

Lecturer on Apiculture 

Librarian and Teacher of Languages 
Sewage Caretaker 

do 

do 



Pay lists Wages laundresses, cooks, and other servants 

Expenses ($6,571.24.) 



Am. Chemical Society, : Books, 84.00: Subscription, 5.00 

Anderson C. & Coy : Bookp, staty. etc, 16.07: Atkinson, A: scholarship, 10.00 

Am. Pub. Health Assn: Membership fee, 5.00: Anderson, Jno: Saly. asasst. enginee-, 15 75 

Bond, J. M. & Co: Iron, hardware, etc, 21.06: Briggs, Wm: Books, 359 54 

Bianchi, F: Advertising, 10.00: Copies, of paper, 25 15 

Book Supply Co: Books, 7.33: Britnell, A: Books, 5.80 

Bell Tel. Co* Rent of phone, 25.00: Messages, 22.55 

Bursar, to pay sundries 

Creelman Bros . Typewriter Co ' Typewriter supplies 

Carrier, W. F . & Co : Advertising, 20.28 : Catholic Almanac : Advtg, 15.00 -r. . . , 

Can. Year Book, do 75.00: College Topics, do 11.00 

Chandler & Massey : Surgical instruments, 65.11: Carter, T. P: Cutting ice, 18.75 

Craig, R. D : Services in labty, 160.00: Services as Asst. Librarian, 25.00 



$339 50 

255 00 

78 00 



574 00 
21 00 
50 00 

47<> 82 

805 48 



1,999 96 


1,500 00 


225 00 


1,500 00 


1,000 00 


1,449 99 


1,449 99 


1,449 99 


1,349 99 


1,349 99 


833 31 


466 64 


899 98 


200 00 


500 00 


100 00 


29 16 


315 33 


133 32 


251 69 


300 00 


1,000 00 


800 01 


450 00 


116 66 


400 00 


800 00 


267 75 


99 00 


370 50 


312 00 


300 00 


360 00 


200 00 


104 19 


84 00 


180 00 


58 00 


1,959 36 


89 00 


26 07 


20 75 


380 60 


35 15 


13 13 


47 55 


28 05 


39 46 


35 28 


86 00 


83 86 


185 00 



1901 ] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 97 

AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE- Con. 

Expenses— Con. 

Cameron L K: Stationery and paper, 5.00: Can. Bk. of Commerce: Draft charges, 2.85. 

Can. Exp. Coy ; Exp . charges, 32 . 86 : C . P . Ry . Coy : Freight charges, 35 83 

Collector of Customs : Duty charges, 50. 66: C. P R. Tel. Co. Telegrams, 3 22 

Dairy School: Butter, 9,081 lbs, 1,912.99: Milk, 72c: Cheese, 1,136 lbs, 109.48 : 
Cream, 11£ gals. 7. 00 

Day, T.J: Stationery, 9179: Boots, 21.98: Subs. 30.00 

Dusty, J. D: Peaches, 8 bskts, 6.00: Dale, H., estate, cut flowers, 16.50 

Duncan, Geo: Whitewashing, 22.00: Dougall, Jno. & Son: Advtg, 10.00 

Dewar, W R • Scholarship, 10 00 : Dougherty, F . K : Typewriting, 228.88 

Doherty, M . W : Trav. expenses, attending Convention 

DeLong, H.M: Temporary assistance, 16.19: Dom. Express Co: Exp. charges, 13.60.... 

Doane Bros : Livery hire 

Eimer & Amend: Supplies for labty, 178.35: Entomological Socy : Labty. supplies, 10.79. 

Empire Soap Coy: Ldry. soap, 2,760 lbs, 124.20: Potash, 232 lbs, 11.02 : 
starch, 592 lbs, 36.68: sundries, 1135 

Fielding & Mc Laren : Tea, 469 lbs, 118 . 25 : Fields, Robt : Livery hire, 6 . 50 

Farm Poultry Pub. Co: Subscription, 1.00: Farming World: Advertising, 27.60 

Farmer's Advocate Advertising, 87 . 80 books, 7.00. . 

Ferguson, J . F : Scholarship, 10 00 : Fulmer, H L : Scholarship, 10.00 

Gunn, D. Bros. &Co: Eggs, 120 doz, 18 00" cases 4, 1.20 

Gummer, H" Advtg. re supplies, 15.50: sub.. 3.00 .* 

Globe Ptg. Co : Advtg, 21 .00: Galbraith, D. H: Scholarship, 10.00 

Guthrie, Watt & Guthrie : Legal services re purchase of horse 

Guelph General Hospital : Care of College Students 

Guelph Light & Power Coy : Light, 70.95 : G . N . W . Tel . Co : Telegrams, 81c 

G . T . Railway Coy " Freight charges 

Hales, A: Meat, 2.661.56: Humphries, K. W. & Co' Tea, 205 lbs, 50.25 

Hauser, H. W: Scholarship, 10.00: Hicks, O. T: Eggs, 50 doz, 7.50 

Hing, Sam Lee: Laundry, 7.80 Hallett, A: Typewriting, 151.29 

Howard, A. H' Engraving steel die, 10.00: printing, 14.25 

Harrison, F. C: Travelling expenses, 33.95: Hadden, Jas. C: Cab hire, 3.00 

Inland Revenue Department : Methylated spirits 

Jeffrey, J . 8: Fruit .... 

Longmans. Green & Co : Books, 10.14: Lochhead, W: Travelling expenses, 12 . 50 

Lyman Bros . & Co : Drugs and chemicals 

Mitchell, Robt : Pickles, 2 doz, 6 . 00 : poultry, 1 . 50 : groceries, 20 . 54 

Morris, G. A: Iron, hardware, etc, 40.92: Massey Press: Advertising, 11.00 

Maddock, P. F: Drugs and chemicals, 9.93: Mitchell, A. M. Cab hire, 3.75 

Mills. A: Clerical work, 7.50: Mills, G: Clerical work, 5.25 

Milh, P: Services at gymnasium, 12.10: Mail Printing Co: Advertising, 13.40 

Millar, J. & R: Meat, 656.53: poultry, 19.82 

Map & School Supply Co: Rotary air pump, 105.00: laboratory supplies, 22.40 . . ... 

Mills, Jas: Travelling expenses, 102.92 Morrip, E: Cab hire, 9.00 

Mcintosh & Galbraith ' Stationery, printing, eti 

McGinn, F : Services, temporary messenger 

McCallum, J . W : Services at gymnasium 

McConnell, A: Horse, 160.00: MsAllister, Geo: Sawdust, 8 loads, 4.00 

McCrea J. A: Sugar, 16,867 lbs, 792 38 prunes, 1,620 lbs, 113.40 raisins, 812 lbs, 56.42: 
coffee, 560 lbs, 168 00: currants, 445 lbs, 36.90: corn starch, 27 doz, 16.20: 
fish, 3,187 lbs, 303.92: tapioca, 470 lbs, 23 50: rice, 630 lbs, 23.72: 
salmon, 71 doz. cans, 102.90: oranges, 114 doz, 35.65: turkey, 682 lbs, 69.12: 
geese, 281 lbs, 19.67: ducks, 3 pr, 2.50: soap, 3,110 lbs, 128.55: lemons, 38 doz, 8.10' 
rolled oats, 16 bbls, 57-60: baking powder, 15 doz, 26.35: apples, 17 bbls, 38.75* 
biscuits, 193.38: lard. 450 lbs, 52.50: flour, 4,800 lbs, 79.20: mustard,36 jars,25.60: 
chocolate, 8 doz, 11.40: salt, 45 bags, 11.25: butter, 250 lbs, 47.50: 
blueing, 24 lbs, 5.40: cocoa, 15 doz, 18.75: sardines, 2 doz, 4.00 pails, 3 doz, 6 50: 
starch, 175 lbs, 9.63: vinegar, 145 gal*, 50.66: cranberries, 3 bbls, 22. 00: beans, 7 bu, 12. 00: 
brooms. 10 doz, 26 60: rolled wheat, 6 bbls, 16.50: gelatine, 23 lbs, 23.00: 
eggs, 885 doz, 126.22: cheese, 2,844 lbs, 270 21: evaporated apples, 800 lbs, 79.00: 
lye, 4 doz, cans, 4. 32: tomatoes, corn, peas, etc, 46 doz. cans, 46.00. syrup, 82 gals, 34.44: 
dairysalt, 2bbls,2 35: figs, 44 lbs, 3.06: matches, 15 gro, 7 . 40 • pineapple,2doz.2.80: 
pickles, 5 gals, 2.50: honey, 200 lbs, 21 00: sundries, 220.69 3,459 49 

McHardy, J. & A' Hams and bacon, 1,091 lbs, 125.21: sausage, 925 lbs, 114.59: 

lard, 50 lbs , 5 . 75 245 55 

McCallum, J . M : Scholarship 10 00 

McCalla, G. B: Services in laboratory, 80.00: services in post office, 7 . 00 : rent of room, 8. 00 95 00 

Nelles, C. L: Stationery, 18.60: Nunan, F: Printing, etc, 40 45 59 05 

O'Donell, M: Carpentering, 14.85: O'Brien, M Cleaning ice house, 8 . 75 23 60 

O. A. C. Reveiw: Advtg, 15.00: Ontario Provincial Winter Fair: Advtg, 25.00 .. .. 40 00 

Poultry Department: Eggs, 768 doz, 110.19: poultry, 143.59. . .. 253 78 

Petrie, A. B: Drugs and chemicals. 9.71: Parkinson, C E: Potatoes, 140 bags, 49.00 .. 58 71 

Park & Co : Photos and frames, 2, 10 . 00 : Parke, Davis & Oo : Serum, 4 . 90 14 90 

Pringle, G . D : Engraving medals, 7 . 20 : laboratory supplies, 3 . 40 10 60 

7 P.A. 



$7 85- 


68 69 


53 88 


2,030 19 


143 77 


22 50 


32 00 


238 88 


55 00 


29 79 


3 75 


189 14 


183 25 


124 75 


28 60 


94 80 


20 00 


19 20 


18 50 


31 00 


7 78 


25 00 


71 76 


45 75 


2,711 81 


17 50 


159 09 


24 25 


36 95 


14 04 


4 40 


22 64 


18 21 


28 04 


51 92 


13 68 


12 75 


25 50 


676 35 


127 4S 


111 92 


366 50 


25 00 


5 30 


164 00 



y8 * PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 

AGRICULTURE —Continued. 
AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE-Cow. 

Expenses— Con. 

Putman, G. A: Travelling expenses, 9.85: Pickett, B. S: Travelling expenses, 3.25 $13 10 

Patterson <fe Heward : Brass tablet, " In memory J . H . Findlay " 35 00 

Postmaster: postage stamps, 314.00: rent of box, 11.00 325 00 

Palmer, E . T: livery hire 5 00 

Quirk, Mrs: eggs, 570 doz 66 73 

Robertson, A . & Son : repairing engines, 17 . 36 : repairing water supply, 66 . 68 84 04 

Ryan, G. B. & Co: towelling, 15 yds, 1.73: carpet, 6 yds, 4 . 75 : sundries, .75 7 23 

Ry rie Bros : silver trowel and engraving 20 00 

Reid, Wm: eggs, 90 doz, 10.35. Russell, J. Mc\: scholarship, id. 00 20 35 

Ryrie Paper Co: stationery, etc, 30.45: Robertson, The Jas. Co: laboratory supplies,16. 92 47 37 

Roweon, H. R: honey, 180 lbs, 18.00: Rowson, W. H: honey, 340 lbs, 34.00 52 00 

Reynolds H. E: maple syrup, 30 gals, 30.00: Reynolds, J. B: trav. expenses, 10.20... 40 20 

Rivett,. T . B : services re Farmers' excursions 9 03 

Sundry persons: expenses re Intercollegiate judging contest, G. E. Day, 20.00: 
M. Cumming, 20.00: G. I. Christie, 20.00: W. A. Dryden, 20 00: L. LaPierre, 20.00: 

F. S. Jacobs, 20.00: R. H. Williams, 20 00: B. J. Waters, 20.00 160 00 

Stewart, Alex: drugs and chemicals, 41 . 62 : Streit, Dr . Hans : travelling exp, 5.65 47 27 

Slingerland, M. V: lantern slide*, 110 54 33 

Sharp, J: filing cases, 4.00: Stechert, G E books, 282.86 286 86 

Sheppard Pub. Co" advertising, 25.00: Sun Printing Co" advertising, 60.48 85 48 

Sunley, Wm : iron, tinware, etc, 13. 88 : . Star Library Co ' dictionary, 5 .00 18 88 

Stuart, E . C : services re Farmers' excursions 1485 

Treasurer, Board of School Trustees : asfeessment college property for school purposes 48 00 

Turnbull, Wright Co: printing, stationery, etc, 32.50: Turn bull, O.E: printing, etc, 4.95 37 45 

Toronto University Alumni Association : advertising ' 28 00 

Tolton Bros: oil test churn, 10.00- Thain, Wm. C: music supplied, 15.00 25 00 

Varsity', advertising, iO. 00: Vernon, H: directories, 4.00 14 00 

Williams, Geo: bread and biscuits, 973.36: oranges, 28 dozen j 12.35: 

lemons, 6 doz, 1.20: mixed nuts, 14 lbs, 2.20: raisins, 1 box, 2 . 50 : 

oysters, 13 qts, 5.80: ice crea*> , 18.75' apples, 3 bbls, 8.00: 

fruit, 23.21 : sundry groceries, 116 79 1,164 16 

Whyte Packing Co. bacon and hams, 7,235 lbs, 920 16: lard 100 lbs, 10.00 930 16 

Water Bros: stationery, 7.22: Whitall, Tatum Co: drugs and chemicals, 27.48 34 70 

Wealch, Jno: livery hire, 8.00: Weekes, H. M: scholarship, 13.00 2100 

Young, Mrs : rent of room for M . Cumming 16 20 

Sundry persons : accounts unenumerated under 10.00 67 47 



17,282 52 
Less revenue : — 

Students' fees, 3,110.95: board of students, 7,456.08: sale of gas, 120.00: 
supplemental examinations, 10.00: sale of tuberculine, 5.40: sale of grease, 2.00: 
sale of old paper, 2.45: tickets for Union supper, 3.20: incidentals, 1 .20 10,711 28 



6,571 24 

EXPERIMENTAL FARM AND FEEDING. 

Salaries (S3.854.16). 

M. Cumming Five months' salary as Assistant in Agriculture 73 75 

M. D. Geddes Twelve do Foreman 508 50 

Alex. Milne do Laborer 360 00 

R. Marshall do do 351 00 

Alex. Mcllwraith . . do Cattleman 396 00 

Donald Douglas .... do do 393 80 

Pay lists *. Wages farm laborers, students, etc ! . 1,771 11 

Expenses ($1,106.53). 

Auld James: seeds, 26.60: Am. Breeders Assn: registering stock, 5.04 3164 

Am. Hereford Assn: reg. stock, 6.00: Am. Shropshire Assn: reg. stock, 3.50 9 50 

Bollert, E. R. & Co: apron and towels, 2.75: B. B Mfe:. Co: fountains, 4, 5.00 7 75 

Beattie, Geo: harness repairs, etc, 66.40: Bond, J. M. &Co" hardware, etc, 29.03 95 43 

Briggs, Wm' printing, 4.60.. Bruce, John A. & Co: clover, 9 bush, 70.39 74 99 

Barber, A : steers, 14, 659.92 : grade cow, 41.00 700 92 

Blain, N. M : Tamworth sow .... 25 00 

Barber, W. F.. pigs, 36, 154.00: lambs. 20, 63.35 .... 217 35 

Brethour & Saunders." Yorkshire boar, 40.00 Barbaree, D: Yorkshire sow, 25.00 65 00 

Blind Institution: baskets, 2.00: Bell Tel. Co: messages, 6.55 8 55 

Crawley, E : oats, 226 bush, 86 12 ; Craig, R. D : photographs, 1.00 87 12 

Creelman, Bros : repairing typewriter, 1.00." Cole, H. E : plow, 27.00 28 00 

Cargill, H. & Son: Shorthorn bull, 600.00: Campbell, Duncan: steers. 8, 304.98 904 98 

C.P.R. Tel. Co: telegrams, 25c: C.P. Ry. Co." freight charges: 19.44 19 69 

Can. Express Co: express charges, 10.44: Collector of Customs: duty charges, 2.05 12 49 



1901] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



99 



AGRICULTURE —Continued. 



EXPERIMENTAL FARM AND FEEDING.-tfon. 



Expenses— Con. 



Day, 



T. J. : stationery, 8.45 ... 

Dodge Mfg. Co: rope, 14.72 
: typewriting, etc, 57.82 . . , 

Dredge, Wm: steers, 4, 170.00 



Davidson, Wm: stabling horses, 10.00: 

Dom. Express Co." express charges, 55c: 

Dairy Dept: milk. 5.17: Dougherty, F. K 

Day, G. E: trav. expenses re stock, 56.65: 

Fleming, A. barley, 35 bush, 16.80: Foster, Thos: mason work, 7.32 

Goldie, The Jas. Co : middlings, 13 tons, 222.00 : bran, 18 tons, 261.95 

Guelph Linseed Oil Co: oil cake, 2,300 lbs, 32.20: G.N. W. Tel. Co: telegrams, 80c 

Gurney Scale Co: repairing scales, 13.80: G.T. Ry. Co: freight charges, 45.42 

Green, Geo: Berkshire boar, 40.00' Graham, D. A: grade cows, 2, 150.8 7 

Guelph Rag & Metal Co : repairing vehicles, 1 . 37 : Grant, Thos . F : repairing pump, 2 . 75 

Guelph Cartage Co : cartage 

Hewer, Jas: salt, 2.30: bags, 1 doz, 2.50. seeds, 3.50' rye, 68 bush, 41.25 

Hamilton, Wm : pigs, 7, 43 . 75 : Hood, G . B : Yorkshire pigs, 10, 75 .00 

Harcourt, Prof. Robt : bran, 3,087 lbs, 20 . 06 : mi idlings, 2, 1 43 lbs, 18 . 21 : flour, 606 lbs, 6 . 97 : 

bags, 81, 12.15 

Hearn, F. B: registering stock, 2.78; Harding, Geo & Sons: registering stock, 50c 

Johnston, R : repairs to implements 

Kloepfer, C : bellows 

Lindsay, J: steer, 80.00: London Fence Machine Co: fence wire, 36.85.' 

Milne, A. : Yorkshire pigs, 8 

Morris, G. B. : hardware, etc, 152 03 : Massey-Harris Co : repairs, 56c 

Morrison, James, Brass Mfg. Co: Heintz steam-savers, 2, 58.13: engine repairs, 13.00. . 

Maxwell, D , & Sons' repairing implements, 1 50: Millar, J. & R. : wheat, 2 bush, 2.00. . 

McCrea, J. A : salt, 1 bbl, 1.10 McFarlane, A : barley, 64 bush, 30.80 

McDonald, J. C : steers, 2, 157.50: McFarlane, W. F ; barley, 45 bush, 21.70 

McDougall, Charles: wheat, 20 bush, 15.00: barley, 96 bush, 49.46: oil-cake, 24.00. . . . 

McFarlane, J.jW. : barley, 48 bush, 23.04: Mcintosh & Galbraith: printing, 10.50 

McColl Bros : cylinder oil, 27$ gals, 25 50 : seal oil, 10 gals, 7.75 

McCallum. A . : amount credited in error in 1900 as sundry items 

McLean & Dawson: repairing pump, 75c: McConnell, J repairing vehicles, 10.60 

O'Donell, M : carpentering 

Parkinson, C. E: corn, 68| bush, 37.32: barley, 153 bush, 75.30: salt, 1 bbl, 1.10: 

feed for stock, 36.50 : seeds, 31 . 30 : oats, 117 bush, 46. 45 : oil-cake, 525 lbs, 8.40 ... . 

Presant, E. J : feed for stock, 70.55 : chopping feed, 19.09 

Penfold, S. & G: farm implements, 14.00.' Postmaster: postage stamps, 13.50 

Pemberthy Injector Co : repairs, 38c : Prioe, W. J : travelling expenses, 4 . 30 

Rennie, Wm : seeds, etc, 45 . 72 * Reeve, Charles oats, 61 bush, 23.53 

Rumford, A : ventilators for barn, as per contract, 99 . 15 : repairs, 4.40 

Rogers, Elias Co : stove coal, 5 tons at 5.20 

Reid & Ross: repairing vehicles, 20.25: Reid, Wm: fence posts, 90, 13.50 

Robertson, A, and Son iron pipe, castings, etc 

Robertson, The James, Co: valves, 29.00: castiags, 8.81 

Reed, J. H, V.S: medicines, 12.35: Ryan, G B, & Co: furnishings, 1.90 

Stewart, Robt: lumber, 138.26: shingles, 7.80 

Stephens, Jackson & Co: slate blackboasds, 13.65: Shuh, F: seed oats, 13 bush, 5.30 

Stone, F. W, Stock Co ' seed wheat, 10 bush, 8 .50: exps. re stock, 10.00 

Smith, Alex: draught horses, 1 team, 325.00: Sunley, S: pigs, 12,90.00 

Sunley, Wm: repairs, 1.20' Shafer, W. A: reg. stock, 2.00 

Stewart, Alex: drugs and chemicals, 13.45: Sallows, H. & D: blacksmithing, 77.42 

, Twedle, A, jr : seeds, 11.55 : Tolton Bros : repairing implements, 29.10 

Turnbull, Wright Co : printing, etc 

Thoip, Geo. J: peas, 80 bush, 52.00: sheep dips. 1.50: timothy, 8.50 

| Usher, Isaac & Son * Shorthorn cows 

White, Alex : steers, 10, 420.00 : grade shorthorn cow, 61.00 

Waterous Engine Works Co: rep. engine, 5.80: Walker & To veil: scuffler, 8.20 

Wright, John: peas, 30 bush, 21.30: cotton bags, 14, 3.00 

Walker, J. P: barley, 202 bush, 97.04: Welker, F: repairs, 3:50 

Wartman & Ward Mfg. Co: rep. implements, 4.00: Wiancko, A. T: photos, 2.25 

. Waterloo Mfg. Co: repg. separator, 33.75: Wade, Henry: reg. stock, 27.00 

1 Weston, John, Mf g . Co ." repairing cutting box 



Less revenue : 

From sale of— 35 steers, 2,135.99: 6 cows, 258.00: 2 calves, 5.50: bull caif, 80.00: 
147 pigs, 2,083.44: 103 sheep, 590.82: ram, 8.00: 17 bushels wheat, 11.22: 

hay, 2.00: ensilage, 3 tons 800 lbs, 6 . 80 : milk, 3,564 qts, 162.68: 

services of animals, 214.00: sale of hides, 7.92: 290 lbs wool, 23.96: 



$18 45 
15 27 
62 99 

226 65 
24 12 

483 95 
33 00 

59 22 
190 87 

4 12 

1 60 

49 55 

118 75 

57 39 

3 28 

1 92 

14 25 

116 85 

30 00 
152 59 

71 13 

3 50 

31 90 
179 20 

88 46 
33 54 
33 25 
12 00 
11 35 
66 34 

236 37 

89 64 
T 50 

4 68 
69 25 

103 55 
26 00 
33 75 
19 34 
37 81 
14 25 

146 06 
18 95 
18 50 

415 00 
3 20 

90 87 
40 65 

5 50 
62 00 

450 00 

481 00 

14 00 

24 30 

100 54 

6 25 

60 75 
3 00 



7,086 61 



2 old horses, 55.00: 
experimental feed, 332.20 



old iron, 1.65: 



wool refuse, 90c: 



5,980 08 



1,106 53 



100 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



[No. 1 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 



EXPERIMENTAL PLOTS. 

Salaries ($4,671.90). 

C . A . Zavitz Twelve months' salary as Experimentalist 

A.E.Whiteside.... do Foreman 

A. J. Black do Teamster 

M. Laughlin do Typewriter 

Sundry persons Wages, laborers, etc .. . 



Expenses ( $1,404. 33). 

Abell, The Jno. Engine Co: Wheels 

Bond, J M. & Co: Iron pipe, 109 ft, 9.83: vise, 8.64: hardware, 6.87 

Beattie, Geo:- Harness supplies, 11.10: Buckle, Wm: Bags, 136, 6.80 

Bell Tel. Co: Messages, 30c: Bruce, Jno A. & Co: Seeds, 21.48 

Bowman, Jas : Oats, 16 bu 

Crane, Wm: Wheat, 1.20: Clark, C. S: Seeds, 5.95 

Carter, Jas. &Co: Seeds, 10.78: Chamberlain, H: Bags, 2.75 

Cleghorn, T: Bags, 300, 15 . 00 ; Cornie, T. A: Painting, 4.25 

Carter-Crume Co: Tags, 5,000, 5.25' Creelman Bros: Typewriter supplies, 2.50 

Carter's Ink Co: Typewriter ribbon, 1.00: Collector of Customs: Duty charges, 4.52.... 

Can . Express Co : Exp . charges, 13 94 : C . R. R'y Co : Freight charges, 8 . 50 

Day, T. J: Stationery, 43.94 ; postage stamps, 19.00 

Darch & Hunter : Seeds, 2 40 : Duncan, Geo ' Whitewashing, 9 . 00 

Dom . Express Co : Express charges 

Evans, Rob't Seed Co: Seeds, 3.16; Ewing, Wm. & Co: Seeds, 1.59 

Elliott, T. W: Seeds 

Forfar, A. W: Seeds, 3.75; Ferry, D. M. &Co: Seeds, 83c 

Guelph Lipht & Power Co : Gas, 14.05: Gerolamy, W. A: Screens, 2.00 

Greening, The B . Wire Co : Perf . zinc, 57 . 70 : Guelph Paper Co : Twine, 85c 

Gowdy Mfg. Co: Repairing threshing machine, 8.95: Gregory, J . J .H . &Son: Seeds, 4.83 

Grand&Toy: Tags, 2,000, 8.75: G. T. R'y Co: Freight charges, 7.01 

Hooper, Jno : Clipping horse, 1 . 50: Henry, E : Pails, 1 . 84 

H©w©r Jsls * Seeds 

Keith, Geo: Seeds, 1.95:" Kolb, E.B: Seeds, 8.00: Kirkwood,' R:' Seeds, !L60.! .'.....'. '. 

KiJgour Bros: Paper bags, 27.85 ; Kloepfer & Co: Coal, \ ton, 1.50 

Lamb, J : Seeds 

Morris, Geo. B: Iron, hardware, etc, 40.55: Mitchell, R: Tub, 1.25 

Maule, W. H: Seeds, 5.25: Mace, G. W: Seeds, 50c 

Morrison, J. Brass Mfg. Co: Rep. engine, 6.91: Morlock, O. A. Jr" S'd wheat, 16 bu, 12.00 

McCrae, D : Peas, 27 bu, 22 . 00 : McKenzie, D : Horseshoeing, 21 . 89 

Nunan, F : Printing, etc 

O'Donell, M : Carpentering 

Phillips, R. W: Aeur lights 

Rennie, Wm: Seeds, 28.71" Reed, J. H., V.S Pro. services, 2.60. 

Robertson, The Jas. Co: Valve, 4.38: Richardson, G. A: Hardware, 2.59 

Stewart, Robt : Lumber, 78 . 21 * Stewart, Alex : Drugs, 3 . 85 

Smart, The Jas . Mfg. Co Half cost of furnace 

Standard Fertilizer Co: Fertilizer, 18.00: Sundry persons: Manure, 82.30 

Salzer, Jno. A. Seed Co: Seeds, 1.50: Simmers, J. A: Seeds, 39.98 

Shuh, F: Seeds, 13 10: Sutton & Sons : Seeds, 37 . 25 

Steele- Briggs Seed Co: Seeds, 10.75: Stone, F. W . Stock Co: Seeds,9.00 

Twedle, J., jr: Seeds, 9.10: Thorburn, J. M. & Co: Seeds, 3.19 ••»•*•.... 

Thorp, Geo. J: Seeds 

Vaughan, J . C : Seeds 

Williams, George" Bags, 7.00: Whiteside, Mrs. A: Making bags, etc, 5.18 

Willson, C . B : Photos for report, 50c . Wilson, Wm : Manure, 1 50 

Young, Ann : Mending bags ' 

Zavitz, C. A: Allowance trav. expenses to Europe to visit Agricultural Exp'mtal Stations! 
do trav. expenses, 2.95 

EXPERIMENTAL DAIRY. ($124.29.) 

J. A. McFeeters Twelve months' salary as Foreman 

R. W. Stratton, do Cheesemaker 

James Brady ........ do Engineer 

James Prestsell do Cattleman 

Sundry persons Wages of assistants, laborers, etc 

Algie, Jas" Valve, 25c: Bond, J. M. & Co: Hardware, 15.58 

Beattie, Geo: Harness repairs, 3.75: Bollert, E.R. & Co: Curtains, 1.28 

Barber, W. F: Calves, 5, 29.00." Buffalo Cold Storaere Co: Butter. 45c 

Bell Tel. Co : Messages, 60c : Ballantyne Dairy Supply Co : Supplies, 8 30 

Brill, Geo: Bags, 8Cc: Brickell, A. J. : Sawdust, 50c 

Can. Dairy Supply Co: Supplies, 4.80: Clemens. H. A. & Co: Boxes, 50, 5.25 

Commercial Oil Co: Engine oil, 5 gals. 3.00: Cray Oil Co: Coal oil, 47 gals, 7.46 

Carter, T. P: Cuttirj? ice, 19.25: Cornie. T. A. : Painting, 15.10 

Carter, A: Oats, 76 bush, 29.07: Can. Exp. Co: Express chgs, 3.98 

C. P. Ry. Co: Freight chgs, 2.47: Collector of Customs: Duty chgs on coal, etc, 26.44 



$1,500 00 

470 00 

354 OC 

249 97 

2,097 93 



3 50 
24 84 

17 90 

21 78 
8 00 
7 16 

13 53 

19 25 

7 75 

5 52 

22 44 
62 94 
11 40 

i oc ;: 

4 76 
26 

4 6g 
16 06 
58 55 
13 78 
15 76 

3 34 

4 55 

11 56 
29 36 

1 0C 
41 80 

5 76 

18 91 
43 8S 

75 

6 60 

2 0C 
31 31 

6 97 
82 06 
77 5C 
100 30 
41 4S 
50 36 

19 76 

12 2J 
43 IS 
10 8( 
12 1* 

2 0C 

1 (X 
400 (X 

2 9f 



450 CK 

499 94 

270 (X 

394 5( 

131 85 

15 8 

5 Oi 

29 41 

8 9( 

I 3( 

10 Of 

10 4( 

34 31 

33 0; 



1901] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



101 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 



EXPERIMENTAL DAIRY. -Con. 

•Castner, Curran & Bullitt: Pocahontas coal (contract), 133 tons 600 lbs at 3.50 

Dougherty, F. K: Typewriting, 55.43: Dean,H B. : Trav. exps, 87.09 

Davidson, Jno. : Repg furniture, 5.50 : Douglass & Co : Butter culture, 50c 

Dom. Exp. Co: Exp. chgs. 1.35: Day, T. J: Stationery, 6.75 

Daly, J : Stationery 

Eimer & Amend Chemicals 

Fry, H. J : Oats, 54 bush, 16.22 : Foster, Thos : Mason work : 20.10 

Firstbrook Box Co : Butter boxes, 100 

Geio, Conrad : Holstein cows, 2 

Goldie, The Jas Co: Bran, 18| tons, 270.50: middlings, 2 tor.><«, 30.00 

Guelph Soap Co : Sal soda, 225 lbs, 2 15 : G. N. W. Tel. C ■ Telegrams, 25 

Gamble, W. P: Services, 40.00: G. T. Ry. Co: Freight chgs, 5.84 

Guelph Cartage Co: Teaming coal, 33.95: Greig, R. W: Trav. exps, 1.30 

Guelph Pavement Co : Cement work 

Hewer, Jas : Feed for stock, 71.30 ' oil cake, 1 ton, 29.00 

Henry, B : Grade cow, 45.00: Holstein Friesian Assn : Reg. stock, 4 00 

Harcourt, Robf Trav. exps, 13.90: Hall, W. H: Duties at Pan American, 7.92 

Lister, R. A. &, Co : Separator oil can 

Morris, G. B: Iron, hardware, etc, 35.38* Millar, B: Buttermaking, 2.00 

Morrison Brass Mfg Co: Valves, etc, 24.10: Mitchell, R: Grocercies, 15.35 

Murton, H : Feed for stock, 11.00 : Mollison, F * Oats, 47 bush, 14 25 

Millar, A : Cheese, 269. lbs, 24.71 : Moore N : Grade cow, 42.00 

Masaey, W. E. H : Ayrshire cow , 

McTntyre, Jos: Peas, 45 bush, 28.50: McLaren, A. F : Trav. exps, 3.00 

McNairn, J. H ' Printing, 12 00 ■ Mcintosh & Galbraith : Pads, 1,000, 6.00 

McKenzie, D: Horsehoeing, 3.50: McAllister, Geo: Sawdust, 47 loads, 23.50 

McColl Bros: Cylinder oil, 6 gals.. 

O Donell, M : Carpentering 

Present, E. J: Cornmeal, 1 tor, 16.00: chopping feed, 15.98 . 

Philips, R. W : Repairing- drain pipes 

Rose, Laura: Buttermaking, 37. 50: Reed, J. H. V.S: Medicines, 13.05 

Ryan, Jas: Com. buying grain, 1.25: Rudd, D. E: Travelling expenses, 6.00 

Richardson, C. & Co, Coloring, 1 gal, 2.55: Robertson, A. & Son: Repairing shaft, 15.18 

Rumford, A: Water trough, 114 ft, 15.00' iron, tinware, etc, 52.25 

Stewart, Robf Lumber, 38.38 . Smith, R. B : Jersey cows (2) 250.00 

Stratton, R. W: Travelling expenses, 2.45: Stewart, Alex Drugs and chemicals, 10.34.. 

Sundry persons: Milk supplied, 662.41: Sallows, H. & D: Blacksmithing, 1.10 

Steinhoff, J. W : Expenses judering cheese 

ToltonBros: Washers, 15c: Thorp, G. J: Feed for stock, 9 . 95 

Turnbull, O. E: Stationery, 13.50: Thompson, E. D: Oats, 189 bush, 66.30 . 

West Chemical Co: Sanitary fluid, 92c: Watson, Jno: Oats, 91 bush, 26.80 

Wade, Hy: Registering stock, 75c: Woodyatt, A. R: Sharpening mower, 1.45 

Welker, W: Repairing blackboard 

Walker, Morley C : Postage stamps, 46 .00: post cards, 1 .00 



Less revenue : — 

Sale of butter, 16,428£ lbs. at 15c to 23c. 

cheese, 5,517f lbs. at 5c to lie. . . 

milk, 57,240 lbs 

do 765J qts. at 4c 

skim milk 

whey 

cream, 81| gals 

calves (10) 

cattle 

waggon 

hides 

old buggy 

Refund of expenses 



3,354 94 

528 52 

584 78 

30 62 

6 00 

34 64 

52 10 

80 00 

297 75 

20 00 

6 25 

5 00 



CENTRAL DAIRY SCHOOL. 



$466 57 

142 52 

6 00 

8 10 

1 30 

3 33 

36 32 

20 00 
142 50 
300 50 

2 40 
45 84 
35 25 

144 00 
100 30 

49 00 

21 82 
77 

37 38 
39 45 
25 25 

66 71 
75 00 
31 50 
18 00 
27 00 

4 50 
27 34 
31 98 

6 20 

50 55 

7 25 
17 73 

67 25 
288 38 

12 79 
663 51 

5 00 
10 10 
79 80 
27 72 

2 20 

7 84 

47 00 



5,127 54 



5,003 25 



124 29 



Salaries ($1,605.00). 
Mark Sprague Three months' salary as Instructor, Separator 



James Stonehouse .... 


do 


Geo. H. Barr 


do 


R. W. Stratton 


do 


J. A. McFeeters .... 


do 


Theo . Wiancko 


do 


Laura Rose 


do 


Jas . Bready 


do 


Cliff. Angell 


do 



io 

do 

Ass't. do 

do 

do 

do 

Engineer 

Laborer 



Butter-making 

Cheese-making 

do 

Milk-testing and Mathematics 
Home Dairy 

do 



300 00 
225 00 
255 00 
180 00 
180 00 
150 00 
150 00 
90 00 
75 00 



102 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



[No. 1 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 



CENTRAL DAIRY SCHOOL-Cow. 



Expenses ($3,903.03). 



Brooms, \ doz , 4.50: 
machine cotton, 4 webs, 13 . 39 : 



brushes, 1 doz . , 4 . 80 : 
testers, 3, 30.00: 



castings, 8 . 22 . hardware, 21 . 97 

1.00: John Beenrer: Cheese boxes, 441, 50.71 



Ballantyne Dairy S'jpply Co: 

rennet, 7 jars, 12.60: 

supplies, 6.60 

Bond & Co, J. M: Paint, 16 gals., 25.20: 
Bollert & Co, E. R: Cheese cotton, 10 yds 

Baumgartner & Baechler : Apparatus 

Briggs, Wm: Printing, 4.60: G. H. Barr: Trav. exp , 3.00 

Bell, A. T : Judging cheese 

Creamery Supply Co: Apparatus and supplies, 14 . 42 : A. Clancy: Milk, 10 00 . ... 

Can. Dairy Supply Co: do do 32c: C. P. Ry. Co: Fgt. charges, 5.14 

Columbia Air Churn Co' Churn, 10.50: Creelman Bros" Typewriter supplies, 4 20 

Castner, Curran & Bullitt: R. & M. soal. 51 tons 1,200 lbs. at 4.00 

Can. Express Co: Exp. chgs., 9.90: Collector of Customs: Duty chgs. on coal, etc., 80.20 

Day, T.J: Wall paper, 22.60: stationery, 6.27. subscriptions, 10.04 

Dodge Mfg. Co- Rope, 500 feet, 9.62: Dowswell Mfg. Co: Churns, 2, 8.50 

Diamond Glass Co : Bottles, 2 . 50 : Dairymen's Ass'n : Advtg . , 5 . 00 

Duncan, Geo: Whitewashing, 22.00" Dom. Exp. Co: Exp. charges, 25c 

Eimer & Amend ' Apparatus for analysis 

Gummer, H : Advtg . , 9 . 50 : Guelph Cartage Co : Hauling coal, 15 . 48 

Gamble, W. P: Services as Analyist, 80.00: G. T. Ry. Co: Freight charges, 5.11 

Hillary, B.J: Furnishings, 1.50: John Hooper Livery hire, 3 00 

King, F. H: Book , 

Mitchell, Robt: Brooms, \ doz ., 1 . 80 : Morrison Brass Mfg . Co". Plumbers' supplies, 14.78 

Morris, G . B : Hardware, paints, etc . , 37 . 25 " J.J. Mahoney : Plastering, 4 25 

Muir, B : Judging cheese 

McColl Bros. & Co: Cylinder oil, 6 gals., 5.40: J. H. McGillivray: Labor, 3.00 

McNairn, J . H : Stationery 

Mcintosh & Galbraith: Circulars, 41.50: printing, etc., 15 00 

O. A. C. Review: Advtg., 5.00: M. O'Donell: Carpentering, 10 80 

Postmaster: Postage stamps 

Richardson & Co, G . A : Churn, 35 . 00 : A . Rumf ord : Tinsmithing, 22 . 15 

Robertson, The Jas. Co: Vise, 10.50: discs, 2.04 

Stewart, Robt: Lumber, .42: Stewart, Alex: Drugs and chemicals, 13 07 

Slawson, C. H. & Co: Rep'g tester, 1.75: Steinhoff. J. W: Judging cheese, 4.50 

Sundry persons: Milk supplied, 5,146.51: Stratton, R. W: travelling exp, .50 

Turnbull, O. E: Printing 

Wagner Glass Works : Apparatus, 31 . 50 : Woods' Fair : Furnishings, 75c 

Wiancko, A . T : Book, 4 . 40 : Welker, W : Repairing blackboards, 5 . 50 



Less revenue : — 
Students' fees 
Sale of butter 

do cheese 

do 

do 

do 

do 



8,169 lbs at 15c to 24c. 

4.633£lbsat8to 10£c 

skim milk, 10,250 lbs 

whey 

cream, 5 qts 

milk, 18 qts 



Breakages by students 



POULTRY DEPARTMENT. ($1,502 81). 



51 00 

1,806 58 

458 58 

21 05 

10 00 

1 00 

72 

6 45 



W. R. Graham Twelve months' salary as Manager 

A. D. Hunt Eight do Assistant Manager 

Sundry persons— Poultry— W. K. Kerr, 11.00: James Starkey, 4.39: 
C. H. Sanderson, 6.00: C. W. Barber. 27.50: Armstrong Bros, 12.50: 
Wm. McCrory, 12.25: F.R.Webber, 80.20: Wm. Hume, 7.00: Wm. Salferman, 4.50: 
E. A. Hales, 16.50' W. Laird, 3.68 J. McPherson, 9.20. W. McCartney, 11.00: 
H. Beers, 17.50" J. Simpson, 4.00: L. Cowan, 4 06: B. Carter, 4.27: 
C. Smith, 14.00: F. Law, 2.70: C Cook, 3.00: A. McRaney, 4.50: 
Mrs. White, 5.11: Jno. McAninch, 6.30: E. H. Laing, 3.22: J. Savage, 18.30: 
Chas. Ruby, 10 20: D. Burbaree, 1.20 

Bell, W. J : Setting eggs, 5.00 : Burbaree, D : Wheat, 173 bu, 111.22 

Bell Tel. Co: Messages, 15c: Cornie, T. A: Painting, 6.25 

Cray Oil Co: Coal oil, 88 gals, 16.24: Clemens, H. A. & Co: Boxes, 4.25 

Carter, Wm : Corn, 58 bu, 27.85 ; chop corn, 1 ton 812 lbs, 31.16 ; bran, 1 ton 790 lbs, 22.42 ; 
wheat, 34 bn 22.84: sundries, 48 84 

Craig, R. D: Photos, 3.50: Coll. of Customs: Duty charges, 1.36 

Can. Exp. Co: Exp. charges, 14.85: Dairy Dept: Milk. 6.17 



$71 
55 
51 
15 

7 

2 
24 

5 
14 
206 
90 
38 
18 

7 

22 
51 
24 
85 

4 

1 
16 
41 

5 

8 
14 
56 
15 

8 
57 
12 
13 

6 

5,147 

13 

32 

9 



6,258 41 



2,355 38 



3,903 03 



700 00 
240 00 



304 08 

116 22 

6 40 

20 49 


153 11 

4 86 

21 02 



1 801] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 103 

AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 
POULTRY DEPARTMENT— Oon. 

Donovan, H. B: Ad vtg, 10.00: engravings, 28, 57.40 

Day, T. J : Stationery, 16.70: Dougherty, F. K Typewriting, 9.12 

Guelph Soap Co: Water glasses, 6.12: Guelph Cartage Co: Cartage, 80c 

Graham, W. R: Trav. exps, 7.60: G. T. Ry Co: Freight chgs, 4.91 

Hewer, Jas : Poultry feed, 83.66: furnishings, 22.25 

Hales, A: do 22.39: Hodgson, Wm: Setting eggs, 4 doz, 4.00 

Hillary, B. J : Furnishings, 1.50 : Hamilton, W : Labor, 10.92 

Morris, G. B: Hardware, 16.18: Millar, J. & R: Feed, 1.45 

Morgan, A. J: Egg boxes, 7.19: coops, 1 doz, 21.60 . 

McHardy, J. & A: Poultry feed, 1.52: McDougall, C : Wheat, 25 bu, 17.00 

McCrea, J. A: Eggs, 90doz, 1035: furnishings, 3.25 

Mciiillivray, Jas: Services, 14.00: Mcintosh & Galbraith : Stat'y, etc, 12.50 

O'Donell M : Carpentering 

Presant, E.J: Poultry feed, 55c : Postmaster : Postage stamps, 21. 00 

Poultry Keeper Pub'g Co : Subscription ... , 

Rogers, Elias Co : Stove coal, 5 tons at 5.20 

Rumford, A: Tinsmithing, 1.45: Roos, P. H: Eggs, 5.00 

Reid, Wm: Eggs 

Smith, C: Wheat, 25 bu, 17.50: Sunley, Wm: Repairs, 16.15 

Stewart, Robt : Lumber, 7-17 : Stewart, Alex : Drugs, 4.36 

Staunton, K. B: Labor, 18.50: Thorp, G. J ': Poultry feed, 29.85 

Vandervoort, W. R' Eggs for setting 

Wellcome, F. O : Trap nest, 6.00 : Woodyatt, A. R. & Co : Repairs, 75c 

White, W: Poultry feed 

Wilson, Jas. & Son: Poultry feed, 1J tons, 32.75: bags, 2.75: meal, 1,748 lbs, 27.53, 

Less Revenue: — 

Sale of eggs for breeding, 91 settings at 1.00 and 1.50 each 108 51 

domestic use 110 69 

dressed poultry 350 05 

poultry 114 53 

duck feathers 80 

old box 40 



867 40 


25 82 


6 92 


12 51 


105 91 


26 39 


12 42 


17 63 


28 79 


18 52 


13 60 


26 50 


10 84 


21 55 


1 25 


26 00 


6 45 


13 80 


33 65 


11 53 


48 35 


11 00 


6 75 


5 00 


63 03 



2,187 79 



684 98 



1,502 81 
HORTICULTURAL DEPARTMENT. 

Salaries ($3,396,14.) 

Wm Squirrell Twelve months' salary as Gardener 699 99 

Arthur James do Florist ... , 540 00 

Wm. Wells do Assistant Florist 379 92 

John Tevens do Teamster 360 00 

Sundry persons .... Wages laborers, etc 1,416 23 

Expenses ($2,043 11.) 

American Florist Directory 2 0G 

Bond, J. M. & Co Iron, hardware, etc, 75.85: glass, 13.30: angle steel, 306 ft, 38.25: 

fruit cart, 13.00 : hose, 100 ft, 10 50 : iron pipe, 290 ft, 15.89 

Beattie, Geo ' Repg harness, 6 55 : Burden, W. J : Tree protectors, 4 80 

Borthwick, S: Manure, 12 loads, 9.00: Bruce, Jno. A. & Co* Seeds, 6.46 

Burpee, W. A. & Co: Seeds, 3.77: Burt, H. F: Seeds, 5.00 

Cray Oil Co: Oil, 40 gal*, 6.32: Cabelder, J. S: Manure, 3.00 

C. P. Ry Co: Freight chgs, 3.79: Can. Exp. Co: Exp. chgs, 10.65 

Coll. of Customs: Duty chgs, 20.84: Can. Bk Commerce: Chgs on draft, 30c 

Day, T. J : Stationery, 15.51 : Douglas, R., Sons: Trees, 39.20 

Dobereiner, P: Photos, 2.28: Dom. Exp. Co: Exp. chgs, 1.20 

Dougherty, F. K : Typewriting 

Eastern Shore Nurseries : Plum trees, 20 

Foster, S. P. & Co: Flower pctp, 15.49: Fisher, Geo. E: Oil soap, 1 bbl, 13.58 . . .* 

Foster, Thos: Bricklaying, etc, 40.64: Grout, J. H. & Co Berry boxes, 10.82 

Guelph Paper Co: Bags, 35c: Guelph Cartage Co : Cartage, 46.14 . . 

G . T . Railway Co : Freight charges 

Henderson, P . & Co : Seeds, 1 . 00 : Hewer, Jas : Plants, 25c 

Harrison, W. H: Trees, 63.10: Howard, Geo: Repg roof, 2.10 

Hurndall, F: Photos, 3.00: envelopes, 1.50 

Hutt, H . L : Travelling expenses . . . . 

Morris, G. B : Hardware, etc, 31 .57 : Milne, Mrs : Bags, 1 . 80 

Mcintosh & Galbraith: Printing, 10.25: McAteer: Manure, 21.00 

O' Donell, M : Carpentering 

Park&Co: Photo, 2.00: hringle/.G. D: Photo supplies, 12 . 45 



166 79 


11 35 


15 46 


8 77 


9 32 


14 44 


21 14 


54 71 


3 48 


57 82 


11 00 


29 07 


51 46 


46 49 


15 42 


1 25 


65 20 


4 50 


35 70 


33 37 


51 25 


10 50 


14 45 



104 * PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 

AGRICULTURE.— Concluded. HOSPITALS AND CHARITIES. 

HORTICULTURAL DEPARTMENT- Con. 

Expenses— Con. 

Postmaster : Postage stamps $20 00 

Rennie, W : Seeds, 1 . 75 : Reed, J . H . . V . S : Medicines, 60c 2 35 

Robertson, A .& Sons : Hardware, etc, 15.55: Ryan, Jas: Wood ashes, 11.45 ..'. 27 00 

Robertson, The Jas. Co: Castings, 6.89: Ryan, G B. & Co: Cotton, 2.48 9 37 

Ropers, Elias Co: Grate coal, 127 tons 400 lbs at 5 00, 636 00: stove, 12 tons at 5.20. 62.40 698 40 

Stewart, Robf. Lumber, 42.04: Schultz Bros. Co: Brick, lime, etc, 53.38 95 42 

Stewart, Alex! Drugs, etc, 2.35: Spramotor Co: Apparatus, 24.00 26 35 

Sunley, Wm Repairs, 9.96: Sallows, H. & D: Blacksmithing, 16.48 26 44 

Steele Bros. Seed Co: Seeds, plants, etc, 18.70" Smith, E. D: Trees and plants, 73.59.. 92 29 

Stone & Wellington : Trees, 30 . 00 Smith & Reed Co : Plants, 23 . 46 53 46 

Sunley, S. C: Plants, 5.00 Sharp, J: Filing cases, 4 00 9 00 

Sundry persons : Picking fruit : 89 . 29 : Sundry persons : Manure, 48 . 50 137 79 

Thorburn, J. M. & Co: Seeds, plants, etc, 69.54: Thorp, Geo. J: Seeds, 10.80 80 34 

Tevens, Jno: Repairs, 3.00: Virtue & Co: Book, 4.45 7 45 

Webber, Geo : Flower tubs, 5, 13 . 15 : Webster Bros, plants, 20. 86 34 01 

Waters Bros : Furnishings 7 32 

Woodyatt, A . R . & Co : Repairing implements, 6 . 75 : plant labels, 15 . 75 22 50 



Less revenue : — 

Sale of surplus fruit and vegetables . 12 57 

trees 8 75 



2,064 43 



21 32 



2.043 11 



MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT (799.97). 



E. A. Crawford: Twelve months' salary as Mechanical Foreman 700 00 

Bond, J. M. & Co: Iron, hardware, tools, etc, 18.00: Guelph Cartage Co: Cartage, 80c. 18 80 

Greenshields, W.J: Stationery 1 45 

Morris, G . B : Tools, hardware, etc, 63 . 92 : Robertson, A . & Son : Tools, 2 . 80 66 72 

Rogers, Elias Co: Stove coal, 2£ tons at 5.20 13 00 

Total Agriculture $209,858 94 



HOSPITALS AND CHARITIES ($192,280.65). 

The Treasurer : — 

General Hospital, Toronto, 13,045.70: Grace Homoeopathic Hospital, Toronto, 3,093.25: 
Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, 7,218.98: St. Michael Hospital, Toronto, 9,250.67: 
Western Hospital, Toronto, 2,068.99: The Orthopedic Hospital, Toronto, 981.88: 

City Hospital, Hamilton, 3,072.42: St. Joseph's Hospital, Hamilton, 1,529.05: 

General Hospital, Kingston, 3,180.39: Hotel Dieu Hospital, Kingston, 6,019 59: 

General Protestant Hospital, Ottawa, 3,636.74 : Roman Catholic Hospital, Ottawa, 4,925 97 ". 

v House of Mercy Lying-in Hosp, Ottawa, 1,653.11: Sick Children's Hosp, Ottawa, 611.05: 
Maternity Hospital, Ottawa, 225.25: St. Luke's General Hospital, Ottawa, 2,986.96: 

General Hospital, London, 3,642.68: St. Joseph's Hospital, London, 2,049.89: 

General & Marine Hospital, St. Catharines, 1,089.04: Gait Hospital, 1,029.34: 

General Hospital, Guelph, 2,660.45: St. Joseph's Hospital, Guelph, 1,375 37: 

General Hospital, Pembroke, 1,294.82: General Hospital, Mattawa, 921.18: 

J. H. Stratford Hosp, Brantford, 1,436.67: St. Joseph's Hosp, Port Arthur, 1,219.45: 

Belleville Hospital, 1,145.59: St. Vincent de Paul Hospital, Brockville, 1,990.29: 

General Hospital, Brockville, 1,221.15: General & Marine Hospital. Collingwood, 245 97: 
Nichol's Hospital, Peterboro, 1,260.63: St. Joseph's Hospital, Peterboro, 1,195.69: 

Hotel Dieu Hospital, Windsor, 996.53: St. Joseph's Hospital, Chatham, 1,246.20: 

General Hospital, Chatham, 1,734.42: General Hospital, Stratford, 1,042.02: 

Amasa Wood Hospital, St. Thomas, 459.86: Gen.& Marine Hospital, Owen Sound, 803.72: 
General Hospital, Sudbury, 626.32: St. Joseph's Hospital, Sudbury, 857.61: 

General Hosp, Huntsville, 1,334.57: Hunts ville Hosp, 1,188.26: Woodstock Hosp, 727.73: 
Berlin & Waterloo Hospital, Berlin, 665 22. General Hospital, Sarnia, 1,528.66: 

Royal Victoria Hospital, Barrie, 643.31 Hotel Dieu Hospital, Cornwall, 1,848.10: 

Oeneral Hospital, Cornwall, 1,307.26: National Sanitarium Hosp, Gravenhurst, 2,723.35: 
General Hospital, Rat Portage, 623.25: General Hospital, Parry Sound, 511.15: 

•General Hospital, SaultSte. Marie, 1,854.25: House of Industry, Toronto, 3662.47: 

House of Providence, Toronto, 11,085.13: Home for Incurables, Toronto, 3,339.49: 

Aged Women's Home, Toronto, 1,166.90: St. John's Hospital, Toronto, 1,010.25: 

-Convalescent Home, Toronto, 487.67: The Church Home, Toronto, 692.44: 

The Haven, Toronto, 1,683.30: Old Folk's Home, Toronto, 600.81: 

Good Shepherd & Female Refuge, Tor onto, 2, 289.47: Aged Men's Home, Toronto, 477.54: 



1901 ] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 105 



[OSPITALS AND CHARITIES.— Concluded REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE. 

House of Refuge, Hamilton, 2,284.17: Home for Aged Women, Hamilton, 794.57: 

St. Peter's Home, Hamilton, 657.30 House of Industry, Kingston, 1,055.25: 

House of Prov, Kingston 5,060 93: Home for Friendless Women&Inf'ts, Kingston, 203.65. 
R. Catholic House of Ref'ge, London, 1,854.44: Home for Aged People, London, 1,855.84: 
Convalescent Home, London, 118.58. . Home for Incurables, London, 590.17: 

St. Patrick's Refuge, Ottawa, 2,109.52: St. Charles Hospice, Ottawa, 3,130 96: 

Home for the Aged, Ottawa, 1,091.23: Refuse Branch Orphans' Home, Ottawa, 513.52: 
The Home for Friendless Women, Ottawa, 912 00: 

The Refuge of Our Lady of Charicy,Ottawa, 4,681. 10: Home for Incurables.Ottawa, 340.20: 
House of Providence, Guelph. 1,601.11: The Thos. Williams Home, St. Thomas, 554.54' 
House of Providence, Dundas, 2,978 92. Home for the Friendless, Chatham, 253.40: 

The Widows' Home, Brantford, 339 99: The Home for the Friendless, Belleville, 227- 01: 
The Protestant Home, Peterboro, 403 . 82 : The House of Providence, Peterboro, 453.53: 
Home for the Friendless, Windsor, 504.91: Home for the A.ged&Infirm, Cobourg, 214.27: 
Home for the Aged. Lindsay, 387.59: St. Paul's Home for the Aged, Cornwall, 878.85: 
Home for the Aged&Infirm, Bo wman ville, 140 . 35 : R . C . Orphan Asylum ,Toronto, 2, 170 . 90 : 
Protestant Orphans' Home, 1,429.08: Girls' Home, Toronto, 527.28: 

Boys' Home, Toronto, 606.90: The Working Boys' Home, Toronto, 245.96: 

Infants' Home, Toronto, 1,152.74: St. Nicholas' Home, Toronto, 440.28 

Rescue Home for Women, Toronto, 198.54: Children's Shelter, Toronto, 119.14: 

Industrial Refuge, Toronto, 209.00: St. Mary's Orphan Asylum, Hamilton, 712.06: 

Protestant Orphan Asylum, Hamilton, 26.06: Boys' Home, Hamilton, 475.44: 

Girls' Home, Hamilton, 211.56: Home for the Friendless, Hamilton, 315.76: 

S. A. Rescue Home, Hamilton, 113 62: Orphans' Home, Kingston, 330.08: 

House of Providence, Kingston, 514 80: Hotel Dieu Orphanage Kingston, 363.68: 

Orphans' Home, Ottawa, 470.40: St. Patrick's Orphan Asylum, Ottawa, 422.26: 

St. Joseph '8 Orphan Asylum, Ottawa, 1,120.12: 

Rescue Home & Children's Shelter, Ottawa, 62.16: Infants' Home, Ottawa, 221.62: 

R.C. Orphans' Home, London, 664.96: Protestant Orphans' Home, London, 313.56: 

Women's Ref'ge&Infants' Home,London,320.51: Rescue Home for Women, London, 354. 47: 
Protestant Home Orphanage Branch, St. Catharines, 182.22" 

Orphan Asylum, St. Agatha, 458.54' Orphans' Home, Fort William, 208.08: 

Berlin Orphanage, 82.86: House of Industry, County Essex, 4,000.00: 

House of Refuge, County Brant, 500.00 $192,23183 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter : Printing and binding report 37 60 

L . K . Cameron : Paper 11 22 

Total Hospitals and Charities , $192,280 65 



REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 

GOVERNMENT HOUSE ($10,402.58). 

Jos . Graham Twelve months' salary as Gardener and Caretaker 950 00 

Peter Carpenter Four do Assistant Gardener 150 00 

Pay lists :— Wages, carpenters, bricklayers, plumbers, laborers, etc 2,411 32 

Consumers' Gas Co : Gas, 187.87: Water Works Department: Water, 204.90 392 77 

Toronto Electric Light Co : Light current, 1,969.39 : lamps, 28 .24 1,997 63 

Knickerbocker Ice Co : Ice, 176 . 10 : F . V . Clisdell, 2 tons nut coal at 4 . 48, 8 . 96 185 06 

Wm. McGill&Co:— 

51 tons stove coal at 5 . 25, 267 . 75 : 125 tons 550 lbs stove coal at 5 . 32, 666 . 46 : 

5 tons nut coal at 5 . 25, 26 . 25 : 15 tons 1, 150 lbs nut coal at 5 . 32, 82 . 86 : 

6 tons soft coal at 4 . 40, 26 . 40 : 3 cords wood at 5 . 40, 16 . 20 : 

4 cords pine at 3 75, 15 . 00 : cutting wood, 3 . 50 : bagging coal, 8 . 53 1,112 95 

J.H.Milnes&Co: 14 tons 150 lbs soft coal at 4.15, 58.41: J.B.Smith & Sons: Lumber, 485.61 544 02 

J. Aldridge: Stone steps, etc, 29.52: Aikenhead Hardware Co: Hardware, 69.35 98 87 

Cobban Mfg. Co: Stained walnut, 92c: Jas. Robertson Co: Castings, 112.68 113 60 

Power Bros : Galvanized iron work, 90.04: base burner and fittings, 44.90 134 94 

Vokes Hardware Co Gutter, iron cover, etc, 21. 45: Shipway Iron W'ks: Bellhanging,etc,28.75 50 20 

M. O'Connor: Reglazing roof, 43.61: painting fence, 278.08: papering, etc, 135.48 457 17 

Elliott, Son & Co Pap'ring and varnish'g, 142.94: J. J.O'Hearn, p'nt'g and pap'ring. 432.10 575 04 

Expanded Metal Co ' Supplying and cutting for openings 3 25 

Fensom Elevator Co: Repairing elevator, 9.20' Toronto Elevator Co: Rep. elevator, 15. i3 24 33 

Keith & Fitzsimons Co : Cleaning picture rods, 10 . 00 : W . O . Littlef ord : Rep . crockery, 1 . 50 11 50 

Gurney Foundry Co : Castings, 11.16: Fletcher Mf g . Co : Meat safe, 9 . 00 20 16 

Dom. Radiator Co: Bolts, valves, etc, f or boil'r, 1.02: C . Rogers & Sons Co : Rentof f'rnit're,6.90 7 92 

J. & J. L. O'Malley Repairing and upholstering furniture, 67.71 rent of chairs, 12.50 . 80 21 

McDonald & Willson: Gas range, 68.00: boiler, etc, 6.40 stove, 10.00 84 40 

do Filter, grate bars, etc, 22.95* furnishings, etc, 49.70 72 65 

J. Catto & Sons: Furnishings, 32.41: Toronto Silver Plate Co: Furnishings, 16.45 48 86 

J. Leckie: Duck and tacks, 22 64 : Toronto Silver Plate Co: Repairing and replating, 16.00 38 64 

Wm. Junor: Glassware, etc, 87.95: T. Kay, Son & Co: Window blinds, mats, etc, 40.18 128 13 

Faircloth & Co : Repairing stained glass windows 30 00 



106 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



LNo. 1 



REPATKS AND MAINTENANCE— Continued. 



GOVERNMENT HOUSE-Cow. 

C. P. Industries! Ventilating apparatus, 22.00: F. B. Gullet & Sons: Marble slabs, 18.25 

Wheeler & Bain: Ventilators, etc, 43.00; tinsmithing and furnishings, 131.83 

Mullin & Muir: Papering, mouldings, etc, 424.06: Bennett & Wright Co: Shades. 5.85. . 

Rogers Electric Co: Electric light fittings, etc, 135.21: D. Pike & Co: Flags, etc, 18.00. . 
W.G. Black: Repairing flags and awnings, 46.78: Steele- Briggs Co : Seeds and bulbs, 40.36 

R.W.White: Potting soil, 6 . 00 : Jas. Kennedy: Sodding, 22.32 

M. Thomas: Gravel, 59.50: Toronto Ry. Co: Car tickets for workmen, 5.00 

P . Dalton : Clearing snow from walks, 60 . 00 : Wheeler & Bain : Clearing snow from roofs, 9 . 30 
Sundry newspapers: Advertising re fuel, 16.50: V. P. Fayle: Expenses weighing coal, 4.00 
J . Cowan : Cleaning chimnies 



NEW PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS ($33,577.98.) 



A.M. Wickens Twelve months' salary as Engineer and Boiler Inspector. 



Assistant Engineer 
Fireman 

do 

do 

do (Temporary) 

do do 

Elevator Attendant 

do do 

Hall Porter and Messenger 

do do 

do do 

do do 

Night Watchman 

do 

Lavatory Attendant 



Thomas Burns do 

R. J. Griffiths do 

John Bennett do 

S . Pears do 

D . Halley Four do 

Robt . Gore One and £ do 

Geo. W. Franks Twelve do 

M. J. O'DriBcoll .... do 

Robt . Kilgour do 

Wm . Davidson .... do 

Daniel Harrington do 

Daniel Dalton do 

Samuel Dunbar. . . do 

E. R. Lucas do 

J. W. Montgomery . do 

W. Houston Allowance as Superintendent of grounds 

Gus. Forester: Watchman, 69.30: E. A. Bishop: Watchman, 7.50 

Pay Lists :— Wages— Carpenters, Bricklayers, steamtitters, laborers, etc 

do do Dusters, cleaners, etc 

Cleaning windows :— E. A. Biehop, 60.00: Gus. Foreater, 187.05: C. McConkey, 21.00. . 

Hall porter and Messenger do 46 . 50 : do 62 . 50 

Robt. Ross.' Services re lighting bld^s, estimating and report, 55.00: Trav. exps, 14.00. . 

Consumers' Gas To : Gas, 555 93 : Water Works Dept : Water, 1,008 . 84 

Toronto Electric Light Co" Light, 4,016.81: power current, 383.00: carbons, 1.50 

Ice :— Knickerbocker Ice Co, 4 75: Crystal Ice Co, 56 10: Canada Ice Co, 209.50. .. . 

Wm.McGill & Co: Pea coal, 1,160 tons 1,675 lbs at 3.79, 4,399.42: stove: 5 tons at 5.25,26.25 

Power Bros: Gal v. iron work, 3.85: Shipw ay Iron Works: Locksmithing, 3.35 

Gurney Tilden Co : Changing locks, 21 . 56 : M . O'Connor : Lettering signs, 2 . 70 

J . J. O'Hearn : Painting, glazing, etc 

Electric supplies :— Rogers Electric Co, 35.80: Bennett & Wright Co, 27.60: 
Can. Genl Electric Co, 15.00: G. & J. Murray, 20.75: Ballard Electric Co, 1.50: 
Janes Electrical Co, 3.50 

Repairing elevator :— T. L. Hicks, 7.50: Toronto Elevator Co, 154.15 

J. E. Chester: Repg and gilding frames, 9.00: D. Startup: Repg lawn mowers, 1 65 

D. Pike & Co: Dominion flag and repairs, 15.25: C. P. Industries: Officials' clothing, 194.00 
Aikenhead Hardware Co: Hardware, etc, 142.78 The Jno. Abell Engine C: Repairs, 25c 

Vokes & McCurragh: Hardware, etc, 75c: W. Beers: Weather strips, 52.50 

Seamen, Kent & Co: Venetian blinds, 2.55: J. B. Smith & Sons" Lumber, sash, etc, 369.42 
Wheeler & Bain: Metal ceiling, 42.00: Office Specialty Co' Rubber tires on truck, 6.00. . 

Pipe, castings, etc:— Jas. Robertson Co, 323.78: H.J.Hamilton, 5.65: steam specialties,4.00 

Consolidated Plate Glass Co: Glass, 58.88: M. Walsh: Plastering, 9.25 

Nerlich & Co: Feather dust ere, 23.00: H. P. Eckhardt & Co: Soap, brooms, etc, 85.27. . 

Grant Hamilton Oil Co : Oil soap, 5 . 00 : L . K . Cameron : Toilet paper, 43 . 90 

Imperial Varnish Co: Oil *oap, 21.25: E. H. Kellogg & Co: Oil, 32.40 

Grant Hamilton Oil Co" White waste. 13.80: castor oil and coal oil, 61.50 

P. M. Lawrason: Ammonia soap, 2.60: Hooper & Co: Disinfectants, 3.20 

Hobbs Hardware Co: Disinfectants, 84.75: J. Davis & Son: Flower pots, 58.00 

Furnishings :— T. Eaton Co, 2.40: H. W. Nelson & Sons, 3.00 

Maguire Bros: Cement, sand, pipe, etc, 22.18: M. Thomas: Gravel, 84.00 

Treasurer, City of Toronto: Manure, 40.00: J. A. Simmers: Bulbs, tools, etc, 332.72. . 

E. Irving" Standard volt meter, 101.00". C. Rogers & Sons Co: Addition to pedestal, 3.00 
Clatsworthy & Co : Outside blinds, 40.00 : Gutta Percha & Rubber Mfg . Co : Fire hose, 848 . 97 
Ont . Rubber Co : Hose bands and washers, 1 . 35 : J . & J. L . O Malley '. Cl'ng and rep . rugs, 3 . 10 

Poison Iron Works : Appliances for fire protection .... 

G. Duthie & Sons: Clearing snow from roofs, 120.60: repairing roofs, 424.80. . . 

Can. Express Co: Express charges, 1.90: C. P. Ry. Co: Freight charges, 60c 

G. T. Ry Co: Freight charges, 89c: Toronto Ry. Co: Car tickets for men, 35.00 

P. J. Crotty: Trav. expenses re locks, 9.00: V. P. Fayle: Expenses weighing coal, 6 25 
Sundry newspapers : Advertising re fuel 



$40 25 
174 83 
429 91 
153 21 

87 14 

28 32 

«4 50 fa 

69 30 

19 50 

12 00 



1,200 00 

720 00 

540 00 

540 00 

540 00 

180 10 

57 00 

550 00 

550 00 

521 00 

550 00 

550 00 

550 00 

600 00 

600 00 

629 00 

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76 80 

6,673 81 

2,405 60 

268 05 

99 00 

69 00 

1,564 77 

4,401 31 

270 35 

4,425 67 

7 20 

24 25 

261 83 



104 15 
161 15 

10 65 
209 25 
143 03 

53 25 
371 97 

48 00 
333 33 u; 

68 13 i 
108 27 Lj 

48 90 J « 

53 65 

75 30 

5 80 

142 75 

5 40 



1901 ] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 107 



REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE— Continued. 

NEW PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS, EXCLUSIVE OF DEPARTMENTS ($1,462.01). 

Furniture, Upholstering, etc :— J. & J. L. O'Malley, 402.71: Chas. Rogers & Sons Co, 151.45 $554 16 

Jas. Robertson Co: Gas logs, etc, 10 . 25 " Woltz Mfg. Co: Picture frame. 1.25 1150 

A. Petersen: Framing pictures, 3.50: Mackenzie & Co Picture frames, 7.00 10 50 

W. A. Murray & Co: Carpets, 107.30: table linen, etc, 108.41 215 71 

Jno. Kay, Son & Co: Rugs, 4.00: J. & J. L. O'Malley: Linoleum, 44.44 48 44 

Knox Syndicate : Brushes, 55c : Boeckh Bros. & Co : Baskets, sweepers, etc, 15 . 95 16 50 

Nerlich & Co : Brushes, whisks, etc, 47.79 : glasses and mirrors, 4.50 52 29 

Toronto Silver Plate Co : Cutlery, 28.53: Gowans, Kent & Co : Crockery and glassware, 58.40 86 93 

Jos. Irving : Glassware, 2.40 : J . E . Ellis & Co Mirror and brush, 4 .00 6 40 

Steinberger, Hendry & Co: Maps of Ont, 30.00: Aikenhead H'dwareCo: H'dware, etc, 5.23 35 23 

Rice Lewis & Son : Hardware, 2 . 00 : knife for cleaning machine, 13.00 15 00 

Keith & Fitzsimons Co : Brass labels for shelves 6 00 

H. P. Eckhardt. Soap, shoe polish, etc 30 10 

Furnishings :— Michie & Co, 11.25: McDonald & Willson, 4.25: Fletcher Mfg. Co, 13.75: 

N. L. Piper & Son, 65c: J. R. Bond, 40c: T. Eaton Co, 3.00 33 30 

J. J. O'Hearn-. Glazing, 18.85: kalsomining, etc, 31.05. .. . 49 90 

M . O'Connor : Painting and glazing 83 80 

Davis & Henderson : Document boxes, 25 00 : J . R . Connon : Photos, 20 . 00 45 00 

J. Bruce: Group of 9th Parliament of Ontario, 85.00: Park & Co: Photos and frame, 20.00 105 00 

W. O. Littleford & Son: Riveting china, 3 00 J. Park. Cleaning clock, 50c 3 50 

Dorien Plating & Mfg. Co: Fyles and repairing, 45 50: E.J. Smith: Clock keys, 25c 45 75 

S. Dunbar: Care of clocks 7 00 

ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT, ($800.90.) 

Office Specialty Co: Document fyles, 144 00: 18 book case units, 57.00! 

metal boxes for vault cases, 291.20 492 20 

C. Rogers & Sons Co: Ash table, 16.00: office chair, 8.00 24 00 

Creelman Bros: Typewriter chairs, 13.00: J. Kay, Son & Co! screen, 10.00 23 00 

Aikenhead Hardware Co: Hardware, 9.30: C. J. Stuart: laundry soap, 1.80 11 10 

M. O'Connor: Cleaningoffio.es, 189.50: C. W.Coleman: cleaning and care of clocks, 14.35 203 85 

Walton & Co : Proof portrait " Earl Derby " 3 75 

J. Bruce. Portrait late B. B. Osier, 20.00: negative painting late Hon. A. S. Hardy, 16.00: 

2 oak frames with mats, 7.00 43 00 

CROWN LANDS DEPARTMENT, ($2,475.05.) 

Office Specialty Co: Office furniture, 90.25: document cabinet, etc, 85.50: 

metal document fyles, 1,250.00 

Bennett & Wright Co: Desk stands, 7.00: C. Rogers & Sons Co. furniture and repairs, 4.25 

J. B. Smith & Sons . Desks, book case and shelves 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co : Steel vault truck 

Toronto Type Foundry : Electrotype cabinet 

J. & J. L. O'Malley: Repg furniture, 12.85: Steinberger, Hendry & Co: map, case, etc, 36.50 

Map& School Supply Co: Map, case, etc, 33 25: D. Pike Co: awnings, 20.00 

W. G. Black: Re-covering awnings, 12.75 : Mackenzie & Co: framing photos, 3.90 

Aikenhead Hardware Co: Hardware, 20.30: J. Kay, Son & Co: carpets, 93.32 

T. Eat n Co: Carpets, 38.87: FJetcher Mfg Co: furnishings, 1.80 

Gralv. Battery Co: Repg bells and phones, 2.90. J. & J. Taylor: adjusting'lock, etc, 1.10 

Painting, varnishing, etc: J J. O'Hearn, 155.35" M. O'Connor, 95.21 

Park & Co: Photo & frame " Hon. A. S. Hardy "5.30 

J . Bruce : do do 5 . 50 

H. Capenwell: do "Hon. G. W. Ross" 6.00: H.J.Matthews: framing pictures, 2.40 

Mackenzie & Co: Framing cards, 1 .40: C.W.Coleman: care of clocks, 7 . 30 

M . Wilson : Office cleaning, 275 . 00 : supplies for cleaning, 11 . 00 

PUBLIC WORKS. ($1,349.85.) 

Office Specialty Co : Document cabinets, 107.50: Grand & Toy: Filing cabinet, 6.25 113 75 

lemington Typewriter Co : Cabinet, 25.00: Creelman Bros" Cabinet and chair, 36.50 6150 

r . B . Smith & Sons Ash tables and book ca*e, 43 . 50 : telephone box, 46 25 89 75 

3. Rogers & Sons Co: Office furniture, 494.00 E F. Kirkwood: Office furniture, 15.00. . 509 00 

.&J. L. O'Malley do etc, 1075: C.Ross Co: do 25.00.. 35 75 

). Pike Co: Awnings, 28.00: Aikenhead Hardware Co: Hardware, 2 25 . . 30 25 

Roger's Electric Co : Bell, 2 25: T. L Hicks: Bell hanging, 24 35 26 60 

. J. O'Hearn: Staining and varnishing, 17 55: Bell Tel. Co. Changing 'phone, 1.60 . 19 15 

'. Eaton Co: Carpets mats, etc, 78.54: W. Wharin, exchange on clock, I 00 79 54 

letcherMfg. Co: Furnishings, 2.00: ^ark&Co: Photos of Hen. A. S. Hardy, 10.00.. 12 00 

!.P. Ry Co: Freight charges on ch»ir, 66c: Bessie Robson, office cleaning, (Fisheries,) 96.00 96 56 

[rs. Lavery: Cleaning offices, 275.00: M. Clark: Scrubbing, 1.00 276 00 



1,425 75 


11 25 


100 00 


71 05 


25 00 


49 35 


53 25 


16 65 


113 62 


40 67 


4 00 


250 56 


10 80 


8 40 


8 70 


286 00 



108 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 

REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE— Continued. 
TREASURY ($330.24.) 

Office Specialty Co: Cabinet indexes, 4 . 84 : binding cases, 2.50: typewriter chair, 11.00 $18 34 

C. Rogers & Sons Co . Desk stool, 5 00: repairing chair, 1.25 6 25 

Adams Furniture Co: Repairing desk, 5.00: Bennett & Wright Co". Desk stand, 3.50 .... 8 50 

J. &J. L. O'Malley: Desk stand, 10.00: cleaning and laying carpet, 4.25 14 25 

Fletcher Mfg Co: Dusters, etc, 3.25: Aikenhead Hardware Co: Hardware, 5.70 8 95 

E. H. Roberts: Blacksmithing, 3.25: J . Kay, Son & Co : Rugs, 8 . 25 1150 

Park & Co: Photo and frame, Hon. A. S. Hardy, 5 00. J. J. Grassick, Auer lights, 1.90 ... 6 90 

J . & J . Taylor ; Repairing vault lock, 60c : B . Cohen : Repairing chair, 25c 85 

C.W.Coleman: Care of clocks, 12.20: cleaning clock, 1.50 13 70 

W. Wharin : Cleaning clock, 1.00: C. Amsden : Office cleaning, 240.00 241 00 

SECRETARY ($865.74.) 

Office Specialty Co : Transfer cases, indexes, etc., 58.70 : table and chairs, 26.50.' 

document cabinet, 150.00: document boxes, 35.00: shelf for desk, 1.25 ... 271 45 

T. G. Rice Mfg Co: Wire gate and guard for vault, 13.50: Victoria Safe Co: Safe, 35.00 ... . 48 50 

C. Rogers & Sons Co: Furniture and repairs 12 00 

J . B . Smith & Sons : Ash legs and tops 2 8o 

J.& J . L . O'Malley : Telephone box, 28.50 cleaning and laying carpet,6.60: repg chairs, 1.50 36 60 

Remington Typewriter Co Exchange on cabinet, 22 . 50 : stand, 2 . 00 , 24 50 

Blind Institute: Office baskets, 2.50: M. O'Connor: Tinting, oiling, etc, 57.22 59 72 

Aikenhead Hardware Co: Hardware, l.()0: D' Pike Co: Awnings, 40.00 41 00 

Bell T9I . Co : Moving buzzer, 74c : repairing buzzer, 1.53 2 27 

J. & J. Taylor, Adjusting lock, 85c: Pay lists: Wages carpenters, re partitions, 6.15 7 00 

Eby, Blain & Co: Supplies for cleaning, 3.95: A. Ryan : Office cleaning, 325.00 328 95 

E.Knox: Office cleaning, 10.00: Mrs. Gribble. Scrubbing. 1.00 1100 

Mrs. Carey: Scrubbing, 4.00: S. Amsden, cleaning vault, 3 00 7 00 

C. W. Coleman: Care of clocks, 12.20: J. P. Mill: Cleaning clock, 75c 12 95 

AGRICULTURE ($487.97.) 

Bennett & Wright Co: Desk stand, 3.50: C. Rogers & Sons & Co: Chair, 16.00 19 60 

Office Specialty Co: Typewriter desk and chair, 24.00: rolled top desk, 24.00: 

ruled cards, 2.50 : drawer cabinet, 48.60 

L. Rawlinson: Book case and repairs, 36.00: Cobban Mfg Co: Framing picture, 1.75 

R. Simpson Co: Dusters, 70c: W. A. Murray & Co : Towels, 4.00 

W. F. Maas: Hardware, 1.83: B.Cohen: Repairing chair, 85c 

Bell Tel. Co: Repairing buzzers, 1 10: J. P. Mill: Cleaning clock, 75c 

Ambrose Kent & Sons : Repairing clocks, 2.75 : T. Lynch : Towels and washing, 84c 

Mrs. Roberton : Office cleaning, 255.00 : Mrs. McNulty : Office cleaning, 2.50 

W. Robertson: Cleaning carpets, 13.00: Pay List— Wages— Carpenters re shelving, etc, 48.30 

EDUCATIONAL BUILDINGS ($7,635.84.) 

C. Rogers & Sons Co: Flower stands, 8 00: Northey Mfg Co: Duplex pump, 116 04 

Aikenhead Hardware Co Hardware, 56.90: G. Pearsall ' Hardware, 22.74 

James Robertson Co: Castings, e»:c, 62.03: C. R. Farrow: Castings, 10.50 

J. B. Smith & Sons: Lumber, etc, 195.87: Keith & Fitzsimons: Repg electric fan, 2.25. . 

Sbipway Iron Works: Repairing bells, 31.45: J. Inglis & Sons Repairing boiler, 2.35. . . 

Bell Tel. Co : Repairing buzzers, 30c : W. Roberts : Repairing flag, 1 .50 

T. Johnston' Repairing ash elevator, 1.50: E. Harris Co" Glass, T8 57 

M. Isemaji : Oiling floors, 2.75 : Toronto Floor Oil Co : Oiling floors, 7.00 ... 

Chemical Compound Co Boiler compound, 43.50' Maguire Bros .. Cement, pipe, etc,74.30. 
Keith & Fitzsimons Co: Electric fittings, 7.75: Toronto Electric Light Co ' Fittings, 25.60. 
Fletcher Mfg Co: Engineers' supplies, 11.50: A. B. McColl & Co: Engineers' supplies, 4.25. 
Furnishings:— 

McDonald & Willson, 10.12: J. Taylor & Co, 6 36: Fletcher Mfg Co, 9.50: 

T. Eaton Co, 79.35: C. T. Smith, 2.75: E. Wheeler, 4 00' Art Metropole, 96c: 

A. Jeffrey. 10c: W. O, Littleford, 10c ' Map & School Supply Co, 1.35 

C. Rogers & Sons Co: Repg furniture. 75c: Office Specialty Co" Desks, 15.00 

W. Davidson. Upholstering, etc, 845' Mackenzie and Co : Framing pictures, 7 . 50 

J.B.Thompson: Paintiner and glazing, 122.03 Charles March: Painting and glazing,366. 31 

J . W . Weaver : Steamfitting, 2 . 20 : Alex . Earsman : Plumbing, etc, 22 . 85 

J . A . Langley : Plumbing. 3 . 04 : M . Walsh : Lime whiting, 26 . 60 

G. Ringham: Galv. iron work, 80.87: clearing snow from roofs, 88.20 

W.J. McLeary : Twelve months' salary as carpenter 

Pay Lists — Wages— Carpenters, bricklayers, carters and laborers 

Toronto Electric Light Co: Light current, 161.77: Consumers' Gas Co: Gas, 146.97 

Waterworks Dept : Water ...... 

F.W.Clisdell: Coal,156tons l,2001bs grate at 4.23,662.41: 168 tons 700 lbs grate at 4.23,712.12: 

10 tons nut at 4.48, 44.80: 72 tons 500 lbs grate at 4.23, 305.58 

W. McGill Co: Coal, 23 tons 1,975 lbs soft at 4.40, 105.55' 13 cords slabs,® 3.75, 48.75: 

5 tons nut, 5.32, 26.60, bagging, 1.25: 110 tons 1,550 lbs grate, 5.10, 564.95 



99 10 


37 75 


4 70 


2 68 


1 85 


3 59 


257 50 


61 30 


124 04 


79 64 


72 53 


198 12 


33 80 


1 80 


20 07 


9 75 


117 80 


33 35 


15 75 


114 59 


15 75 


15 95 


488 34 


25 05 


29 64 


169 07 


600 0C 


1,117 83 


308 14 


698 26 


1,724 91 


747 U 



1901 ] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 109 

REPAIKS AND MAINTENANCE— Continued. 

EDUCATIONAL BUILDINGS- Con. 

James H. Milnes: Coal, 26 tons 540 lbs soft at 4.15, 109.03: 14 cords pine at 3.50, 49.00. . $158 03 

J. A. Simmers: Evergreens, 3.35: Manton Bros: Evergreen*, 8.00 1135 

T. G. Foster & Son: Plants, 4.55: W. Rennie: Seeds and plants, 81.66 86 21 

J . Davis & Son : Tree pots, 42 40 : George Pearsall : Garden tools, 5 . 97 48 37 

Gutta Percha Rubber Co: Ho?e and couplings, etc, 28.25: J. Falvey: Manure, 31.75. .. . 60 00 

J. Sercond: Sods, 2.50: M.J. Doran: Fertilizer, 20.00: C.P.R. Co: Freight, 2.24. 24 74 

C. T. Smith: Services re closing exercises, 3.00: Brown Bros: Flags, streamers, etc, 9 25 12 25 

Mason & Risch : Tuning pianos .... 15 00 

Gourlay, Winter & Leeming '. Rent of piano and cartage 10 00 

J. & J. L. O'Malley: Rent of chairs 15 00 

Gourlay, Winter & Leeming : On account purchase piano 100 00 

G. Gilpin: Supplies for cleaning, 25.00: T . Williams : Supplies for cleaning, 25 . 00 50 00 

Bella Simpson : do 25.00: L. McCorkindale : do 50.00 75 00 

Imperial Varnish and Color Co ■ Soap, 7 . 00 : J . Taylor & Co : Soap, 2.70 9 70 

L. McCorkindale : Petty payments, 2.05 : L. McCorkindale ! Paste, 5.00 7 05 

C. W. Coleman : Care of clocks, 3.00: do washing towels, 22.00 25 00 

Ambrose Kent & Sons: Care of clocks, 60.00: T. Williamson, washing towels, 13.00 73 00 

do Clock, 7.50: R. P. Powell : Clg and laying carpets, 14.55 22 05 

L. K. Cameron: Toilet paper, 14.10: Carpet Clg Co : do 15.16 29 26 

George Wright: Carting snow. 13.25: Sundry newspapers: Advertising re fuel, 27.50 40 75 

Dom Express Co : Charges, 45c : Canadian Express Co : Charges, 75c 1 20 

OLD PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS ($741.97). 

Consumers Gas Co : Gas, 93. 69 : Water Works Dept : Water, 13. 12 106 81 

Wheeler & Bain : Tinsmithing, 5.88 : F. W. Cattle : Papering, 15.00 20 88 

Forbes Roofing Co: Rep'g roofs, 8.30: C. Zahm: Rep'g Bign board and blinds, 1.25 9 55 

W. McGill Co: Coal— 1 ton nut, 5.25: 1 ton soft, 4.40: 5 tons stove, 5.32 26.60: 

18 tons nut, 5.32. 95.76: bagging, 1.25 133 26 

J. H. Milnes & Co: Coal, 9 tons 1050 lbs soft coal, 4.15 39 53 

Mrs. Chase: Office cleaning, 19P.50: James Malloy : Clg snow from walks, 80.00 275 50 

Wheeler & Bain : Clg snow from roofs, 6.60: Pay lists: W'ges carpenters, laborers, &c, 149.84 156 44 

MISCELLANEOUS ($3,670.00). 

B. O'Byrne Twelve months' salary as General Clerk of Works 1,200 00 

P. J. Crotty do Foreman Carpenter 750 00 

M. McBrearty do Foreman Plumber 1,000 00 

M. Quinn do Assistant Plumber 720 00 

NORMAL SCHOOL, OTTAWA ($4,420.60). 

Ottawa Gas Co : Gas, 103 . 60 : Water Works Department : Water, 553.22 656 82 

( Ottawa Electric Co: Light current, 23.70: City of Ottawa: Clearing snow, 31.27 54 97 

F. O'Reilly i 30 cords wood at 4.40, 132.00 : 30 cords slabs, 2 .10, 63 00 195 90 

C. C. Ray & Co: 3C0 tons egg coal at 6 70 2,010 00 

J. L. Orme & Son Repairing furniture, 1.50: Victoria Foundry Co: Castings, 32.80 ... 34 30 

Butterworth & Co: Castings, 38.41: hose, 89.61: C. H. Thorburn: Flags, 11.60 .... 139 62 

C. Ross Co: Repairing chair, 4.50: J. McKay: Painting, glazing, etc, 28.89 33 39 

Jas. White" Carpentering, 442.75: repairing locks, 15.00: lumber, 249.56 707 31 

Bryson Graham & Co: Furnishings, 65.68: A. E. Brethour Furnishings, 3.80 69 48 

Goodall Bros: Furnishings, 2.75: Graham Bros: Seeds, bulbs, etc, 17.74 20 49 

Chas. Scrim: Plants, bulbs, etc, 62.35: O. Macdonald: Supplies for cleaning, 50.00 112 35 

Susan Wall: Supplies for cleaning, 16.67: J. Graham : Xmas tree, 2.00 18 67 

J. L. Orme & Son. Piano cover, 3.00: tuning piano, 20.00 23 00 

J.J. Murphy : Repairing and clearing snow from roofs . 103 75 

Jas. Mooney : Carting ashes, etc, 60. 00' Thos. Smith : Care of clocks, 60.00 120 00 

Thop. Smith: Clocks (6), 33.00: A. M. Wickens: Travelling expenses insp. boilers, 41.35 74 35 

M. McBrearty: Travelling expenses, 20.10: Sundry newspapers: Adv. re fuel, 27.00 47 10 

NORMAL SCHOOL, LONDON ($2,103.48). 

Water Works Department : Water, 165.81 : City Gas Co : Gas, 5 40 171 21 

London Electric Co : Power current, 50 . 00 : light current, 76 96 126 96 

London Electric Co: Lamps and renewals, 124.60: Royal Electric Co: Binding posts, 1.00 125 60 
Bowman & Co: 155 tons 1,990 lbs. egg coal, at 6.40, 998.36. 2& cords wood, at 6.00, 15.00 

T"7 2£ cords slabs, at 4 .50, 11 25. 1,024 61 

E. Leonard & Sons: Grates, 3.90: Westland Bros: Painting and glazing, 10.39 14 29 

O. B. Graves: Framing plate glaes, 19.90: C. T. Smith' Bronzing pictures and stands, 29.95 49 85 

Park & Co. Photo of Sir Wilfred Laurier, 5.40: MacKenzie & Co: Framing pictures, 16.00 21 40 

J. Sussex: Repairing barrow, 65c: Hobbs Hardware Co: Garden tools, 6.25 6 90 



110 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 

REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE— Continued. 

NORMAL SCHOOL, LONDON- Con. 
Furnishings : — 

j. _ E. N. Hunt, 16.90: M. Masuret & Co, 3.90: Anderson & Nelles, 1.00 

u i London Hardware Co. 10.80: W. C. Robertson, 25c 

J. A. Simmers : Seeds, 52,60 : A. Mclnnis : Seeds, 35.00 

J. Gammage & Son : Tulips 6.00: W. McPhillip«: Rent of piano and cartage, 8.00 

W. D. Taylor: Tuning piano, 1.50: Mrs. R. Macfie: Cleaning rooms, 11.25 

Geo. Gregory : Carting ashes, 23.75 : do Washing towels, 8.73 

City of London : Use of sewer for drainage 

Sundry newspapers : Advertising re fuel 



SCHOOL OF PRACTICAL SCIENCE ($4,425.12). 

Pay list : Wages, carpenters, plumbers, laborers, etc 

A. J. Bennett: Acting fireman, 14.52 : Consumers Gas Co : 371 07 

Toronto Electric Light Co : Light current, 107.05: power current, 81.36 

Water Works Department, 140. 50: V. P. Fayle: Expenses weighing coal, 3 00 

F. V. Clisdell : 10 tons nut coal at 4.48, 44.80 : 5 tons egg coal at 4.48, 22.40 

Wm. McGill Co ' 17 tons 1,225 lbs.egg coal at 5.25, 92.47 . 20 tons 725 lbs.egg coal at 5.32, 108.33: 

25 tons 1,125 lbs egu coal at 5.10, 130.36: 10 tons nut coal at 5 32, 53.20: 

149 torn 1,400 lbs. grate coal at 5 10, 764.32: 4 cords wood at 5.40, 2L.60: 1 cord pine, 4.20: 

cutting, 2.00 

W. O'Connor: Painting and glazing, 157- y4: J. J. O'Hearn: Paint, 1.50 

G. Ringham: Repairing roof, 4.50: Power Bros: Galvanized iron work, 32.99 

Shipway Iron Works: Iron work, 1.80: Aikenhead Hardware Co: Hardware, 9.44 

Dominion Radiator Co * Heating supplies, 5.04" J as. Robertson Co: Castings, 44.41 

Grant Hamilton Oil Co: Floor oil, 40.00: J. B. Smith & Sons: Lumber,door,sash,etc,61.62 

Swan Bros: Furnishings, 7.00". Fletcher Mnfg. Co: Furnishings, 15.90 

John Kay, Son & Co Repairing blind, 50c: C. Rogers & Sons Co: Furniture, 32.35 

J. & J. L. O'Malley: Window shades, 197.83 - S. S Moss: Repairing clock, 1.50 

Rice Lewis & Son : Dominion ensign, 21.50 : hose, 4.50 

Sundry women: Scrubbing, 12.50: Mrs. W. J. Graham: washing towels, 13.30 

W. Wanty : Cartage, 5. 75 : J. E. Berkley-Smith : Ground rent, 925.00 

Sundry newspapers '. Advertising re fuel 

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE AND FARM ($8,194.91). 

Guelph Light and Power Co : Light 

Gray Oil Co: Oil, 11.18: • wood, 2 cords, 10.40 

Castner,Curran& Bullitt: R.&M.coal.335| tons at 4.00, 1,343.00 : 602 tons 100 lbs at 3.50, 2,107.20 

Guelph Cartage Co: Cartage on coal, 296.11: Coll. of Customs: Duty chgs. on coal, 512.64 

Elias Rogers Co: Stove coal, 7 tons 500 lbs at 5.20, 37.70: nut, 21 tons 700 lbs at 5.20, 113.62 

Castings, repairs, etc :— W. Sunley, 17.75: A. Robertson & Son, 31.59: Keid & Ross, 37.05: 
Goldie & McCulloch, 53.75: H. & D. Sallows, 29.75: D. McKenzie, 2.89: 
J. McConnell, 41.30: Jas. Robertson Co, 38.61: John Crowe, 21.43: J. Algie, 50c: 
Thos. Foster, 5.30: Jas. Morrison Brass Mfg. Co, 22.40 

McLean & Dawson .* Repairing motor 

Dodge Mfg. Co: Rope,202.54: T.F.Grant: Awnings, 17-50 

Hardware, glass, etc :—G. B. Morris, 209.87: J. M. Bond & Co, 52 . 18 

R. Stewart: Lumber, sash, etc, 64 24: Schultz Bros: Brick, 1.50 

J. Hoheuadel: Insect cases, 32.00: J. A. Tovell: Harness and repairs, 40.80 

H. Metcalf : Harness and repairs, 2.75: G. Beattie: Harness and repairs, 14.50 

Eureka Mineral Wool Co : Pipe covering and waste, 26 . 13 : cord, belt, lace, etc, 2 . 15 

Electric Compound Co: Compound, 15.16: J. Groom: Locksmithing, 4 15. 

Painting, paper, etc :-T. A. Cornie, 58 60: R. Barker, 3 00: Geo. Dick, 8.03.... 

W. F. Fizer: Cleaning chimneys, 6.00 Geo. Duncan: Whitewashing, 40.80 

R. W. Philips: Plumbing, 10.15: Van Tuyl & Fair bank: Plumbing for deep well pump, 67.00 

M. O'Donell Work in boiler room, etc, 86.25 : R. W. Yates : Work at sewage, 3.00 

A. Green: Work at sewage, 14.50: A. Peskett: Work at sewage, 14 50 

A. R. McGeachy: Carpentering, 4 00: F. Foster: Rep'g chimney and range, 10.11 

W. Welker* Rep'g blackboards, 12.16: R. Barker: Cleaning and laying carpets, 4.05 

W. Scrimgour: 31 pair clubs, 15.50: E. R. Bollert: Blankets, spreads, etc, 27. 57 

D. E. Macdonald & Bro: Curtains, towelling, etc, 14.12: J. Kay, Son & Co: Carpets, 78.02 

Furniture :— J. Davidson, 61. 75: Can. Furniture Co, 66.65: 
Bennett Furniture Co, 2.00: Laughlin Stubbs, 6.00: J. Hoodless & Son, 2.50: 
T. Eaton Co, 89.35 . 

Crockery, glassware, etc : —J. A. ftfcCrea, 74.31: Go wans, Kent & Co, 6.80 

Furnishings :— Geo. Williams, 3.75: J. A. McCrea, 136.83: Alex. Stewart, 48.83: 
G.B.Ryan & Co, 113.55: A Rumford, 32.65: J. B. Snider, 3.00. McColl Bros. & Co, 41.10: 
T Eaton Co, 3.00: E.R. Bollert & Co, 1.75: Mahoney Bros, 15c: Blind Institute, 7.25: 
D E. Macdonald & Bro, 52.54" C. Clendenning, 2.25: Bell Telephone Co, 20c: 
W. C. Goetz, 9.20 C. Kloepfer, 10c* T. J. Day, 3.00: Wood's Fair, 5.85: 
R. Mitchell, 35.70: Commercial Oil Co, 13.95: A. B. Petrie, 1.25: S. S. Sugden, 2.80: 
C. L. Nelles, 70c: Art Metropole, 1.82: W. McGuin, 1.30: Waters Bros, 60c: 
R. Simpson Co, 18.75: H. A. Wilson Co, 4.00: Burr Bros, 25c: 
W. Sunley, 6.25* Cray Oil Co, 4.36 556 73 

Poultry Dept: Feathers, 2.05: G. D. Pringle: Alarm clock and repairs, 3.25 5 30 



$32 85 


87 60 


14 00 


12 75 


32 48 


330 08 


52 90 


850 07 


385 59 


188 41 


143 50 


67 20 


1,176 48 


159 44 


37 49 


11 24 


49 45 


101 62 


22 90 


32 85 


199 33 


26 00 


25 80 


930 75 


17 00 


1,373 90 


21 58 


3,450 20 


808 75 


151 32 


302 32 


32 23 


220 04 


262 05 


65 74 


72 80 


17 25 


28 28 


19 31 


69 63 


46 80 


77 15 


89 25 


29 00 


14 11 


16 21 


43 07 


92 14 


218 25 


81 11 



1901 ] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. Ill 

REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE— Concluded. PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 
AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE AND FARM-Cow. 



Savage & Co: Repairing clock, 50c: Bank of Commerce* Charges on drafts, 4 99. 

>C.P. Ry. Co: Freight charges, 4.40: G. T. Ry. Co Freight charges, 4.40 

'Can. Exp. Co: Express charges, 7.00: Dom. Exp Co: Express charges, 1.10 

A. M. Wickens : Travelling expenses, inspecting boilers 



5 49 
8 80 
8 10 
8 00 


660 00 

360 00 

2,428 86 

872 85 
20 65 



OSGOODE HALL. ($8,737.08.) 

Terence Cunerty : Twelve months' salary as Engineer , 

O. Sendell ; do fireman 

Pay lists : Wages carpenters, plumbers, bricklayers, laborers, etc 

Consumers' Gas Co: Gas, 725.04: Waterworks Department: Watsr, 147.81 

Knickerbocker Ice Co : Ice 

Wm. McGill & Co - 111 tons 1,855 lbs. grate coal at 5.25, 58763: 2 tons stove at 5 25, 10.50: 
29 tons 1,615 lbs. soft at 4.40, 131.30: 324 tons 500 lbs. grate at 5.10,, 1,653 68: 

4 tons stove at 5 32, 21.28* 4 tons bagging, 1.00: ^cord hardwood, 2 70: 

\ cord cutting, 25c 2 cords pine, 8.40* 2 cords cutting, 1. 00: 

18i cords hardwood, at 5.40, 99.90: 16£ cords cutting, 8.25: 6 cords pine at 4.20, 25 20: 

6 cords cutting, 3.00 2,554 09 

F. V. Clisdell : 51 tons 100 lbs. grate coal at 4 23 215 94 

J. H. Milnes & Co: 64 tons 600 lbs. soft coal at 4.15 266 85 

J. B. Smith & Sons : Lumber, 28.75 : Power Bros .* Galv. iron work, 224.85 253 60 

Keith & Fitzsimons Co : Castings, 12.25 : gas fittings, etc. , 8.90 21 15 

James Robertson Co : Castings, 129.83: Gurney Foundry Co : Castings, 3.00 ... 132 83 

Shipway Iron Works: Locksmithing, 11.30: T. L. Hicks, Locksmithing, 6.00 17 30 

J. J. O'Hearn : Painting- . . 532 56 

Aikenhead Hardware Co*. Hardware, 18.50: Independent Oil Co: Boiler compound, 36.69. 55 19 

Maguire Bros : Sewer pipe, brick and cement, 69 42 : W. Junor : Crockery, 7.00 76 42 

T. Eaton Co: Carpets, etc., 140 82: C. Rogers & Sons Co: Furniture, 98.65 239 47 

J. & J. L. O'M alley : Repairing furnitnre and cleaning carpet* and rugs 200 16 

Furnishings: McDonald & Willson, 21.35: J. T. Wilson, 39.66: Hargreaves Bros., 1.45: 
G. H. Cooper, 11.35: J. Catto & Son, 12 00: Imperial Varnish Co., 28.91: 

Wheeler & Bain, 5 75 120 47 

W. S. Allward* BuBt, Sir G. Burton, 37.50: Seamen, Kent & Co: Venetian blind, 16.30.... 53 80 

W. G. Black. Re-covering awnings, 11.50: J. E Ellis Co: Care of clocks, 7.00 18 50 

W. Alexander. Care of clocks, 15.50: May Robinson: Scrubbing and cleaning, 172.50 .... 188 00 

C. Sutherland: Scrubbing and cleaning, 160.45: Sarah Holland: do 3.75 ... 164 20 

Forbes Roofing Co : Clearing snow from roofs, 103.20: J. Murphy: Carting ashes, 13.20 116 40 

T. N. Hopkins: Cleaning chimneys, 10.85: Toronto Railway Co.* Car tickers for men, 5.00. 15 85 

Sundry newspapers: Advertising, refuel, 35.94: V. P. Fayle: Expenses, weighing coal, 6.00 41 94 

9,627 08 
Less refund for heating and lighting 890 00 

8,737 08 



Total Repairs and Maintenance , $91,68132 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 

ASYLUM FOR INSANE, TORONTO, ($496.78.) 

J. F. Hanrahan: Services re cold storage, 9.95: Geo. Ringham: repairing roofs, 386.83. . 396 78 

J. H. Lof tus : On account cementing roof, main building 100 00 

Renewals, Furniture, Furnishings, Etc., ($2,484.25.) 

Petwrboro Mattrass Co: Mattrasses, 652.25: T. Eaton Co: Carpet, felt, etc, 91.89. 744 14 

J. Kay, Son & Co: Carpets, felt, etc, 30.50: R. Hall & Son: Carpets, 167.25 197 75 

C. Rogers&Sons Co: Furniture, 128.56: C. P. Industries: Blankets & wrappers, 712.50. 841 06 

R. Fair & Co: Quilts, carpets and rugs, 224.15: A. W. Cressman: Curtains, 132.15 356 30 

J. Macdonald & Co: Quilts, 168.00: W. Shaunacy *. Gravel, 177.00 345 00 

ASYLUM FOR INSANE, MIMICO, ($395.97.) 

Westinghouse Electric Manufacturing Co : Electrical appliances 46 34 

Canadian General Electric Co : Arc lamps 301 00 

J . F. Hanrahan : Services re cold storage 48 63 



112 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS— Continued. 

ASYLUM FOR INSANE, MIMICO- Con. 

Renewals, Furniture, Furnishings, Etc., ($3,629.03.) 

Brown Bros! Trees, 150.00: A. McDonald: Lumber, shingles, etc, 489.45 $ 639 45 

J. B. Smith & Sons : Lumber, 308.73 : H. Butwell ■ Brick, 176.00 484 73 

J. Maloney & Co' Cement, 110.00: Dom. Radiator Co: Iron pipe, radiators, etc, 162.76. . 272 76 

Gumey Foundry Co: Furnace, 28.08: C. Wilson & Son: Weigh scales, 166.30 . 194 38 

H. Heather: Galvanized iron work,30.00: Can. Gen. Elec. Co: Wire, cord, lamps, etc, 267.17 297 17 

Gutta Percha & Rubber Mfg Co: Belting. 23.56: Ont. Wind Mill Co: Windmill, 115.00. , . , 138 56 

Jas. Robertson Co: Closets, 86 00: Keith & Fitzsimons Co: Bath, 44.25 130 25 

R. McCaasland: Leaded lights, glass, 20.25: Aikenhead Hardware Co : Filter, 56.70 76 95 

W. H. Petrie : Supplies for machinery, 30.00: engine and boiler, 250.00 280 00 

do Spark arrester, 25.00: cartage, 3.50: Singer Mfg Co: Sewing mach., 35 00 63 50 

C. Rogers & Sons Co: Furniture, 389.49: J. Kay, Son & Co: Carpets, curtains, etc, 529.79 919 28 

Mackenzie & Co : 100 framed artotypes 132 00 

ASYLUM FOR INSANE, LONDON, ($15,891.60.) 
Cold storage :— 
Kernahan & Ferguson: Lumber, posts, etc, 445.47: S. Gillies & Sons: Sawdust, 9.00: 

Hoskin & Mallock : Iron work, 19 35 : Jas. Reid & Co : Hardware, 34.25 508 07 

Less J. F. Hanrahan : Services charged in 1900 57 06 



451 01 
Infirmary : — 
G. H. Belton & Co: Lumber, 107.13: Kernahan & Fergnson' Lumber, 471.71: 
W. Gerry: Window and door frames, 184.00: W. J. Craig: Lumber, 516.78: 
A. Bennett & Sou: Stone sills, 435.76: Alex. Johnston: Brick, 4,212 63: 
J. W. Cawrse: Lime, 8 L8. 87: Jas. Anderson : Gravel, 10.00: 
Welford Bros: Scaffold, ropes, etc, 114.77: W. A. Sage: Scaffold poles, 27.50: 
Hobbs Hardware Co: Nails, 26.40: paints, oils, etc, 58.27: 
Jas. Reid & Co: Paints,oils,hose,etc, 129.93: W. Stevely & Son: Repairing roof, 289.31: 
W. v tevely & Son : Contract slating and gravelled roofing, 900 00 : 
J. A. Stewart: Services overseer, 50.00' Pay list, wages men employed, 6,952.13: 
Jos. Connolly: Services as Draughtsman, 52.00: R. P. Fairbairn: Trav. exp, 33.15: 
F. R. Heak.s: Trav. exp, 41.70: A. SL Wickens: Trav. exp, re electric light, 8.55 15,440 59 

Renewals, Furniture, Furnishings, etc. ($3,764.39). 

Main Building— W. Stevely & Son : Metallic ceiling 499 40 

North Building, Airing Court : — 

W. J. Craig: Lumber, 110.00: Geo. H. Belton: Lumber and posts, 337.50: 

Hanrahan & Ferguson: Lumber, etc, 238.45: Geo. Taylor & Son: Hardware, 31.30 717 25 

Flag Staff:— 

Goold, Shapley & Muir Co' Steel flag staff, 187.50: Jas. Anderson: Pine pole, 46.00: 

Wm. Gerrie: Oak pieces, 4.60: Jas. Reid & Co: Set irons, rope, etc, 31.50 269 60 

Tramway :— E. Leonard & Sons Rails, etc 40 01 

Steam Pumps :— E.Leonard & Sons: Pumps, 175.00 : E.H.Russell: Valves, 730 • 182 30 

Fire Protection : — 

J.H.Herrick: Fireextinguishers,144.00: GuttaPercha&RubberM'f'gCo. Firehose,226.0U: 
Kerrigan Hardware Co: Iron pipe, 204.47.' hydrant, 60.00: engineer's tools, 46.00' 
cement pipe, etc, 170.40 850 87 

Repairs Steam Boilers :— 

E. Leonard & Sons : Tubes, rivets, etc, 43 38 : time of men, 40.90 84 

Garden Fence : — 

W. J. Craig: Lumber and cedar poets, 207.70: Jas. Reid & Co: Wire netting, etc, 203.02 410 72 

General Repairs : — 

J. McLaughlin: Brick, 5889: Jas. Anderson' Gravel, 20.00: 
E.H.Russell&Co:Closet,15 00: lead pipe, etc, 16. 07: SingerM'f 'gCo : Sewing machine, 35. 00: 
D. Moore & Co' Agate kettles, 24.00: Thos. Gillean: Clocks, 15.00: 
Jno. Ferguson & Sons: Furniture, 234.00: O. B. Graves: Pictures and frames, 250.00: 
D. W. Blackwell: Rckers, 42 00 709 96 

ASYLUM FOR INSANE, HAMILTON. ($2,611.22.) 

Boilers, etc :— 

Poison Iron Works: Smoke pipes, 105.00: E.Dickson, Jr: Brick, cement and lime, 91.50* ' 

Pay list, men employed, 64.41 : M. McBrearty : Travelling expenses, 3.30 264 21 

Electric Lighting, Bells, etc : — 

Hamilton Electric Co" Balance contract wiring, 1,020.00: installation, wiring, etc, 3P.70: 

Electric Supply Co: Fittings, etc, 62.64: A. M. Wickens: Travelling exp, 14 20. . . 1,132 54 

Alterations to boilers, steam mains, etc : — 

Adam Clark: Castings, etc, 622.52: men's time, 585.83: 

M. McBrearty: Travelling expenses, 2 80 1,211 If 

Cold Storage :— J. F. Hanrahan ." Services 3 3f 



1901] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 113 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS— Continued. 

ASYLUM FOR INSANE, HAMILTON-Con. 

Renewals, Furniture, Furnishings, etc. ($2,919.94). 

Ontario Wind-engine & Pump Co : Repairing closets, basin tank, etc $95 00 

Geo. Frid & Co: Repairing walks, sand, etc, 19.50: Jas. Robertson Co: Closets (30), 750.00 769 50 

Hubert Jones & Co: Hotel range, 220.00' steam jacket kettle, 140.00 360 00 

Middleton Marble & Granite Co : Marble, tile, slabs, etc 1,496 00 

Hy. Huber Co : Sanitary appliances 199 44 

ASYLUM FOR INSANE, KINGSTON ($7,991.59). 

Electric Ligbt Plant :— 

J. H. Breck: Contract wiring, 2,015.00: account extra, 400.00: electric fixtures, 600.00: 
Can. General Electric Co: Contract, 4,238.00: fittings, 23.30: 
McKelvey & Birch' Steam fittings, 108.75: valves, pipe covering, etc, 239.74: 
Thos. Clugston: Masonry foundations, 66.00: Smart-EbyCo: Duplex pumps, 175.00: 
A. M. Wickens: Traveling expenses, 86.30: F. R. Heakes: Trav. exp, 11.50 

Cold storage— J . F. Hanrahan : Services 



7,963 59 

28 00 


127 50 
476.96 
98 10 
37 30 
25 60 



Renewals, Furniture, Furnishings, etc ($765.46). 

F. Partridge: Contract wire guards, 51.00: Bramhall, Deanefe Co: Food car, 76.50 

Elliott Bros: Contract metallic ceilings, 320.96: cement, 156.00 

Collector Customs: Duty, 23.10: M. Kirkpatrick : Pictures, etc, 75.00 . . , 

F. A. Folger : Cartage, 1,30: Ont. Paving Brick Co: Brick, 36.00 

Grand Trunk Railway : Freight on brick , 

ASYLUM FOR INSANE, BROCKVILLE ($1,107.21). 

Cold storage— J. F. Hanrahan : Services in constructing 287 00 

General Repairs :— 

R. H. Smart: Wire guards, etc, 444.48: Jas. Robertson Co: Bath fittings, 262.40: 

JohnMcCaw: Lime, 9 00' McCaw & McGrath: Lime, 3.53: 

Peter Dwyer' Bricklaying, 63.00: B. O'Byrne: Travelling expenses, 10.70: 

W. Houston: Travelling expenses, 15.00: M. McBrearty. do 12.10 820 21 

Renewals, Furniture, Furnishings, Etc. ($2,591.87).- 

Alterations to Cottages : — 

RathbunCo: Lumber and lath, 134.23: John McCaw: Lime, 16.04: 

R. H. Smart: Cement, hardware, etc, 215.40: A. G. Dobbie & Co: Wire, naiis, etc, 28.24 393 91 

New Fence : — 

Geo. Barclay: Building fence and mason work, 120.51: W. S. Everetts: Sand, 3750: 
G. Kilborn. Sand, 5.00: R. B. Easton: Repairing tools, etc, 58.27: 
R. G. Olmsted : Iron fence and gates, 551.97: C. P. Railway: Freight, 16.15 789 40 

Dormitories : — 

Rathbun Co: Lumber, 12.83: R. H. Smart: Cement, iron, etc, 332.31: 
Chap. Mcliee: Hastering, 68.00: J. B. Rouse & Co, cylinder washer, 310.00: 
C. P. Railway Co: Freight, 7.24 730 38 

General repairs :— 

A.G.Dobie & Co: Paint, etc, 67.95: R.H. Smart: Iron pipe, valves and cement, 126.13: 

J. J. March: Desk and bookcase, 10.00: I. tt. Bach: Organ bench, 77.50: 

Peterboro' Mattrass Co: Mattrac-s and pillows, 342 00: 

Lewis & Patterson, quilts and sheeting, 54 60 6781 3 

ASYLUM FOR IDIOTS, ORILLIA ($7,500.00). 

Renewals, Furniture, Fubnishings, Etc. 

Cold storage :— 

J. F. Hanrahan: Services, 6 62: Eureka Refrigerator Co: Plans for system, 118.90: 
Robt. Main: Galv. iron work, 88.25: MacNab Bros: Rope, cement and hardware, 39.41: 
E. Long Mfg. Co: Castings, etc, 15.20: J. R. Eaton: Lumber, etc, 36.94: 
S Pomeroy* Lumber, etc, 11.40: A. Tait: Lumber, etc, 8.00: 
A. Jamison: Carpentering, 49 95 A. Harvie: Carpentering, 14.40: 
J. A. Saunders: Carpentering, 127.00: R. Mainer' C irpentering, 10.00: 
J. Ross : Repairing ice carrier, etc, 11.00 537 07 

Water system : — 

Jas. Peat & Sons. Balance contract sinking well, 702.00: A. Tait: Lumber, 134.93: 

S. Pomeroy: Lumber and sash, 18 80: A.R.Williams Machinery Co: Rentof engine, 25.00: 
NortheyCo: Artesian well pump, 958. 50: Jas Robertson Co : Iron Pipe,castings,etc,48.63: 
VanTuyl & Fairbanks : Drive piles, 16.40: Rice Lewis & Son: Pipe-grate valves, etc, 127. 35: 
E. Long Mfg. Co*. Castings, 5.50: Canadian Foundry Co: Castings, 23.85: 

8 P.A. 



114 PUBIIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 



PUBLIC BUILD1JSGS— Continued. 

ASYLUM FOR IDIOTS, ORILLIA-Cow. 

Renewals, Furniture, Furnishings, Etc.— Con. 

A. Harvey: Masonry, 7.50: A. Blair: Masonry, 39.30: A. Campbell: Masonry, 36 00" 
J. A. Saunders: Carpentering, 65.40: A. Jamison: Carpenterioer, 3.50: 
C. Salter: Labor, 40.00 J. Simons: Paintiner, 13.50: H. Clare: Lime, 6.25: 
MacNab rtros: Cement, etc, 49 95: painting, 14.45: S. Watson'. Brick, 15.00: 
Northey Co: Power heads and duplex pump, 1,664.17: Can. Express Co: Charges, 5.50: 

Can. General Electric Co: Screw pump, 970.00: G. T. Ry: Freight charge-, 7.68 $1,999 16 

Electric lighting :— 

Canadian Wood Specialty Co : Casings, 33.29: J. Simons: Painting, 40.50". 

Can. Gen. Electric Co: b witches, wire, etc, 219.90: G. T. Ry: Freight charges, 4.48... 298 17 

Steam boilers : — 

B. H. Montgomery : Asbestos, air cell covering 270 00 

General repairs : — 

Robfc. Miner" Contract verandah roof, 38.00: J. G. Longman: Lime, 23.00: 
J. Simons: Painting, 162.75: Stewart & Wood: Paints and oils, 125.39" 
Fahbanks & Co: Oil filter, 22.43: Jas. Morrison Brass Mfg. Co: Castings, 27.60: 
Jas. Robertson Co: Castings, 81.31: J. Paterson & Co: PlumbiDg, 60.70: 
MacNab Bros: Cement, 53.75: A.Taiti." Lun ber, 14.90" T.Eaton Co: Mattrasses, 182.40: 
Ness, McLaren & Bate: Fire alarm, 274 23: G. T. Ry. Co: Freight charges, 24.14.... 1,095 60 
T. J. Muir : Accountable 300 00 

CENTRAL PRISON, TORONTO (812,785.90). 

Renewals, Furniture, Furnishings, Etc. 

Warden's residence :— 

C. Rogers & Sons Co: Furniture, 60.00: Valuating furniture, 10.00 70 00 

Store house : — 

Ont. Paving Brick Co: Brick, 271.00: John MaJoney & Co: Fire brick, lime, <-tc, 77. 60: 

Graham Nail Works: Wire nails, 32.70: Metallic Roofing Co: Skylights, 110.00 491 30 

Greenhouse and shops : — 

Young & Co: Sash drors, etc, 186.01." J. B. Smith & Sons: Lumber, 968.11: 

J. Maloney & Co: Fire brick and lime, 132.94: Maguire Bros: Fire brick and clay, 196.93: 

Ont. Paving Brick Co: Prick, 9.50: Jas. Robertson Co: Pipes, castings, etc, 282.78: 

Turn bull & Bussell Co: Freight elevator, 330.00: Automatic grates, 60 00: Labor, 5.00: 

Stewait & Wood Glass, 166 90: Hobbs Hardware Co: Trucks, 9.50: 

Forbes Hoofing Co" Contract, felt and gravel roof on binder shed, 320.00: 

John Good & Jennings: Cordage machinery, 2,708.11: 

A. R. Williams Mfg Co: do do 48.60: 

Laminar Fibre Co: do do 450.00: G Reid & Co: Woolen mach, 209. 00". 

Can. Gen. Elec Co." Cable, 9.60: Gurney Foundry Co : Steam range and boilers, 312.50: 

Poison Iron Wc rks, on account, 2 tubular boilers, 4,000.00 10,405 38 

Chapel : — 

McGregor and Mclntyre: Re columns and truss plates, 48.60: 

J. Maloney & Co: Stone and lime, 126.25: 

Page & Co: Cut &t^ne, masonry, and rent of derrick, etc, 517.25: 

Graham Nail Works" NailP, 11.60 703 70 

J. F. H anraham ". Services re cold storage 3 32 

General repairs — 

Ja°. Morrhon Br»«R Mfe Co. Oa<-tings, etc, 86.43: Jas. Robertson Co: Pipe, etc, 149 90: 
J. J. Gartshore: Iron rails, 136.25" Glen field & Kennedy: Meter, 48.35: 
The Robert Mitchell Co: Sprinkler", 75.60: Fairbanks Co: Oil filter, 22.43: 
R. Simpson Co: Wall paper, 4.24: Jos. Connelly: Services as Draughtsman, 176.00." 
Pay lists: Wages, bricklayers, 413.00 1,112 20 

ANDREW MERCER REFORMATORY FOR FEMALES ($5,712.11). 

Renewals, Furniture, Furnishings, Etc. 

Structural alterations and repairs : — 

J. B. Smith & Sons* Lumber, etc., 661.57: Met.Roofing Co: Ceiling squares, etc., 284.69: 
Stewart & Wood: Paints, brushes etc., 454 48: Dom. Radiator Co: Radiator, 133.79: 
J. Patterson & Co " Basins,pipe & pi'b'g,645.37: Aikenhead H'd'reCo: Hardware, 74. 28: 
J. F. O'Brien: Iron tank, 80 00: D. Johnson: Locks and irons for doors, 69 40: 

Geo. Meadows Co: Wire guards, 8.74: Jas. Muldoon: Cement, lime, etc, 155.60 

R. Whillans. Gravel and sand, 42.60: Carleton Brick Co: Brick, 7 50: 

Chas.F.Rees&Co: Deflectors forchim ,28.00 Jones Moore Elec. Co : Inst'gphonep,76.75: 
M. P. Warren. Brick oven, 70.41: Ja3. Robertson Co: Bath, closets and slab?, 493.52: 
Pay lists: Wages, carpenters, laborers and bricklayers, 2,067.51: 

C. P. Industries. . Hospital beds, 201.75. . C. Rogers & Sons Co: Furniture, 86.20: 
Can. Feather & Mattnss Co: Mattresses and pillows, 66.63 

J. F. Hanrahan : Services re cold storage 



1901 ] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 115 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS— Continued. 

INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB, BELLEVILLE ($4,260.59). 

Boiler house and new boilers :— 

Marks & Kenthom: Moving and setting up boiler, 102.25: ironwork, 141.17: 
Jas Robertson Co Injection valves, pipe?, etc, 143.56: Eur. Min. Wool Co: Cov'g,25.63: 
H. Mclninch: Wages as steamfitter, 47 50: G. T. Railway Co - Freight, 11.83: 
Canadian Express Co: Charges, 50c: T. Pay: Cartage, 3.25: 
M. McBrearty : Travelling eApenses, 85.17 560* 86 

Main building : — 

Elliott bros: Pl'b'g supplies, cl set, etc ,1,153.39: Jas. Robertson Co: Bath fit gs,131.20: 
H. Mclninch: Steam fitting, 195.00' B.Campbell: Steam fitting, 134.75: 
B. Thompson: Laborer, 12.00: W.Turner: Painter, 29.00: 
Wm. Mi ihie: Castings, 6 20. J. W. Walker: Pipe, etc., 49 50. 
Elliott Bros: Account plumbing, 417.77: Thos. Hanley: Carpentering and lumber ,118.88: 
S. Sidley : Plastering, etc, 103.00 2,350 69 

J. F. Hanrahan : Serviced re cold storage 6 62 

General repairs : — 

Thos. Hanley: Stone,brick, cement and labor, 471. 92: Wm.McGhie: Castings,etc.,446.74: 

M. McBrearty: Travelling expenses, 111.26: Thos. Stanley : Smoke stack, 312.50. . 1,342 42 

Renewals, Furniture, Furnishings, etc. ($1,350.61). 

S. Sidley: Cement walk, 260.00: W. McGhie: Galv. iron plate warmers, 150.00 410 00 

C. B. Scantlebury : Wail paper, 15.75: do Steam kt ttle, 80.00 95 75 

Luxfer Prism Co: Panels set with prisms, 47.50: R. Templeton & Co: Paints and oils, 185.41 232 91 

J. W. Walker: Nails and white lead, 37 25: Scarfe & Co: Varnish, 60.00 97 25 

A. M. Pringle: Lumber, 141.83: Rathbun Co: Lumber, 122.87 264 70 

W. Turner: Painting, etc 250 00 

REFORMATORY FOR BOYS, PENETANGUISHEXK, ($2,121.52.) 

Renewals, Furniture, Furnishings, Etc. 

Cold storage :— 

J. F. Hanrahan : Services 3 32 

New dock, coal bin, fencing, etc :— 

E. Beausoliel cedar, 909.01: G. H. Wright: Rope and pulleys, 44.28: 

C BeckMfgCo: Lumber, shingles, etc, 100.84 1,054 13 

Deputy Superintendent's house : — 

C. A.Nettleton" Contract papering and painting, 58 78: Jap. Robertson Co: Bath, 40 00 98 78 

Warden's house :— 

C. A. Nettl^ton" Contract papering, 60.0O: M. A. Gendron: Bath and closets, 112.00 172 00 

General repairs : — 

C. A. Nettleton: painting and papering, Chaplain's house, 15.18: 

Jas. M- rrison Brass Manufacturing Co: Castings, etc, 499.59' 

Rathbun Co' Cement, 18 00: A. Tessier: Lumber and lime, 16. 15 : 

W. West: Brick, 8.00: Pay list: Wages of men, 236.37 793 29 

v 
BLIND INSTITUTE, BRANTFORD, (${.463.85.) 

Addition to main building :— 

Schultz Bros. Co: Contract. 1,239 50: T. A. Cowan: Contract plumbing, 897-00: 
G. W. Bloomfield Contract heating, 260 00: Royal Elec. Co: Ex. of motors, 102.55: 
London Electric Co' Contract wirirjg, 225.00" removing switch, 1.84: 
Allen Electric Co: Wiring, 15.10: J. A. Ritchie, painting, etc, 272.20 3,013 19 

1, F. Hanrahan : Services i e cold storage 3 32 

jren*ral repairs : — 

Schultz Bros. Co: Building verandah, Bursar's house, 125.00: 

do Doors, lumber, etc, 47.55: Gurney Scale Co: 6 ton wagon scale, 175.00: 
Turnbull, Howard & Co : Galvanized iron and trough, 46.74 394 29 

Travelling expenses : — 

A. M. Wick^ns, 13 00. M. McBrearty, 17.30 B. O' Byrne, 5.25: 

F. R. Heakes, 5 40' ' H. E. Moore, 4.70: R. P. Fairbairo, 7.40. ., 53 05 

Renewals, Furnitdre, Furnishings, Etc., ($1,193.35.) 

Jchultz Bros. & Co: Reflooring, etc, 145.55; furniture. 48.90 194 45 

Vl. E. Long: Furniture, 41.40: T. A. Noble: Painting walls, etc, 30 00 71 40 

»eo Strachan! Plastering, etc, 66.50: York Laundry Machinery Co: Starcher, 36,00 102 50 

N. F. Babcock: Mattresses, 250.00: Heintzman Co: Piano, 575.00 825 00 



116 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS -Continued. 

COBOURG ASYLUM FOR FEMA.LE PATIENTS ($41,852.20.) 

General construction account:— 

Joseph Connolly : service* as Draughtsman 

Pay lists— men employed 

Trav. expenses of workmen' J. Spencer. 1.75: J. Sullivan, 7.00 

Brick, etc: Crowhurst Bros, 1,277.41: M. Jex & Co, 96 50. W. T. Allen & Co, 145 56' 

H. Hall, 192.45 

'lime: G. Spence, 210.28: G. Thompson, 13.83 

Cement, tile, etc: Geo. Plunkett, 53. 42: Can. Portland Cement Co, 212.50: 

G. Thompson, 51.75: H. Hall, 17.85 335 52 

Lumber, sash, screens, etc: Hendersun Bros, 1,528.90: Geo. Thompson, 1,97174: 

Gilmour& Co, 91.70: J. B. Smith & Sons, 46.50: J. Western, 1.00 3,639 84 

W. J. Maher: Gravel, 3 00: Appleby & Daly: Plaster, 2.60. ... 5 

Hardware, paintp, oils, etc: John Havden, 606.09: carpet, felt), etc, 96.00: 

W. L. Allen & Co, 406.19 '. 1,108 2* 

Castings : Jno. Inglis & Sons, 7 00: Jno. Abell Eng. Co, 10.00: Jas. Robertson Co, 9.00: 

Geo. Plunkett, 264.45: W. R. Whitelaw, 50.98 34145 

Iron work, tools, etc: Crossen Car Mfg Co, 45.42: W J. Collings, 88.45 133 87 

Cyclone Grate Bar Co: Grate bars, 225.00: Chmo Bros: Trough, 216 56 441 56 

Blacksmithing: Wm. Ward, 14.97: A. Lachapelle, 3 10 18 07 

D. Kerwin: Manure, 1.50: J. P. Vick: Rent of derrick, 12.00 13 5C 

Cobourg Granite Works: Use of truck, 8.00: Geo. Thompson: Coal, 6.50: 

rent of waggon, 3.50 18 0C 

Cobourg Water & Electric Co' Water, 6.66: galv. valve, 7.25: 

water for brick, cement floors, etc, 36.86 50 77 

Registrar, Northumberland: Fees, 1.49: Est. W. Doheny: Ute of scrapers, 20.00 21 4£ 

(rPriPT'fiil (ylfirlc or Works Oflficft * — - 

B. O'Byrne: Allowance for board, 137.14 G. N. W. Tel. Co: Telegrams, 11.27 ... 'I 

Bell Tel. Co: Messages and rent of phone, 23.30: Can. Exp. chgs: Exp. chgp, 11.55. 34 85 

G. T. Ry Co: Freight chgs, 5.40: J. McDonell: Cartage, 1.50 6 90 

Clerical assistance. M. A. O'Byrne, 13.00: E. M. O'Byrne, 3.00 16 00 

J. Nixon: Stationery, 8.50' B. O'Byrne: To pay postage and rent of box, 6.50 15 00 

J. Batton: Repairing flag ' 76 

Robt. Rennie & t^on ' Contract s'ating and galv. iron work 1,355 86 

Keith & Fit zsimons Co: Contract electric light wiring,350. 00: Can.Gen.Elec.Co: Lamps,45.00 395 00 

W. R. Whitelaw: Contract pipe and fitting, 175.C0: R. Callan: Cement floors, 730.50. . 905 50 

F. Dolan. On acct contract plastering, 2,430.00: Climo Bros: CoLt metal ceiling?, 600 00 3,030 00 

Pedlar Metal Roofing Co: Metal ceiling material for Climo Bros 822 24 

Elliott Bros: On ac't cont plumbing M.Bg, 1,980. 00: Powers & Co: Cont stm ftg M Bg,l, 900.00 3,880 00 
E. A. Wallberg: On acct cont heating M.Bldg, 1,170. 00: J.Dempster: (2)bakers' ovens, 750.00 1,920 00 

Raney, Selby & Co : Tanks, pans, etc for water supply 774 74 

Treas. Town of Cobourg : Construction of sewer 2,000 00 

Hon. Geo. A. Cox : Kinal payment on site and site for Superintendent's residence 6,000 00 

W. J. Huston' Photos of Asylum 3 75 

Trav. expenses: V. R. Heakee, 60 75: R. P. Fairbairn.-7.25 M. O'Donell, 109.50: 
A. M. Wickens, 77.90: T. Burton, 5.10 B. O'Byrne, 5.35: M. Quinn, 5 70: 
W. Edwards, 5.50: M. McBrearty. 71.70 348 7f 

Renewals, Furniture and Furnishings, etc. ($10,488.88.) 

J. J. Turner & Sons : Dominion ensign 11 70 

Furniture: Office Specialty Co , 339.00. C. Rogers & Sons Co., 1,807.00: 

D. Belleghem, 424 00: M. McFadden, 191.50 2,76150 

Peterb ro Hardware Co: Furni-hings, 138.85. C. P. Industries: Beds, blankets, etc., 1,940.30. 2,079 15 

Hamilton Asylum: Bedding, 169.52: Peterboro Mattrass Co: Mattraspe=>, pillows, etc., 268.87 438 39 

R. Hall & Son: Carpets, 148,95: Empire Shade Cloth Co: Shade cloth, 172.18 321 13 

Sir ger Mfg Co : Sewing machines, 90 00: Clarke & Gibron : Clocks, 85.80 175 80 

Robertsou Bros : Crockery, glassware, etc 503 46 

Gurney Fdry Co: Ranges, steameis, kettles, etc 1,633 00 

Can. Ldry Machine Co : Laundry outfit 2,502 15 

M. P. Warren : Platform scales, 8.00: bread trough, ebc. , 54.60 62 60 

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE AND FARM, GUELPH. ($26,838 02.) 

Cold storage :— 

J. F. Hanrahan: Services and expenses, 130.29: R.Stewart: Lumber, 351.14 4814 

G. B, Morris: Hardware, 81.49: Geo. McAllister: Sawdust, 7.00 88 49 

W. Bishop: Sand, 2.00: M. O'Donell Carpentering, 22.75 24 75 

Laboring M. O'Donell, 14.18: G. Crowley, 18.38: J. H. Williams, 19.25 51 81 

Bell Tel Co Messages, 90c : T. Foster: Masonry, 3.00 3 9 

College alterations : — 

G. B. Morris: Hardware, 301.64. J. M. Bond & Co: Hardware, 211.31 512 96 

Castings: Ja?. Morrison Brass Mfg Co, 188.5^: Jno.Crowe, 2.80: Jas. Robertson Co, 77.29: 

A. Robertson & Sons, 19.78 

Guelph Pavement Co: Pavement, 33.26: R.Stewart: Lumber, 668.98 

Blankets: E. R. Bollert & Co., 49.00: D. E. Macdonald & Bro., 35.00 



$754 81 


364 60 


505 25 


479 20 


355 17 


209 79 


15 69 


120 11 


406 27 


59 70 


26 98 


8 50 


595 69 


37 15 


27 27 


390 47 


361 63 


14 80 


385 16 


214 53 


189 20 


205 88 


2L 37 



1901 1 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 117 

' TUBL10 BUILDINGS— Continued. 
AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE AND FARM, GUELPH— Con. 

G.B.Ryan & Co: Linoleum, quilts, blankets, etc, 341. 46: C. P. Industries' Hospl beds,413 35 

Jno. McLane: Lock boxes, 280.00 Coll. of Customs: Duty charges, 84.60 

Can. Office Furniture Co: Desks, 45.00: file cas*, 70 00: furniture, 390.25 

J. Davidson: Furniture and mattrasses, 399.10 Office Specialty Co: Furniture, 80.10. 

J. J. Mahoney : Contract lathing and plasteriog 

J. A. Cornie : Papering and painting, 148.30 . Geo. Dick : Painting, 61.49 

Eureka Mineral Wool Co: Packing, cement, etc, — 

A. Rumford" Ventilators, repairing roof, etc, 106.31: A. Stru^hers, Chairs, 13.80 

Guelph Light and Power Co: Labor and supplies, 23.24: Pay list: Men employed, 383 03. 

A . Green : Services as Steamfitter, 59. 25 : C . P. Ry. Co : Freight charges, 45c 

G.T. R. Ry. Co: Freight charges, 25.68: Can. Exp. Co* Express charges, 1.30 

Dom. Exp. Co: Express charges, 50c: Guelph Cartage Cj: Cartage, 8.00 

Boiler house, etc. : — 

Jas. Robertson Co : Valves, pipes, castings, etc 

H. J. Hamilton : steam beams, etc 

Thos. Foster : Masonry, 24.75 : J. M. Bond & Co : Sewer pipe, 2.52 

Cyclone Grate Bar Co : (2) sets bars, 270.00. R. Stewart: Lumber, 120.47 

T. F. Grant: Repairing well buckets, 2 00: Pay lists: Men emp'oyed, 359.63. 

New Poultry House : — 

Thos. Foster* Cut stonp, 2 80: masonry, 12.00 '.. 

Stephens, Jackson & Co: Blackboard, 8.09: H. A. Clemens & Co: Lumber, 377.07 .. 

G. B. Morris Hardware, 98.12 R. Stewart: Lumber, 116.41 

J. M. Bond & Co: Pipe, etc, 28.08: J. Morrison Brass Mfg. Co: Castings, 161.12. . . . 

Pay list: Men pmploved, 63.28: Metallic Roofing Co Roofing, 142.60 

G. T. Ry. Co : Freight charges, 9 37 : H. Black & Co : Coops, 12 00 

New Building, Heating, etc. :— 

Waterous Entire Works Co: Contract, steam boiler.*, 2,071 00: tanks, etc, 71.89 .... 2,142 89 

Castings: Jae Robertson Co, 118 35: Jas, Morrison Brass Mfg. Co, 34.84: 

City of Guelph, 4.38 157 57 

J. M. Bond & Co: Pipe, fire bricks, etc, 326.04: 

Gartshore, Thompson Pipe Co : Pipe, 147.75 . 473 79 

J. Crowe: Pipe, 18.53: W. Sunley : Galvanized iron puis, etc, 147.00 165 53 

Furniture: Office Specialty C-». 1,163 75. Can. Office & School Furniture Co, 1,112.50. 2,276 25 

J. Cormack, Jr: Fire extinguishers, 24.00: L. Striebig: Digging and filling drains, 12.00 36 00 

M. O'Brien: Digging drains, 29.25: M. O'Donell: Carpentering, 9.00 38 25 

Toronto Pressed Brick Co: Brick, 72.00: Guelph Iron & Steele Co. Fire brick, 29.78 101 78 

L. McMelty : Masonry, 12.23 Jos. Moorhouse: Cartage 1.60 13 83 

Waters Bros: Stationery, .30: G. T. Ry. Co Freight charges, 27.44 27 74 

C. P. Ry. Co: Freight charges, 18.00" Guelph Cartage Co: Cartage, 11.30 29 30 

Physical & Biological Laboratories : — 

Thos Irving: On account, contract construction, 10,620.00: 

Sundry newspapers: Advertising for tenders, 425.50: 

Jas. Morrison Brass Mfg. Co: Castings, 88.66: 

Mineral Wool & Asbestos Co : Mineral wool, 101.90 , 11,236 06 

Apparatus, etc., for laboratories : — 

Chandler & Massey, 224.37: W. O. Stewart, 25.00: Eimer & Amend, 289.41: 
A. Rumford, 27.9V Auer Incandescent Light Co, 8.89: Gurney Foundry Co, 10.00: 
BalUrd Electric Machinery Co, 378.08: Reynolds & Son, 4.50* Rice Lewis & Son, 2.75: 
H J. Green, 85.05 Burr Bros, 6.50 : Negretti & Zambra, 66 77 : Waters Bros, 13.69 : 
Whitall, Tatum Co, 44.61: Laughlin & Stubbs, 12.00: J. Sharp, 8.00: 
W. Walther, 94 32 M. V. Slingerland, 17-34: Gowdy Mfg. Co, 3.25: 
J. B.Colt & Co, 24. 50- Stephens, Jackson & Co,147 73: Guelph Light & Power Co, 9 4. 30: 
Collector Customs: Duty, 24.65* G. T. Ry : Freight charges, 1.00 1,614 66 

General repairs r — 

Waterous Engine Works' Pumps, 108.00: J. M. Bond & Co: Iron pipes, 42.63: 
Jas. Morrison Brass Co: Castings, 8.45: C. P. Industries: Hospital beds, 48.40: 
Tolton Bros: Sand, etc, 1.5u: Map & School Supply Co: Rheostat), 10.00: 
Office Specialty Co: Desk and chair, 37.00: Foster & Rundle: Bricklaying 27.14: 
T. Rundle: Repairs to engine room, 12.00: C. P. Ry. Co: Freight charges, 30.48: 
G. T. Ry. Co: Freight charges, 11.23: Canadian Express Co. Charges, .40: 
Dominion Express Co : Charges, .40 337 63 

Postmaster : Postage, .41 : B. O'Byrne : Allowance for board, 65 71 66 12 

R. W. Green : Allowance for board 2 00 

Travelling expensps : — 

P. J. Crotty, 13 70: B. O'Byrne, 3.10: F. R. Heakes, 16.25: Jas. Mills, 19 84: 

R. P. Fairbairn, 37.30: A. M. Wickens, 18.20: H. E. Moore, 23.00 131 39 

NORMAL SCHOOL, TORONTO ($202.53.) 

ieo. Ringham : Ventilator, pipes, etc, for closets 41 83 

iikenhead Hardware Co: Gratings, .60: A. Gardner & Co: Concrete walks, 96.10 96 70 

f. B. Smith & Sons: Two flight steps 64 00 



118 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS— Continued 

NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS, OTTAWA ($4,128 27). 

New Boilers :— 

W. J. Campbell: Contract steam br.ilerp, 1,475.00: excavating, etc, 94.67: 

Cyclone Grate Bar Co: Grate bars, 202. 50: H.Gillmor: B'ld'g side of boiler house,&c,92.97 $1,865 1 

Stone fence : — 

H.Gillmor: Balance cont'ct, 805 00: J. Mconey: Superintending erection of fence, 50.C0 855 G 

General repairs : — 

Capital Planing Mill: 2 book cases, 100.00: lumber, carpentering, &c. 53.55: 

Dom. Bridge Co: Iron beams. 59.05: Can. Office Furniture Co: Chairs, &c, 14.90: 

Butterworth & Co: Iron pipe, valves, and making connections, 947.20: 
F. R Heakes: Travelling expenses, 20.60: R. P. Fair bairn: Travelling expense?, 58.65*. 
A. M. Wickens : do 60.60: M. McBrearty: do 23.45: 

D. Hedley Sodding, 70.13 1,408 1 

NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS, LONDON (810,323.04). 
Construction :— 

J. Purdom: Lumber, carpentering, hardware, etc, 161.21: storm sash, 378.00". 

furnishings. 417.05: balance contract, 355 99 to pay night fireman, 75 00: 

half cost office pup. for Clerk of Works, 37.50: cont'ct gallery in science r'm, 382.00: 
balance contract steam heating, 496.19: contract atticp, east & west wings, 2, 007. 00 4,319 9' 
Equipment: — 

Rogers Electric Co; Cont'ct electric fittings, 834.00 wiring. 9.94: installing pendants,4 00: 
J. Purdom: Lumber, hardware, etc, 18.85: furnishings, 71.25" granotine for floors, 273.15: 
Dennis Wire&Iron Works Bicycle holders, 10.80: Chandler&Massey: Microscopes, 262. 00: 
Can. Office Furn. Co: Opera chairs,842. 10 Hobbs H'dw'reCo: Nozzles, washers, &c, 2. 84: 
Steinberger Hendry Co: Electrical and physical apparatus, 648.82: 
James G. Biddle do 55 00: 

M. Stevely & Son: Gavanized ironwork, pipe, etc, 38.78: zinc screens, 28.00". 

Cyclone Grate Bar Co: Grate barp, 101.25: Gould Bros: Brackets, 47.00 

E. Leonard & Sons: Stationary boiler, 635.00: putting in foundation, 25.00" 

labor and fittings, 32.34: " smoke conductor, 40.00' 

Alex. Burnett & Son: Bricklaying, etc, re boiler, 329 38: Smith Bros: Plumbing, 328.30. . 4,637 8( 
Grounds : — 

Silica Barytic Stone Co: Cement walks, 684 32: J. Purdom: Pl«nk walks, 109 45: 
Hobbs Hardware Co: Hose racks, couplings, etc, 2*^3.40: J. Ready: Sodding, 5 00: 
J. McArthurs: Hire of teams re grading, etc, 122 75: manure, 2.00: 
Pay lists Wages laborers, 155.24; G. W. Rennie: To pay carfares and postage, 2.74: 
R. P. Fairbairn: Trav exps. 23.60: A. M. Wickens: Trav exps, 610: 
F.R.Heakes: Trav exps, 10.70 1.375 3< 

SCHOOL OF PRACTICAL SCIENCE ($4,257.60). 

J. B. Smith & Sons Lumber, fl ig poles, etc, 124 59: drawing tables, 212.50 337 

Robb & Kay: Galvanized iron work, 12.40: Dominion Radiator Co: Radiators, etc, 71.20 . . 83 6( 

(t. M. Bryan Contract ventilating west room, 83 00: J. E. Ellis Co: Clocks, 6.25 89 21 

Apparatus, etc, for laboratories : — 
W. J. Loudon, 143.00: A. G. Leslie & Co, 9.85" J. Iredale, 25.00: Est, J. Walker,8 00: 
Shaffer & Budenburg,67.50 : H. J. Green, 36.45: Chandler & Massey,17 00 : 

Tamson & Mercer, 62.30: Max Kaehler & Martins, 86.67: George Schmidt&V.D.Eltz, 100.83: 

Weston Elec. Co, 328.50: W. Hamilton Mfg.Co,110.00 : Eimer & Amend, 696.19 : 

Warmbrunn Quilitz&Co,20.51: James Foster, 58.45: Keith, Fitzsim's Co, 31.50 : 

Hartmann & Braun,125 50: W Sellers & Co. 25 00: J G. Bi die, 36 50 : 

Keuffel & Es*er Co, 59.00 : Can. Gen Elec. Co, 22.00: H. F. Sharpe & Co, 91.70 : 

Reichle Bros. Machy Co.344.75: Dr H. Rohrbeck, 92.80. M.G.Brktow & Co,125.00: 

A. T. Thompson & Co, 114.75: Rice Lewis & Son, 41.60: PeltonWtr.Whl.Co,16000: 

Robinson & Heath' Brokerage, freight t»nd exp. charges on apparatus, 116.81 3,157 G 

Office Specialty Co : Oak cabinet 50 w 

J. Galbraith: Travelling expenses of self, C. H. Wright and F. R. Heakes to U. S. and cities 

in Ontario re plans for new buildir gs ^0 ™ 

OSGOODE HALL ($3,950.00). 

R. Murphy: Plastering rooms in basement as per tender 57 

M. Walsh: Plas'ering re new lavatories, 83.70: Power Bros: Gal v. iron work, 54.59 J*J 

J. J. O'Hearu' Contract painting libraries and corridors . •• ' «« « 

Wheeler & Bain: Metallic ceiling in new labatories, 14.00: Dom. Radiator Co. .Radiators, 19. 80 

J. & J. L. O'Malley: Shad-p, brackets, etc, 26.90: Aikenhead Hdware Co" Hdware, 8.45 35 3 

J. B. Smith & Sons: Lumber, etc, 112.20. J. Aldridge: Contract addition to vault, 629 16. 741 d 

Keith & Fitzsimons Co: Pendant, 4.10: Dom. bridge Co" Beams, 32.60 ^S 

Rice Lewis & Son: Cementing and oiling floor, 444 40: Pay lists: Wages men, 453.15 .... 897 D, 

McDonald & Willson : Gas range, heater, etc 47 H 

NEW PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS ($1,316.89). 

Rogers Electiic Co: Electric wiring and supplies q^q a 

, J. B. Smith & Sons: Oak arch, etc , 164 89: book cases, 184.00 ^» » 

Wheeler & Bain: Ventilation pipes, etc, 38.55: J. J. O'Hearn: Kaisominincr, 6.85. . . . ...... 45 « 

Grant Hamilton Oil Co: Finishing corridor floors, 400.00: M. Walsh: Plastering, 9.45. ... 409 41 

Pay list" Fitting up room bisement, 46.13: J. F. Utnrahan: Srvcs cold storage, 21. 00 o< i 



1901 J PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 119 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS— Continued 

DISTRICT OF ALGO Ml ($3,861.01.) 

Court House, Gore Bay :— 

James Patton Services Clerk of Works, 318.00: Pay lists: Wages men, 1,397.71 * 

S. Clark: Brick, 29.70" W. Burns: Stone, 191.00: S. Cobourn: Sand, 24.00: 

W. Burns: Timber, 104 29: Geo. Burns: Lime, 29.32: F. W. Hewitt ' Lime, 9.00: 

W. Badgers: Lime, 20.00 S. Kendrick: Lumber, 33 00: N. R. Smilh: Li.ne, 29 89: 
S Kendrick: Lime, 10 00: Wilson Bros: Lumber, 190.82: 

W. Thorburn: Brick, sills, lintels, etc, 133.71. N. Buchanan" Blacksmithing, 36.68: 

J. & J. Taylor: Vault doors, etc, 180.00: Wm. Thorburn: Tools, 49.10: 

C. Rogers & Sons Co: Furniture, 58.10: Gurney Foundry Co: Furnace, 375.00: 

R. P Fairbairn: Trav. exp, 16.35: Merchants Dock Co: Freight and dockage, 34.65.... 3,270 32 

Lock-up, Blind River :— 

J. Allen: Brick, sand, lime, etc. 5.05: N. & A. Dymenf Shingle?, 22.00: 
T. A. Craig Brick, sand, lime, etc, 4.80.. F. Braithwaite: Hardware, 1.90: 
Hawkins Bros: Turpentine, 40c. C. Mathie: Ironwork, stone, etc, 56.00: 
Clinton Bros: Window frames, etc, 23.92: C. P. Railway Co: Freight charges, 4.08: 
M. Macdnnell: Travelling ,xpenses,34.20: J.Scott: Board of men, 41.00: 
Pay lists: Wages men, 309 24 502 59 

Lock-up, Little Current :— 

Robt. Muphitt : Drilling well, etc 88 10 

DISTRICT OF THUNDER BAY ($110 00). 
Robertson & Leadbetter : Pa ; nting Court-house and Gaol,Fort Wi liam 110 00 

MUSKOKA DISTRICT (.$421.62.) 

Court House, Bracebridge : — 

John Inglis & Sons: Plates, bolts etc. for iron ceiling and cells, 195 GO. 

Rice Lewis & Son: Padlock*, 12.09: J. H. Copeland: Wall lock, 2.25: 

C P Industries: Beds, blankets, etc, 31.90: G. T. Railway: Freight charges. 7.83: 

Geo. Buntin: Cartage, 1.25: Ge>. Mills: Cartage, 13.90: Can. Express Co: Charges, 40. 264 62 

Court House, Huntmville : — 

H. Moore: Contract painting, 150.00. pointing stone, 3.00: 

Geo. Mills: Carting earth, 4.00 157 00 

PARRY SOUND DISTRICT ($3,163.37.) 

Addition to Gaol, Parry Sound :— 

R. Crockford: Carpentering, 15 75: Thos. Ernes: Plastering, 32.72: 
Gil espie & Grier: Brickwork, 269 38: carpentering, 2.90: 
McKinley Wood & Lumber Co: Lumber, 173 94 : Parry Sound Lumber Co Lumber, 37 62: 
Wm. Canfield: Cedar posts, 25.00: Wright Bros Co: Lumber, etc, 64.03: 
Estate, Wm. Peter: Lumber, 100.26 G. G. Gladmao: Cement, hardware, etc, 126.79: 
Conger Lumber Co: Lath, 7 50: J. Argue: Sand and lime, 29 25: teanr'ng, 9.75: 
•T. & W. Bregg: Lime, 5.00 T. J. McGowan &Co: Trough, etc, 26.40: 
J. Mo-rish: Hooks, bu*ts, washers, «tc, 56.29: Gurney Foundry Co: Furnaces, 260.09: 
H. H. Wolton: Painting & glazing,7 1.10 Jas. Patton: Clerk of Works, services, 465.00! 
Pay Lists Wages men employed, 533.95: F. R. Heakes - Travelling expenses, 31.10: 
Jas. Patron: Travelling ex oenses, 36.65: F. Montgomery: Teaming, 6 65: 
J. Waddell: Teaming, 1 50 Ottawa, Arnprior & Parry Sjund Ry: Freight chga, 25.83: 
Can. Atlantic Ry: Freight charges, 6.11 2,420 47 

Court House, Parry Sound : — 

C. P. Industries: Beds, blankets, etc, 150.45: cell grates, window guards, etc, 550.87: 
E Crockford: Fixing up bed«, 4.50: Wm. Beatty: Painting and plastering, 13.58: 
L'ght & Power Dep't . Installing light, 24.50 742 90 

NI PISSING DISTRICT ($471.22.) 
Court House, North Bay : — 

Jas. Robertson Co: Boiler, etc, 13.22: McDonald & Hay: Coal oil stove, 8.00 21 

Lockup, Thornloe : — 

C. A. Marwahn : Contract 450 

DISTRICT OF RAINY RIVER ($90.10.) 
Gaol, Fort Francis : — 

Jas. Hastie: Cedar posts, 20.00: W. Floyd: Doors and sash, 41.80: 
Wells Hardware Co: Hardware, 2.00" do Lumber, etc, 13.05: 
C. P. Industries: Bed, mattrass, etc, 13.25 90 10 

REFORMATORY *OR BOYS, OXFORD ($96.00.) 

J os. Connolly : Services as Draughtsman 96 00 

Total Public Buildings $194,607 99 



120 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 



PUBLIC WORKS. 

MUSKOKA LAKES WORKS ($911.49.) 

Bridge at Bala :— • 

T. Burgess : Contiact timber, 368.59 : W. Carr: Timber, 10.00 $378 59 

J. Burgess: Spikes, etc, 10.79: B. R. Mowry & Son: Bolts, etc, 3.07 13 86 

Estate, J. T. Young : Cement, 11.25 : Rathbrn Co Cement, 30 50 41 75 

Pay Lists: Wages men, 411.12: J. F. Finney: Board of self and postage, 26.97 . . 438 09 

T. Walters: Travelling expenses 13.30: do Travelling expenses, 19.90 33 20 

Muskoka & G. B. Navigation Co: Freight charges 6 00 

PENINSULA CREEK ($2,253 83.) 

A. S. Smith* Timber. 98.40: J. Whitesides: Timber, 1,022.78 1,12118 

H. Taylor: Stone and teaming, 38.00: B. R. Mowry and Sons: Bolts & washers, 5.19 ... 43 19 

White Bros: Cement, 1*26 75: Bolts, rope, etc, 41.43. . 168 18 

Can. Foundry Co: Ironwork, etc, 9.22: J. Wright: Blacksmithing, 8.55 17 77 

F. Percival : Teaming, 2.00 D. Kernaghan : Teaming, 10.50 12 50 

H.Taylor: do 21.75: J. E. Fisher: Supplies, 15.74 37 49 

do Lumber, 9 00 : Can. Express Co : Charges, 3.35 12 35 

Huntsville&L. of B. Nav. Co: Towing, 10 00: Freight charges, 12.30 22 30 

T. Walters: Fares of men, 24 75 : Travelling expenses, 21.45 46 20 

Mrs. H. Taylor: Board of men, 114.00 V. Kent: Board of men, 6.50 120 50 

A. Mills: Travelling expenses, 7.80: Freighc charges, 4.60' Stationery, etc, 1.25 13 65 

Pay lists : Wages men employe! 638 28 

BEAR CREEK ($1,617.52.) 

J. J. Hunter: Timber, etc, 38.24' A. Graham : Timber, etc, 218.37 256 61 

A. J. Hunter: do 465.79: J. M. Lyons: Dynamite, 12.50 478 29 

McLennan & Co : Bolts, spikes, etc, 60 . 72 : L. Downey : Supplies, 5 . 20 65 92 

P. A. Barr: Supplies, 38 12: Mrs. J. W. Gould : Supplies, 44 45 82 57 

A. Primeau : do 25 90 ' R. C. Hadley : Blacksmithin*, 2.50 28 40 

S. 8. Hadley: Rent of stove, 1.00: W. J. Barnes: Teaming, 1.00 2 00 

I. B. & O. Ry: Freight charges, 1.83: G. T. Ry. Co: Freight charges, 3.35 5 18 

A Mills: do 10.75: Fares men, 6.55: Travelling exp., 12 80 30 10 

G. Wait: Board of men, 18.55: T. Walters: Travelling expenses and disb'ts, 27.20 45 75 

Pay lists : Wages men employed 622 70 

MAGANETAWAN SWING BRIDGE ($2,049 10 ) 

J. McLachlan: Lumber, 11.58: G. Rose: Lumber, 20.42 32 00 

J. Schade : Contract timber, 706. 37 : Can . Foundry Co : Drift bolts, 29 . 86 736 23 

Aikenhead Hardware Co: Bolts and washer?, 60.85' J. McCrae. Castings. 31.05 91 90 

J. C. Maclachlan: Blacksmithine, 18.35' Hilliou & Clark: Bolts etc, 9.70 28 05 

W. King: Hardware, oil, etc, 25.28: B. Miskle & Co: Saw, etc, 7 55 32 83 

James Finney: Services Foreman, 50 00; A. Walton: Use of sww. etc, 35.75 85 75 

J. McKinnon: Board of men, 197.00: J Bink: Board of men, 4 25 20125 

J. McGinn: do 3 85 W. O'Neil: do 185 5 70 

Pay lists: Wages men employed, 732.88: A. Wells: Travelling expenses, 4 05 736 93 

T. Walters: Travelling expenses and disb'ts, 55.05: A. Mills: To pay fares of men, 2.15. 57 20 

G. Delurey: Travelling expenses, 11.10: A. Wells: do 4.80. 15 90 

D. B. Best: Freight charges, 8.86: A.Mills: do 5.25. 14 11 

Can. Express Co: Charges, 7.50: M. & P. S. Ry. Cd: Fares of men, 3.75 1125 

MADAWASKI RIVER ($4,913,13.) 

Robinson Bros Lumber, etc, 52 41 : J. O' Byrne: Lumber, etc, 4.00 .. 56 41 

L. J. Burnett: do 1112: J. D. McRae: Contract timber, 1,226.16 1,233 28 

T. Pink : Hardware, 50.13 : Moler & Ryan : Hardware, 5.20 55 33 

Alex. Ross: do 12 30: Can. Foundry Co: Spikes and bolts, 90.71 103 01 

F. Grozhlays: Rope. 13.12: Ham. Bridge Co: Contract bridge, 2,205.00 2,218 12 

J.Ryan' Board of men, 65.13: J. O' Byrne: Board of men, 18 . 57 83 70 

W. A. George : Teaming, 40 . 00 : P . Maddigan : Taking care of timber, 10.00 50 00 

J.Brady: Services examining and measuring timber. 15.00: Payli-tta: wages men, 977.37. . 992 37 

R, McOallum: Travelling expenses, 32.15' R. H. Paterson: Travelling expenses, 20.40 . 52 55 

T. Burton: do 32.30: Alex. Ross: do and disb'ts 32.06. 64 36 



1901] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 121 



PETEWAWA RIVEIi ($3.254 79 ) 



Pembroke Lumber Co! Lumber, 69.20: Dunlop & Co: Hardware, 22.42 

Skinner & Ryan ' Paints, 75c : do Cement. 478.50 . . 

F. Mclnerney: Tools, 5.00: Hamilton Bridge Co : Contract 1,72 L. 25 

T. Pink: Fares of meD, 14.40: Meals of men, 1.50: Hardware, 7.10 

Alex. Ross: do 13.00: do 5 75: Trav. exps. and disb'ts, 30.97 

A. Mills: Freight charges, 1 08: Travelling expenses, 3.95 

A. Brennan. Board of men, 42.33: R. H. Paterson: Teaming, 3 00 

R. McCalJum: Travelling expenses, 63.20: D. McDonald: Teaming, 9.25. 



T. Burton: do 13.80: C. P. R. Tel. Co: Message, 25c. 
Pay lists : Wages of men employed , 



timber sold 



$91 62 


479 25 


1,726 25 


23 00 


49 72 


5 03 


45 33 


72 45 


14 05 


772 59 


3,279 29 


24 50 



STURGEON RIVER ($2,314.37). 



3,254 79 



Shearer & Brown Co: Timber, 173.90: J. W. McFarlane: Timber, 986.08 1,159 98 

Toronto Bolt & Forging Co Drift bolts, 62.45: J. H. Jessop Teaming, 8.00 70 45 

M. Laroque: Teaming, 73 34: C. P. R. Co Charges, 10.60 83 94 

Joseph Finney . Board of men, 16.65 : R. Mills . Board of men, 12.00 28 65 

Mrs. J. Jessop' do 17.50. J. Pearson: Trav. exp. and disbursements, 51.95.. 69 45 

M. C. 0' Donell : Trav. expenses, 18 40 : Pay lists, wages men, 833. 35 851 75 

J.Finney: do 12.15: J. Pearson: Services Foreman, 38.00 50 15 

TO REMOVE OBSTRUCTIONS FROM NAVIGABLE STREAMS ($302.58). 

Pay lists, wages men, 271.25: Mrs. A. Burk: Board of men, 12.00 283 25 

Alex. Ross : Trav. expenses and disbursements 19 33 

MILL CREEK ($500.00). 

Treasurer Township Longueil, grant 500 00 

PORTAGE DU FORT BRIDGE ($5,000.00). 

Receiver-General of Canada to assist in re-construction of bridge 5,000 00 

GULL AND BURNT RIVER WORKS ($2,112.98). 

Kennedy & Dunford : Timber, 90.52: Craig & Austin : Timber, 46.03 136 55 

Hahburton Lumber Co : Timber, 449 03 : Supplies, 78.55 527 58 

R. McCormack: Lumber, 92.19: J.G.Edwards Spikes, etc , 52.48 144 67 

McLennan & Co: Bolts, spikes, etc., 14.15: R. Rish: Supplies, 15.01 29 16 

W. Giles: Supplies, 112.02 F. H. Reid' Supplies, 3 68 115 70 

G. Johnston: Supplies. 2.70* J.Brooks. Fares men and freight chgs, 30.15 32 85 

G. T. R. Co: Freight chgs, 5.04: J.Pearson do 10.83 15 87 

J. A. Lucas: Board of men, 8.50. Livery, 7.50 16 00 

J. L. Harrison: do 1818: R. C. Shortt: Board of men, 5.60 23 78 

G.L.Johnston- do . 4 80 

J . Paull : Stoning and raising Monmouth mad 40 00 

J.Brooks: Trav. expenses, 7.25: T.Walters: Trav. expenses, 19.20 26 45 

Alex Ross: do 2.45: Pay lists, wages men, 997.12 999 57 

MANITOU DAM ($520.59). 

John Fraser. Spikes, etc, 18 00: A. A. Hunt: Wheelbarrow, iron, etc, 17.00 35 00 

Wabigoon Produce Co : Supplies, 19.83 : W . Denmark ■ Supplies, 45 40 65 23 

We'ls & Emmerson Tent and tarpaulin, 26.50 E. Arkley : Teaming, 8.00 34 50 

Wabigoon and Manitou Steamboat Co: Fares men, 56.50 Freight charges, 5.95". 

do : Meals, 5.25 Labor of men repairing dam, 50.00. . 117 70 

D. D. McKenzie: Meals for men, 6 30 C. E. McCarthy: Meals for men, 15.75 22 05 

Wabigoon Hotel : do 6.50: Pay lists, men employed, 239.61 246 11 

DAMAGES RAISING WATER NEAR RAT PORTAGE. 

C. P R. Co: Allowance for damage to track caused by construction Ash Rapids dam 800 00 



J 22 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 



MARY'S AND FAIRY LAKES ($4,868.84). 

"Luke Bros & McClelland: Lumber, 3.12: J. Whitesides: Timber, 514.92 $518 04 

White Bros. .Cement, 266,85: Tools, et?.. 159.79: Kathbun Co: Cement, 139.15 565 79 

J. Whitten: «'o 468 50: Owen Soun<l Portland Cement Co: C-ment, 278.40 746 90 

Canadian Portland Cement Co: Cement, 250 00: W. Wardell: Rubber boots, 12.00 . 262 00 

1 ). Pike Co : Canvas, 35.00 : Jame* Wright Blacksmithing, 4 00 39 00 

Patterson & Bray : Blacksmithing, 65 61 : Shaw, Causes & C > : Pump, 10.00 65 64 

D. Kerraghan: Stone, etc, 99 72: W. Blackburn: Livery, 6.25: E Shay: Teaming, 55.32 161 29 

Huntsville and Lake of Bays Navigation Co: U*e of sc »ws and towing, 344.00: Hpe,etc,25.42 369 42 

Pay lists, men employed, 1,860 18: G. T. Railway Co: Freight charges, 137.46 1,997 64 

G. N. W. Tel. Co: Telegrams, 7.54: H. W. Ross Travelling expenses, etc, 90.33 97 87 

R. P. Fairbairn: Trav. expenses, 35.35: M. C. O'Donell: do 9.90 45 25 

INKERMAN DAM. 

Charles Patton, Reeve, and A. J. Corrigan, Treasurer Twp. Mountain: Grant 1,000 00 

CHEMONG LAKK BRIDGE. 

Geo. Stewart, Treasure County Peterborough ' Legislative grant 3,500 00 

MOOSE RIVER CHANNEL. 

Alex Munro, Ti easurer Twp. Roxborough '. Legislative grant 1,000 00 

BRIDGE, TOWNSHIP CAMBRIDGE. 
J. S. Sauche, Treasurer Twp. Cambridge: Grant toward construction of bridge, Nation River 1,000 00 

DRAINAGE TOWNSHIP ELMA. 
Treasurer, Twp. Elma: Grant towards drainage purposes 4,000 00 

BIG CREEK DRUN, TOWNSHIPS W. & N. TILBURY 
Treasurer, Twp. West Tilbury : Grant 4,567 30 

SURVEYS, INSPECTIONS, ETC. ($1,104.74.) 

Minnetakie Lac Suel water route :— 

Fay list: Men employed, 58.50 C. P. Railway Co: Fares of men, 23.20 

Hudson's Bay Co". Supplies. 20 41 teaming, 17.00 

T. J. Quinn: Boird of men. 4.50: Golden Rod Mining Co: Board of men, 9.00 

R. A. Hazelwood ' Professional service* at 15.00 per day 

do Travelling exp a nses, 18 60: disbursements, 3.20 

J. A. Bell: Services and report examining Aux Raisin bridge, 90.00: trav. expenses, 56.15. . 

T. Walters : Travelling expense* and disbursements 

R. McCallum: Travelling expenses, 194.50: R. P. Fairbairn Travelling expenses, 186.63. . 



LOCKS, DAMS AND SWING BRIDGES. ($5,093.54.) 



Thos. Walters Twelve mon'hs' salary as Superintendent 

Wm. Mcintosh Services as Lockmaster, R^sedale 

Patrick Cuttin do Lindsay 

P. M. Shannon . . do Port Carlinc 

P . P. Young dy Young's Point 

W. Robinson do Huntsville 

W.Kennedy... . ... do Maganetawan 

Th s. Burgess .. . .. .Services as Caretaker, works. Bala 

A. Sydney. Smith do 1 >am : Port Sydney 

Jacob Knoepfl i . do Ah Mic Lake Dam 

D. Galloway do works* Norland and Elliott Falls . . 

Jno. Westlake do Mississiqua and Bottle Lake Dams. 

H.C.Austin do Dam,Kinmount 

J. Chesney do Ham, Scott'* Mills , 

J. Bayne do Deer Lake Dam 

W. H. Hall do Eagle and T>eer Lake Dam 

Alex. Quarrie do Keewatin Dam 

Enoch Cox . . Se vices as Bridge Tender, Port Sandfield 

Thos. Wetherup do Lindsay 

Colin Campbell do Ind 'an Point swine Bridge 

Pay list : Men employed putting in *top logs Keewatin Dam 

Alex. Cameron : Taking out and putting in stop logs, Port Carling 

J. Farlardean : Board of self and team 



81 70 


37 41 


13 50 


330 00 


21 80 


14fi 15 


93 05 


381 13 


1,200 00 


240 00 


400 00 


300 00 


399 99 


300 00 


300 00 


300 00 


100 00 


160 00 


60 00 


75 00 


100 00 


50 00 


360 00 


50 00 


300 00 


100 00 


138 75 


50 00 


74 80 


3 00 


2 00 



1901] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



123 



MAINTENANCE LOCKS, DAMS, ETC. ($8,162.71.) 

Timber, etc. :— 

W. McLachlan, 3.00: Gilmour & Co , 123.27: Kennedy & Davis. 170.97: 

Rathbun C .,. 18.04: T. Stinson & Sons, 17.78: J. F. Lilliecop, 1.15: W. J. Young, 2.59: 
N. Pearson, 27.12: W. H. Fairhall, 112.05: Can. Land and Immigration Co-, 98.64: 
J. C. Argue, 5.04: J. McDermott, 7.06: G. P. Magann, 605 25: J. Mouncey, 9.00: 



R. W. Lambert, 2.00: 

Shearer & Brown Co., 14.15: 
Lumber, etc: Rathbun Co , 9 15: 
Hardware, tools, castings, etc J 

A. E. Bottum, 8.21: J. Heard. 

R. Heard, 5.54: 

A-Cullen, 2.80 



Mrs. C. E. Wallis, 5.84 Dicks m Co., 85.68: 

A. Austin, 184 22" J. W. McFarlane (contract), 393.66. 

S.H. Jacobs, 2.65: F. Austin, 17,80 

G. Edwards & Co., 8195: C. D. Curry, 3.15: 

3.00: A. T. Fife & Co., 8 48: McLennan & Co., 101.55: 

W. H. Casement, 9.85: B. R Mowry & Son, 1.95: G. H. McGee, 26.96: 

W. M. Burkhart, 1.77: R. S. Drysdsle, 25 00: 



A. Chambers, 1.35: 

S. Purser, 1.80: 

J. Welch, 1.00 : 

McLachlan, 4 00 



J. Arnold, 14 58: 

S. J. Petty, 1.20: 

E. Austin, 16 64 : 

W Mclntsh, 6.25: 

W. Welch, 5.47: 



Estate J. F. Young, 11.12: 4 W. Hanna, & Co., 27.67: 

P. A. Kearney, 2.16' Poulson & West, 8.25 ■ 

Canada F< undry Co, 41. 5S: Young & Seward, 1 63" 

Toronto Bolt & Forging Co., 63.19" J. McCrae, 35.38: A 

L. Newton : Painting, etc 

Supplies: — 

Boxhall & Matthie, 15.87: P. Grozelle, 1.60: W. Giles, 78.73: 

T. Godwin, 1.40: T. Brady, 77c: G. Argell, 2.25: 

'». J. Hartle, 53 49: T. J. Stevens, 1.61: D. Gome, 97.82" 

J. Masales, 1 60 Phoenix Drug Co, 1 44: T. Austin, 3.28: 

Mrs. J Mcintosh, 3.60: J. G. Brokenshire, 2 91: 

(VI. L. Rnlson, 97 14: W. Robertson, 86 98 

Ontario Rubber C»: Diving dress, etc, 52.75 McLennan & Co: 1 >iving boobs, 15.00 

•Cathro&Co: D ving pants, 4.50: Anthes & Co. Diving pants, 4.50 

Repairing diving apparatus: W. Webster, 8.50: J. Berry, 9.75 

Board of men :— 

J. A. Lucas, 25.25- Emerson & Westin, 7.60: W. E. Brooks, 11 54: 
W. Mclotosh, 12.90: G. Wait, 20.00: A. Graham, 7.05: J. H. Harrison, 3.60: 
J. McKenzie, 6.40: J. Ruddy, 32.05' Estate Enoch Cox, 20.74: S. H. Jacobs, 9 00: 
E. Austin, 9.60: G. Johnston, 4 00: W. Robinson, 4 00: J. H. Thompson, 7.20: 
W. Dunfo.d, 1.85 

Horn Bros : Washing bedding, etc 

Towing: Thos. Robson, 36.69: P. P. Young, 23.95: J. C. Wallis, 3.00 

Teaming: Wilder & Co, 4.60: T. Godwin, 4.00: J. Cooper, 10 00: G. Bry*n, 1.35: 

J. (!aren, 30.13: J. Wicks, 1.10: H. Workman, 50c: J. S. McGahey, 25c: 

J. Kearns, 2.75 E. R. Edwards, 16.10: W. Dunford, 3 50: J. Welch, 5.00: 

S. Dernoe, 3.00 E Young, 1.25: J. Kennedy, 7.50: J. A. Lucas, 11.50: 

E. Austin, 5.00: J. H. Doane, 1.25: J. McKinnox. 18.00: J. McLennan, 4 00 

J. G. Brokenshire. 7.50: G. H. McG-e, 3 00: J. Upton, 4.00 O. Brooks, 60c 

Livery hire." Emer*on & Austin, 2 75: J. Kennedy, 25 50: D. Kernaghan, 5.25: 
E Austin, 6.25: H. Hobden. 3.75" E R. Edwards, 15.00: J. Mouncey, 3.50: 
J. Workman, 2 55: A. Graham, 2.00 

Fares of men : J. Brooks, 16.43 : a. Mills. 4.70 

Freight charges: G. T. Ry Co, 17.72: M. & G. B Nav Co, 15.98: P. Grozelle, 3.65. . 

Longford Lumber Co: Hire of steamer, 2.00 Can Exp Co: Charges, 43.05 

Trav expenses and disbursements: A. Ross, 98.23: Thos Walters, 159.42; acc'table, 100,00 
A. Mills, 24.68: P. Grozelle, 24.10: J. Brooks, 14.00 

Trav expenses: M. C. O'Donell, 38.05: A. Wells, 40c: J. Pearson, 35.00 
W J. Barnes, 4 75: E. Burk.4.25' R. Guni^le, 17.75 J. P. Edwards, 9.40 
Wm. Edwards, 4.40: A. Ainsley, 2.00: G. W. Rose, 9 .5: G. DeLury, 3.75 
E. Letcher, 10 20 

Postmaster : Rent of box, 1 50 : R. S. Porter : Stationery, 10.03 

G. Hutcheson: Printing and stat'npry, 3.15: Bobc^ygeon Independent: Printing, etc, 2.31 

Bell Tel Co: Messages, 5.40: G.N. W. Tel Co: Telegrams, 17.85 

Wilson & Wilson : Ad vert'g for tenders for timber 

Pay lists : Wages of men employed 



L,786 51 
29 60 



479 29 
66 00 



494 63 

67 75 

9 00 

18 25 



182 78 

8 00 

63 64 



145 88 



65 55 
21 13 
37 35 
45 05 

420 43 



139 00 

11 53 

5 45 

23 25 

2 00 

4,039 64 



Total Public Works 60,847 51 



124 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 



COLONIZATION KOADS ($138,801.38.) 

Assiginac Road J. McKechnie, services as overseer, 22 days at 2. 25 $ 49 50 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 238 88 

do Sundry persons, shovels, powder, etc 13 50 



Armour, 15 S. L.Rd. Henry Varcoe, services as overseer, 10^ days at 2.25 23 62 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 76 87 

do Helliar & Clark, powder 50 

Armour 6 & 7 C.Rd. W. M. Kennedy, services as overseer, 25 days at 2.25 56 25 

do Postage 25 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 234 62 

do Sundry persons, plant, tools and blacksmithing 12 13 

303 25 

do Less sale of tools and deductions in time 6 00 



Alice and Fraser T. 

L. Road. . . . A. Schultz, services as overseer, 14^ days at 2.25 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do Sundry persons, cedar, tools and use of implements. 



do Less sale of tools . 



Anstruther Road . . .T. G. Eastland services as overseer, 18 days at 2 50 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do A McColl, plank 



Anstruther BurleighT. G. Eastland, services as overseer, 18 days at 2.50 

and Chandos RoadPay lists, wages of men employed 

do J. Mcllveie, blacksmithing 



Alsace Road Philip Straus, services as overseer, 20 days at 2.25 45 00 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 254 75 

do P. Straus, use of plow, 2.00 ; postage, 25c 2 25 

Ah Mic Harbour Rd. Thomas Stewart, balance 1900 

Addington Road . .Edward Mellon, services as overseer, 20£ days at 2.25. . 

do Postage 

do Pay lists, wages of men emp'oyed . . 

do Sundry persons, bacon, groceries, shovels 



201 51 
do Less sale of tools 1 50 



Alice and Fraser, 10 

& 11 Con. Rd.M. Kennedy, services as overseer, 17 days at 2.25 38 25 

do Pay lists, wages of men emp'oyed 155 75 

do Sundry persons, shovels and blacksmithing 7 15 



201 15 

75 


45 00 

251 26 

3 50 


45 00 

257 00 

8 75 



s:oi 88 



Ansonia Bridge Jno. F. Boyd, overseer on account 70 00 

Alderson Road Wm. Alcock, services as overseer, 11 days at 2 25 24 75 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 176 00 



200 75 



100 99 



297 25 






302 00 




26 60 


45 57 




10 




178 13 




76 20 






300 00 


32 63 


158 39 




10 49 





200 01 



200 40 
299 76 
310 75 

514 83 
299 87 



Balfour&RaysideRd J. Blair, services as overseer, 17 days at 2 25 38 25 

do Postage 31 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 210 17 

do Sundry persons, lumber and nails 5 35 

do O. Vaillancourt, services as overseer at 2.25 . .' 38 25 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 222 50 

Balfour, 4 and 5 Con.E. Belanger, services as overseer, 20 days at 2.25 45 00 

do RoadPay lists, wages of men employed 254 87 

Birch Lake and J. MacLeaa, services as overseer, 30 days at 2.25 67 50 

Webbwood Road . . Postage 20 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 423 00 

do Sundry persons, axes, powder, etc 7 60 

——^—^— ~^-~— 49o 30 

Bonheur Mining Rd . \. Todd, balance 1900 10 88 

Bromley Road J. Springer, balance 1900 18 68 

Bright, 5 & 6 Con Rd.E. E. Sproule, balance 1900 .... 18 12 

Blind River and Thos. H. Brooks, services as overseer, 43 days at 2.00 86 00 

Iron Bridge . . Postage and stationery 2 00 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 717 42 

do Sundry persons, provisions, groceries, stoves, tools and lumber 198 72 

— — ^— 1,0U4 14- 



1901 1 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 125 



COLONIZATION ROADS.— Continued. 

Bridge repairs and Neil McDougall, paymaster 

maintenanco Pay lists, wages of men employed $313 00 

do Sundry persons, lumber, nails, etc 172 69 

Bruce Mines and -T. Dunbar, services as overseer, 20 days at 2 25 45 00 

Ophir Road Pay lists, wages of men employed 230 05 

do Sundry persons, plank, shovels and blacksmithing 24 95 

Banbury and 

Ax Lake Road J. Daly, overseer, on account 

Baysville Road M. Langford, services as overseer, 18 days at 2.25 

do Pay lists, wpges of men employed 

do Sundry persons, plank, shovels, etc 



Black Bridge, DraperPhilip Leeder, overseer, on account 
Burpee Road J. Beveridge, oversf er, on account 



Bordeau Road Wm. White, services as overseer, 12^ days at 2.25 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do Sundry persons, dyi amite, blacksmithing, etc 

Bethune 5 S. L. Rd. . J. J. Murphy, services as overseer, 21 days at 2.25 . 

do . . Postage 

do . . Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do . .Sundry persons, plank, tools, etc., and right of way. 



Bancroft Road D. H. Kelley, overseer, on account 

Bigelows Mills Rd. .R. Shaw, services as overseer, 5 days at 2.50. 
do . . Pay lists, wages of men employed 



411 47 

do Less sa'e of tools. . . . 1120 



do Less sale of tools . 



Bark Lake Road Richard Skuce, services as overseer, 27 days at 2.25 . 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do .... Sundry persons, plow, shovels, etc 



Barrie Road W. Cummings, services asove»seer, 22 days at 2.25 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do Sundry persons, provisions, hay, lumber, etc 



Bethune Road Jno. Rattenbury, services as overseer, 34| days at 2.25 77 06 

do Postage 40 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 396 07 

do Sundry persons, plows, shovels etc 26 10 

Bethune & Perry Rd. J. J. Murphy, services as overseer, 16 days at 2.25 36 00 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed . . 183 32 

do A. E. Munn, lumber 6 08 



Bethune 8 Con. Rd . . J. J. Murphy, services as overseer, 8 days at 2.25 18 00 

do . . Pay lists, wages of men employed 72 44 

do - . . Sundry persons, dynamite, blacksmithing, etc 9 90 

Brandy Lake Road. .Jno. Davidson, services as overseer, 9 days at 2.25 .... 

do . . Postage 

do . . Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do . . Sundry persons, plank, blacksmithing, etc . . ... 

do . . J. Davidson, R. R. fares and cartage 



Buckhorn and 

Burleigh Roads. . .Geo. E. Elliott, services as overseer, 20 days at 2.25 45 00 

do Pay listf?, wages of men employed 560 56 

605 56 
do Less municipal grant 200 00 

Buchanan Tp. Rd . . M. Robert, services as overseer, 13 days at 2.25 

do . . Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do . . Sundry persons, tools, use of tent, etc 



29 25 

156 75 

16 85 


202 85 
1 85 


60 75 

322 29 

17 60 


49 50 

167 21 

84 13 



$485 69 



40 50 

348 87 

22 10 


300 00 
280 00 



400 27 



499 63 



. 


225 40 
290 00 




230 00 


28 12 

168 80 

3 90 


200 82 


47 25 

50 

219 49- 

32 79 



300 03 



100 34 



20 25 

07 

60 43 

5 05 

10 00 


95 80 
230 00 


12 50 
95 41 



107 9 



405 £6 



201 00 



400 64 



300 84 



126 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 



COLONJZA.TION ROADS —Continued. 

Bass Lake Road M. Mansfield, services as overseer, 12 days at 2.25 $ 27 00 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 382 50 

Bell Rock Road Chas. O'Neill, services a« overseer, 22£ days at 2.25 . . 50 62 

do . .. .Pay list", w->ges of men employed 121 36 

do C. O Neil), plauk and gravel 3100 

do Sundry persons, scraper and blacksmithing 1160 

Blairhampton and 

Haliburton Road.G. W. Stephen", services a? overseer, 29 days at 2.25 65 25 

do . . Postage 65 

do . Pay list?, wages of men employed 281 55 

do . .Sundry pereonp, grave), stone and blacksmithing 3 70 

Black Lake and 

Ketchecum Road .C. Cohen, services as overseer. 24 days at 2.50 60 00 

do . . Pay lists, wages of men employed 393 1 1 

453 11 

do Less deduction in time . . 30 00 

Blezard Road O. Frappier, services as overseer, 18 days at 2.25 40 50 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 204 59 

do K. Home, shovels, etc 5 98 

251 07 

do Less deduction in time 1 25 



Burleigh Road T. G. Eastland, services as overseer, 18 days at 2.50 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do ... Yonge & Shewan, dynamite and plank 



Bromleyl2P.LineRdAlex. McEacher, services as overseer, 16 days at 2.25 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do Sundry persons, axes, cedar, and blacksmithing 



do Less pale of tools. 



Brudenell 16 Con.Rd Jno. T. Began, services as overseer, 7\ days at 2.25 . . . 

do Pay lists, wages of m«n employed 

do M. Whalen, rent of scraper 

Buckhorn Lake 50 63 

Shore Road. .A. E. Kenned?, services as overseer, 17| days at 2.00 

do . . Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do . .Peterboro' Hardware Co, plow, axes, etc 



do Lops municipal grant. 



45 00 

321 85 

30 15 


36 00 

16* 37 

34 50 


238 87 
1 55 


16 88 

31 87 

1 88 


35 50 

258 19 

23 15 


316 84 
100 00 



Brazeau Road B. Prazeau, services as overseer, 16^ days at 2.25 

do Pay list?, wages of men employed 

. Postage 

. W. Ragnor, blacksmithing 



do 
do 
do 

Burton Road 
do 
do 
do 



. .J. Burton, services as overseer, 11 days at 2.25 

. . Stationery and postage 

. . Pay lists, wag*s of men employed . 

. . Michand & Levesque, shovels etc 



Campbell 20 S L Rd.G. Brooks, balance 1900 

Campbell 12 con Rd.G. Brooks, services as overseer, 21 days at 2.25 

do . . Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do . . J. E Evans, brush hook 



8109 50 



214 58 



351 15 



423 11 



249 82 



Bonfield Road W. James, overseer on account 380 00> 

Bonfield and 

Ferris Road. .C. Rancourt, services as overseer 24 days at 2.25 54 00 

do . . Pay lists, wages of men emp'oyed 327 34 

do . . Sundi y persons, shove] s, axes etc 1 8 66 



400 00 

do . ..T. Hurtibise overseer on account 90 00 

Buckhorn Road R. Shaw, services as overseer, 24 days at 2 25 60 00 

do • Postage 35 

do .... Pay lists, wages of men employed 338 86 



399 21 



397 Oft 



237 32 



216 84 



37 13 




161 60 




57 




80 






200 10 


24 75 


1 10 




70 10 




2 55 






98 50 
20 08 




47 25 




254 07 




6C 


am Q9. 






1901 | 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



127 



OOLONlZA^TfON ROADS. -Continued. 



Jarpenter and 

Burris Rd C. W. Hughf s, services as overseer, 36 days at 2.50. 

do Postage 

do .... Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do .... Sundry persons, provisions, tools, timber, etc. . 



Carpenter and 

Dobie Rd 
do 

Carpenter and 
Lash Rd . 
do 
do 
do 
do 

Carpenter lots 2 

and 3 Rd . 

do 

do 

do 

Clarke's Rridge. 
do 
do 
do 
do 



. J. A. Tierney, paymaster on account. 
.W. J. We8tover, overseer on account. 



C. W. Hughes, services as overseer, 22 days at 2.50. 

Postage and statione* y 

. Pay lis s, wages of men employed 

R. T. Corrigan, cutting and hauling timber 

. Sundry persons, provisions and supplies 



.C. W. Hughes, services as overseer, 28 days at 2.50. 

. Pay lists, wages of men employed . . . 

. W. Rathbun, timber 

, . Sundry person, provisions 



. .Jno. F. Boyd, services as overseer, 10 days at 3.50. 

. . Postage 

. . Pay lists, wages of men employed 

. . D. Clarke, timber . 

. . Sundry persons, drift bolts, nails and livery 



Cobden and Striker 

T. L. Bridges . Jno. F. Boyd, services as overseer, 25 days at 3.50 



do Postage. 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do D. Gordon, lumber 

do . . . ..T. F. Royd, R, R. fares 

do ....C. P. R. freight 

do ... Sundry persons, tools, board and bolts 



Conmee Township 

Rd . . Neil McDougall, paymaster ! 

do . . Pay lists, wages of men employed . . , 

do . . Sundry persons, provisions 

do .. do stov9, blacksmithing, fares and freight. 

Copper Cliff and 

Murray Minei roadR. J. McKinnon, overseer, on account 

Coulter and Spanish 

Station Road G. Hamilton, services as overseer, 30 days ab 2.25 

do Postaere 

do Pay list", wages <^f men employed 

do J. MacLean, scraper 

do Sundry persons, axes and use of implements 



Coyne Road Jos. Dixon, services as overseer, 31^ days at 2.25 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do Sundry persons, grading tools, etc 



Crozier and Lash 

Road J. A. Tierney, paymaster, on account, 

do C Kerr, overseer, on account , 



Cardwell and Watt 

Road G. Grenke, services as overseer, 22 days at 2.25 

do Postage 

do Pay lis's, wages of men employed 

do G. Rutherford, snovels, etc 



do 



Less sale of tools . 



Carline: Qth Con. 

Road Jas. Alves, services as overseer, 31 days at 2.25 

do Pay lists, waeros of men employed . 

do Sundry persons, shovels, dynamite and use of p'ow . 



do 



Less sale of tools 



$ 90 00 

18 

630 25 

279 57 



450 00 
600 00 



55 00 

I 00 

335 44 

480 00 

153 43 



70 00 
361 24 

40 00 
130 99 



35 00 

15 

117 91 

97 25 

12 79 



87 50 

20 

514 87 

214 01 

11 00 

13 35 

89 18 



829 37 

201 89 

43 00 



67 50 

25 

398 91 

20 00 

13 55 



70 87 

375 42 

58 42 


1,225 00 
500 00 



49 50 

02 

242 98 

17 07 



309 57 
9 57 



69 75 

307 48 

20 70 



397 93 
5 75 



$1,000 00 



1,050 00 



1,024 87 



602 23 



263 10 



930 11 



1,C74 26 
480 00 



500 21 



501 71 



1,725 00 



300 00 



392 18 



128 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 



COLONIZATION ROADS.— Continued. 

Christie 6th Con. 

Road Jno. Orr, services as ov« rseer, 20 days at 2.25 $ 45 00 

do Postage 50 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 254 84 

Commanda Lake 

Road Jno. Clark, services as overseer, 18 days at 2.25 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed • 



Christie Road Bridge 

approach R. McNaught, services as overseer. 15 days at 2.25 

Pay lists, wages of men employed 



Cardwell No. 3 Rd . .Matthew Wilson, services as overseer, 15 days at 2.25 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do G. Rutherford, shovels 



do Less deduction, overseer's time 



Caldwell and O. Sylvester, services as overseer, 19£ days at 2.25. 

McPherson Road . Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do 0. Aubin, scraper 



40 50 
259 55 


33 75 
168 05 


33 75 

109 90 

7 65 


151 30 
3 40 


43 87 

243 70 

14 96 



Caldwell No. 2 Road Jos. Cote, services as overseer, 21 days at 2.25 47 25 

do Postage 08 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 239 07 

do Sundry persons, axes and repairs 13 60 

Caldwell No. 1 and 2 L. Lessard, services as overseer, 12 days at 2.25 27 00 

do Road. Pay lists, wages of men employed 123 25 

do Sundry persons, blacksmithing and use of plow 4 95 

California Road Alvin Jackson, services as overseer, 18f days at 2.25 42 30 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 252 38 

do Sundry persons, lumber, nails and use of stove 6 80 

do H. Switzer, services as overseer, 11 days at 2.25 24 75 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 73 25 

do H. Switzer, culvert timber 2 00 



Chisholm 6 & 7 Con. Jno. Gallagher, services as overseer, 28 days at 2.25 63 00 

do Road. Postage 75 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 413 09 

do Sundry persons, blacksmithing and implements 22 15 

do J. W. Clark, right of way 10 00 

Chisholm 8 & 9 Con. Henry Anderson, services as overseer, 21 days at 2.25. 47 25 

do Road. Pay lists, wages of men employed '. ., 243 34 

do Foster & Co. , shovels 9 55 



Chisholm and 
Himsworth Road, 

16 & 17 Con. . .P. R. Owens, services as overseer, 15 days at 2.25 33 75 

do . . Postage 45 

do . . Pay lists, wages of men employed . . 133 68 

do . . Sundry persons, teaming 76 50 

do . . do axes, etc 7 58 

do . .Chas. O'Connor, services as overseer, 20| days at 2.25 45 83 

do . . Pay lists, wages of men employed 127 12 

do . .J. Hart, teaming 63 45 

do . . Sundry persons, blacksmi hing, axes, etc 13 62 



$300 34 



300 05 



201 80 



147 90 



302 53 



300 00 



155 20 



401 48 

Carlow & Raglan Rd. Jno. Beaudry, overseer, on account 280 00 

Calvin Lot 31 Road . David Adams, overseer, on accDunt 180 00 

Cartier Road V. W. Johnson, overseer, on account 90 00 

Chisholm, S. L. Rd.P. Bogue, services as overseer, 31 f days at 2.25 71 44 

do Postage 25 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 303 45 

do Sundry persons, teaming 107 25 

do do powder, shovels and blacksmithing 18 06 



500 45 



508 99 



300 14 



501 98 



1901] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



Chemoncr Lake Rd . . D. H. Moore, paymaster 

do . Pay lists, wages of men employed . 
do . .T. L. Robinson, horse hire 



Cassimer Lot, 
8 & 9 Road 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

Clear Lake Road 
do 
do 
do 



. . . D. McFarlane, services as overseer, 12 days at 2. 

. . . Postage 

. . . Pay lists, wages of men employed ... 

. . . D. McFarlane, use of tools 

. . .F. Dupins. services as overseer, 13 days at 2.25 . 

. . . Pay lists, wages of men employed 

. . . F. Dupins, picks, etc 



.E. H. Gallagher, services as overseer, 20 days at 2.25 

. Postage 

. Pay lists, wages of men employed 

.Sundry persons, scraper and shovels 



I 57 93 
50 

242 84 
77 28 
23 54 



300 71 
5 00 



27 00 

12 

214 51 

7 97 

29 25 

225 36 

2 30 

45 00 

25 

240 00 

16 00 



Crow Lake Road Jno Koapp, overseer, on account 

Curry's Lake Road. .J. Law, services as overseer, 14 days at 2.25 

do . Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do . .Sundry persons, freight, cedar, shovels, etc 



do 



Less sale of tools , 



Chandos Road Wm. Wilson, services as overseer, 15 days at 2.25 

do . . Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do ..Sundry persons, powder, blacksmithing, etc 



31 50 

163 69 

7 70 

202 89 
2 05 

33 75 

150 63 

14 95 



Calabogie and 

Renfrew Road J. Dillon, services as overseer, 16 days at 2.25 

do . . Postage 

do . . Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do . . Sundry persons, blacksmithing, shovels, cedar, etc . 



36 00 

45 

211 50 

25 05 



do 

Day Mills and 
Dayton Road 
do 
do 
do 
do 

Devlin Road . 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Dorion McTavish 

Road 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Less sale of tools. 



273 00 
3 00 



David Bird, services as overseer, 30 days at 2.25 

. Postage 

. Pay lists, wages of men employed 

. Sundry persons, timber 

do axes, spikes and blacksmithing 

.C. W. Hughes, services as overseer, 25 days at 2.50 

. Postage 

. Pay lists, wages of men employed 

.Sundry persors, timber 

. S Barker, cartage 

Sundry persons, provisions and supplies , 



67 50 

50 

319 70 

87 50 

24 80 



62 50 
1 00 

473 34 
77 06 
15 75 

195 97 



Neil McDougall, paymaster , 

Pay lists, wages of men employed 

C.P. R,. fares and freight 

. Alf . Hay, board of men , 

Algoma Laundry, washing blankets 

Sundry persons, provisions and supplies, 
do tents, shovels, etc 



1,012 98 

25 92 

42 00 

5 00 

348 95 

92 60 



Desbarats and Bruce 

Mines Road Thos. Travis, overseer, on account 

Dilke and Morley 

w Road J. A. Tierney, paymaster, on account 

Desbarats Dock 

* Road A. Flett, overseer, on account 

Dean Lake and 

Mississaga Road . .Benj. Atkinson, services as overseer, 10£ days at 2 25 
do . . Pay lists, wages of men employed 



23 62 

76 87 



9 P.A. 



129 



COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued. 

Chisholm and 
Him s worth Road. .Thos. McCormack, services as overseer, 25| days at 2.25. . 

do . . Postage 

do . . Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do . . Sundry persons, team work 

do do timber, blacksmithing. and right-of-way 



$402 09 



305 7i 



506 51 



301 25 
280 00 



200 84 



199 33 



270 00 



500 00 



825 62 



1,527 45 

65 00 

980 00 

90 00 

100 49 



130 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 



COLONIZATION ROADS —Continued. 

Dinorwic and 

Sandy Lake Road . T. R. Ro?e, paymaster 

do . . Pay lists, wages of men employed $366 55 

do . . Sundry persons, provisions 148 48 



Edgington Road A. McMillan, services as overseer, 20 days at 2.25 

do Pay bats, wages of men employed 



East Cross Creek D. O'Connell, services as overseer, 16 days at 2.25. 
Bridge Pay lists, wages of men employed , 



Eldon, 3rd Qr. L. McQuarrie, services as overseer, 20 days at 2.25. 

line Road do do 22 days at 1.50 . 

do . . Postage 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do Sundry persons, timber 

do do nails, dynamite, sawing, etc 



Foymount and 

Lyndock Road.W. Kuhl, services as overseer, 18 days at 2.25 

do . . Pay list?, wages of men employed 

do ..Sundry persons, scraper, shovel and blacksmithing . 



Denville Bridge B. Wickett, services as overseer, 5 days at 3.00 15 00 

do Postage 50 

do Pay lists, wages of men emp-oyed 125 84 

do A. McDonald, drawing timber 24 00 

do Sundry persons, timber 120 28 

do do spikes and rope 22 31 



Dalhousie, 9 Con. 

Rd. & Bridge Wm. Dunlop, services as overseer, 16 days at 2.00 32 00 

do Postage 07 

do Pay list, wages of men employed . ... 36 1 84 

do Sundry persons, plank and gravel 4 00 

do .... do blacksmithing, powder and affidavit 2 09 



Dunnett Road Jos. Dunnett, services as overseer, 8£ days at 2.25 . 19 12 

do Pay list, wages of men employed 81 36 

Desert Lake to Mar- 
tins Mills Rd C. H. Martin, services as overseer, 15£ days at 2.25 34 87 

do .... Pay lists, wages of men employed 156 00 

do Sundry persons, blacksmithing, dynamite and plank 9 90 

Douglas & Shamrock 

Rd. .... Mortimer Lynch, services as overseer, 24 days at 2.25 54 00 

do .... Pay lists, wages of men employed 246 75 

Dummer, 9 Con.Rd . D. S^gwick, overseer, on account 480 00 

do Less Municipal grant 300 00 

Elm Bay Wabigoon 

Bridge & Rd J . D. Aaron, overseer, on account 



267 25 
do . . Less sale of tools 17 00 



Ferris and North 

Bay Road . Wm. Ledgerwood, services as overseer, 28£ days at 2.25 ... 64 35 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 337 20 

Ferris and Chis- 

holm Road . . Robert Damas, services as overseer, 25£ days at 2.25 57 38 

do . . Postage 25 

do . . ^ay lists, wages of men employed 287 42 

do . . Sundry persons, horee hire 35 20 

do .. do axes, grindstone, etc 19 75 

Ferris 8 and 9 Road.E. Dufresne, services as overseer, 62 days at 2.25 58 50 

do . . Postage 35 

do . . Pay lists, wages of men employed 239 31 

do . . Sundry persons, teaming 78 00 

do .. do blacksmithing and dynamite 23 84 



$515 03 



307 93 



400 0C 



Dalton & Washago 

Rd. J. S. Jackson, overseer, on account 300 00 



100 48 

200 77 
300 75 



45 00 
254 99 


180 00 
850 00 

299 99 
254 00 

299 27 


36 00 
218 00 


45 00 

33 00 

25 

196 49 

19 53 

5 00 


40 50 
185 20 

41 55 



250 25 



401 55 



400 00 



400 00 






1901] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 131 



COLONIZATION ROAD6 — Continued. 

Ferguson Lake and 

Mt. St. Patrick Rd.M. McNulty, services as overseer, 18 Jays at 2.25 $40 50 

do . . Pay lists, wages of men employed 166 00 

do . . M. McNulty, board of men 56 00 

do do timber 30 00 

do . .Sundry persons, axes, shovels, etc 6 55 



Field No. 1 Road .. A . Hertibise, services as overseer, 24 days at 2.25 54 00 

do . . Postage 53 

do . . Pay lists, wages of men employed 306 95 

do ..Right of way 45 00 

do . .Sundry persons, axes, spikes, pjwder, etc 9 52 

French Line Road 

and Bridge. .C. Coben, services as overseer, 12 days at 2.50 30 00 

do . . Postage 29 

do . Pay lists, wages of men employed 373 11 



Golden Valley and 

North Roads G. Dobb", services as overseer, 31 days at 2.25 69 75 

Pay lists, wages of men employed 408 74 

Sundry persons, tools, freight charges, etc 22 25 



do Less sale of tools, 



Grasemere Road Rowland Hill, services as overseer, 14 days at 2.25. 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 

do . .Sundry persons, shovels, plank and blacksmithing . 



do Less sale of tools 



Gurd, Con 5 & 6 Rds . Thos. Kelly, services as overseer, 14 days at 2.25 31 50 

do . . Postage 30 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 166 60 

do . . Sexsmith & Co., axes, etc 7 60 



206 00 
5 60 


31 50 
163 69 

15 85 


211 04 
5 00 


32 62 

274 85 



$299 05 



416 00 



403 40 



French River 

Valley Trails ... J. L. A. McMurray, overseer on account . 200 00 

Gordon and Lake 

Wolesley Road. . . James. M. Fraser, overseer on account 280 00 

Galbraith, 2 Con Rd.Geo. Corbett, services as overseer, 22 days at 2.25 49 50 

do ..Postage 13 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 225 00 

do . . Sundry persons, teaming and ox hire 25 37 

300 00 

Garden River Bdg. .Soo. Cedar Co., balance 1900 14 40 

Garden River Bdg. . Amos Cunningham, services as overseer, 8 days at 2.50 20 00 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 77 00 

do . .Sundry persons, timber and use of tools 5 79 

102 79 

Grand Portage Rd . . Jno. Wilson, overseer, on account ' 480 00 

Goulais Bay Road . . Wm. McCulloch, services as overseer, 5 days at 2 25 11 25 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 78 00 

do . . L. Anning, cartage 9 00 

do . . Sundry persons, freight and repairing tools 1 75 



100 00 



500 74 



200 40 



206 04 



Great Northern Rd. Jos. Alderson, services as overseer, 14£ days at 2.25 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 

307 47 

Godin Creek Bridge. Jos. Varin, overseer, on account 90 00 

Harrow Townh'p Rd. Hell Rivers, overseer, on account 500 00 

Hallam, 2 Con. Rd . .Jos. Toland, overseer, on account 140 00 

Hymer Road Neil McDougall, paymaster 

O'Connor and 

Gillies Twp . . Pay list, wages of men employed 1,504 35 

do . .C. P. Railway, fares and freight 8 10 

do . . Wells and Emmereon, tent", etc — 65 71 

do . .Sundry persons, provisions, etc 381 42 

do .. do box, washing and blacksmithing 13 85 

1,973 43 



132 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 



COLONIZATION ROADS.— Continued. 
Healey settlement 
and Orange Valley 

Rd . . Harry Healey, services a8 overseer, 24 days at 2.25 $54 00 

do . . Postage 05 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 318 75 

do . . Sundry persons, axes and cartage 19 15 



Himsworth 17 

and 18 Road. . A. K. Brownlee, services as overseer, 9 days at 2.00 18 00 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 84 20 



Him&worth 15 

S. L. Road. . Jno. Henderson, services as overseer, 20 days at 2.25 45 00 

do . . Postage . 10 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 232 49 

do . . .T. Henderson, plank 13 20 

do ..Right of way 5 00 

do . . Sundry persons, shovels and blacksmithing 10 20 



305 99 
Less sale of tools 5 25 



Huntsvilie and 

Novar Road. .Robt. May, services as overseer, 33 days at 2.25 74 25 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed . . . 312 70 

do . .Sundry persons, shovels, blacksmithing, etc 23 75 

410 70 
do Less sale of tools 9 75 



Harvey 8 Con Road. .Robt. Shaw, services as overseer, 10 days at 2.50 

do . . Postage 

do . .Pay list, wages of men employed 

do . . W. Casemen, hammer. 



Harrington Road. . .Timothy Harrington, services as overseer, 10 days at 2.25. . 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 

do . . T. Harrington, tools 



25 00 

22 

172 28 

2 40 


22 50 

90 50 

5 22 



do Less amount, not receipted for in pay list. 



Hastings Koad Jno. Steele, services as overseer, 8 days at 2,25. 

Bridge. . Pay list, wages of men employed 

McKenzie Lake J. Steele, use of house and blankets 



Hastings Road Peter Conlin, services as overseer, 36 days at 2.25 

do . . Postage , 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 



118 22 
16 00 


18 00 

84 00 

1 50 


81 00 

50 

328 00 



Herschell and Fara- 
day Road Manley Valleau, services as overseer, 18 days at 2.25. 

do . . Postage 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 

do . .Sundry persons, hammer, blacksmithing and cedar. . . 



Hinchinbrooke RoadPeter Finn, services as overseer, 20£ days at 2,25 , 

do ..Postage 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 

do . .Sundry persons, timber and gravel 

do .. do hammer, dynamite and blacksmithing. 



do Less municipal grant 



Hagarty4 &5 Con. Rd Albert Noak, services as overseer, 28£ days at 2.25 , 

dd . . Postage 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 

do . .Sundry persons, tools, blacksmithing and use of scraper . 

Hugel Road C. Hanson, services as overseer, 20 days at 2.25 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 

do . .John Whalen, services as overseer, 20 days at 2.25 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 

do . . John Whalen, tools 



40 50 

20 

207 98 

3 60 

46 12 

10 

279 25 

32 68 

8 64 

366 79 
100 00 


64 12 

06 

263 70 

12 20 


45 00 
255 12 

45 00 

248 42 

6 60 



$391 95 



102 20 



300 74 



400 95 



199 90 



102 2 



103 50 



409 50 



252 28 



266 79 



340 08 



600 14 



1901] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 133 



COLONIZATION ROADS. —Continued. 

Hugel and Badgerow 

Road . . . C. A. M. Paradis, paymaster 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed $354 63 

do . . Sonne Awning Co, tents 26 50 

do . .Sundry persons, mattocks, blacksmithing and cartage 20 95 

$402 08 

Haliburton Road . . .E. B. Munn, balance, 1900 92 84 

Harvey and Caven- 
dish Road J. Eakins, balance, 1900 52 00 

Hyde Chute and 

Sanson Road S. H. Teepell, services as overseer, 17 days at 2.25 38 25 

do . . do do 1£ daye at 1.30 1 95 

da . . Postage 50 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 199 12 

do . .P. S. Stewart, shovels, etc 10 62 



Head Twp. Road . M. H^dican, services as overseer, 12 days at 2.25. 

do . .Pay list , wages of men employed 

do .Sundry persons, shovels, crowbars and dynamite. 



27 00 

1L9 75 

17 87 


164 62 
7 90 



M. Lounsbury, services as inspector, 159 days at 7.00. 

Railway fares 

Stationery, postage and telegrams 



1,113 00 
41 20 
11 35 


572 00 
149 50 



Jno. McCracken, services as inspector, 143 days at 4.00. 
Boat fares and livery, postage, etc 

Neil MoDougall, services as overseer, 223 days at 7.00 1,561 00 

Railway fares 43 20 

Insurance on storehouse 5 63 

Stationery, postage, etc 14 80 



250 44 



do Less sale of tools 

Hastings Road, 156 72 

(Selby Hill.) Wm. Dillon, services as overseer, 9 days at 2.25 20 25 

do Postage 50 

do .... Pay list, wages of men employed 95 66 

do Sundry persons, scraper and shovels 8 20 



124 61 



Harvey, 28 & 29 Con.Robt. Shaw, services as overseer, 8 days at 2,50 20 00 

do . . Postage 25 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 201 75 

———'*«■" 222 UU 

Howe Island Road . . A. Lachance, overseer, on account * 95 0" 

Indian Point Bridge.Tno. F. Boyd, paymaster. 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 7 50 

do . . Sundry persons, blacksmithing, plank, rent of j acks 12 02 

Ignace and Stur- 19 52 

geon Lake Road.. Neil McDougall, paymaster. 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 574 25 

do . . Sundry persons, board, meals and provisions 134 52 

do do railway fares, tents, tools, etc 164 57 

Indian Peninsula 873 34 

Roads . . . Wm. Gillies, services as overseer, 4| days at 2.25 10 75 

do Pay list, wages of men employed 57 25 

do ... .J. Shute, gravel 7 00 

do Wm. Ferguson, ser. as overs'r, 5 days at 2.25 ; 1 day at 1.25. . 12 50 

do Pay list, wages of men employed 87 50 

do Wm. Chisholm, services as overseer, 9 days at 2.25 20 25 

do ... .Pay list, wages of men employed 180 00 

do .... A. Weir, services as overseer, 10 days at 2.25 22 50 

do Pay list, wages of men employed 177 50 

do D. McFarlane, services as overseer, b\ days at 2 25 . 12 37 

do Post >ge 05 

do Pay list, wages of men employed 88 13 

675 80 

Inspection C. F. Aylesworth, on account of inspection 1,200 00 

•J. F. Boyd, services as inspector, 220 days at 7.00 1,540 00 

Railway fares 53 95 

Rent of storehouse, twelve months 20 00 

Postage, stationery, telegrams, etc 17 90 



1,631 85 

1,165 55 
721 50 

1,624 63 



J. A. Tierney, on account of inspection 800 00 

Angus Morrison, services as inspector, 96 days at 5.00 480 00 

Railway fares 5 70 

485 70 



134 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



[No. 1 



COLONIZATION ROADS.— Continued. 



Inspection R. Wickett, services as inspector, 93 days at 5.00. 

Railway fares 

Postage, etc 



$ 465 00 
9 35 
3 00 



Henry Smith, on account of inspection 

Henry Smith, balance 1900 

Jaffray Twp. and 

Winnipeg Riv'r R.Geo. H. Alcock, services as overseer, 26^ days at 2.25 



do 
do 

Joiy 4 & 5 Con. Rd . 
do 
do 



Pay list, wages of men employed . 
.Sundry persons, plow, axes and blacksmithing, 



59 06 

452 36 

36 05 



. Geo. Harkness, services as overseer, 20 days at 2.25 . . 

. Pay list, wages of men employed 

.Sundry persons, shovels, dynamite and blacksmithing 



Jack's Lake Road . .P. W. C. Shewan, overseer, on account 

Korah Road Peter George, services as overseer. 10 days at 1.00 

do ... .Pay list, wages of men employed 

Kirkpatnck 5 Con. 

Road Frank Pedno, overseer, on account 

Killaloe & Brudenell 
Road J. 



45 00 

242 08 

15 95 


10 00 
40 00 



Finerty, balance of 1900 

services as overseer, 31$ days at 2.25. 



Killaloe & Brudenell 

Road J. Finerty, Sr 

do .... Postage 

do Pay list, wages of men employ* d 

do Sundry person*, scraper, shovels and axes 

Kingston and Perth 

Road Thos. O'Connor, services as overseer, 20 days 2.25 

do Pay list, wages of men employed 

do ... .Sundry persons, blacksmithing and cartage. . . 

Kirkpatrick 5 and 6 

Bridge A. Hamilton, paymaster, on account 

Keenan Road Wm. Miller, services as overseer. 14 days at 2.25 

do Pay list, wages of men employed 

do W. Miller, spades and shovels 



70 87 

42 

410 25 

18 35 



45 00 

251 00 

4 00 



31 50 

163 25 

5 25 



La Vallee Bridges. . . R. Muldoon, balance 1900 

Laird and McDonald 

Road Robt. Murray, pervices as overseer, 20 days at 2.25. 

do Pay list, wages of men employed 

do Sundry persons, timber and sawing 

do do iron, spikes and bolts 

Little Current and 

Prov'dnce Bay Rd J. Stringer, services as overseer, 28 days at 2.25 

do Postage 

do Pay list, wages of men employed 

do Sundry persons, shovels, blacksmithing, etc , 



45 00 

221 06 

27 85 

6 20 



63 00 

10 

419 62 

16 55 



Lybster Road Neil McDougaU, paymaster. 

Pay list, wages of men employed 

Long Lake Road . . .N. McDougall, paymaster. 

do J. D. Aaron, services as overseer, 22 days at 2.25 

do Postage . 

do Pay list, wages of men employed 

do Wells & Emerson, tent, etc 

do Sundry persons, railway fares 

do do provisions, board, stove, etc 



49 50 
1 49 

197 15 
26 50 
18 30 

163 03 



Lake Joseph Rd. 
do 
do 



do 



Ed. Woodruffe, services as overseer, 17 days at 2.25 

Pay list, wages of men employed 

Homer & Co. , axes, etc 



Less sale of tools 



Lapasse Road G. Gervais, services as overseer, 20 days at 2.' 

do Pay list, wages of men employed 

do Cedar for culvert 



38 25 

157 00 

8 30 


203 55 
3 75 


45 00 

253 75 

1 25 



Lavant Road A. Desjardines, overseer, on account 

Lavant and Darling 

Road Jno. Craig, services as overseer, 27 days at 2.25 

do Pay list, wages of men employed 



60 75 
337 62 



$477 35 

50 00 

6 60 



547 47 



190 00 



50 00 
190 00 



4 75 



499 89 



300 00 
25) 00 



200 00 
164 94 



300 11 

499 27 
510 47 



455 97 



199 80 



300 00 
190 00 



398 37 



1901] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 135 



COLONIZATION ROADS —Continued. 

Lonsdale and 
Bridgewater Road.D. G. Larkin, overseer, on account 

do Joe. Taylor, services as overseer, 9 days at 2.25 

do Postage 

do Pay list, wages of men employed 

do W. E. Wilson, dynamite, etc , 

Loughboro' Central $227 00 

Road Thos. O'Connor, services as overseer, 23 days at 2.25 . 

do Postage 

do Pay list, wages of men employed 

do Sundry persons, cedar, blacksmithing and plowpoint . . . 



$125 00 


20 25 


04 


79 35 


2 36 


51 75 


25 


234 00 


11 25 



La France Road O. Laf ranee, services as overseer, 8 days at 2.25 18 00 

do Postage . 04 

do Pay list, wages of men employed 81 96 

Marks Township Pd.N. McDougall, paymaster. 

do Pay liet, wages of men employed 347 75 

do Wells & Emmerson, tent, etc 23 00 

Sundry persons, provisions 163 93 



Matheson Bay Rd. G. H. Alcock, services as overseer, 14J days at 2.25 32 62 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 233 63 

May, Con. 1 Road . . F. J. Lee, services as overseer, 5 days at 2.25 

do ..Postage 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 

do . .Sundry persons, blacksmithing, use of road machine, etc 



11 25 


06 


132 37 


6 50 



901 05 
do Less grant from Municipality of Sbuniah 250 00 



Minnehaha & Mani 

tou Portage Rd. .Neil McDougall, paymaster 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 288 98 

do . . Sundry persons, board 124 40 

do . . do shovels, etc 5 70 

Freight 30 00 



Muskoka Road A. W. Trimble, services as overseer, 14 days at 2.25 31 50 

do Pay list, wages of men emoloyed 216 66 

do Sundry persons, blacksmithing 2 80 



313 10 
do Less sale of tools 13 10 



Machar 5 & 6 and Jas. McGuines, services as overseer, 30 days at 2 25 

Gurd 26 S.L. Rds. .Postage 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 

do .. J. Davidson, meals — 

do . .Sundry persons, shovels, blacksmithing, etc 



Magnetewan 6 Con. 

Road Thos. Stewart, overseer, on account 

Monteith 6 & 7 Con. 

Road Martin Farrell. overseer, on account , 

Monteith and Perry 

Road . .Jas. Daly, services as overseer and team 18 days at 3.85 

do . . Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do . . Sundry persons, timber and dynamite 



297 25 
100 00 

534 68 
266 25 

150 18 



Morley & Sherston 

Road . .Chas. O'Neill, overseer, on account 1,575 00 

Murrillo Road . . . Neil McDougall, paymaster 

do Pay list, wages of men employed 738 62 

do Sundry persons, provisions 138 94 

do do lumber, tools, blacksmithing, etc 23 49 



651 05 



449 08 



250 96 



Macaulay & Stephen- 

P eon T. L. Bridge . . Philip Leeder, overseer, on account 388 92 

Machar, Strong & 

•Toly Road . . Jno. Drake, services as overseer, 23 days at 2.25 51 75 

do . . Postage 25 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 244 80 

do . . Sundry persons, axes and blacksmithing 16 30 



300 00 



67 50 
10 

264 45 
51 60 

18 28 


401 93 
380 00 






390 00 


69 30 

213 15 

17 56 


Qon m 



136 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 



COLONIZATION KOADS — Continued 

Morrison Road Neil McCormick, services as overseer, 27 days at 2 25 $ 60 75 

do Pay list, wages of men employed . 322 37 

do ... .Sundry persons, shovels, blacksmithing, use of plow, etc 25 01 

408 13 
do .... Less sale of tools 7 50 

Muskoka Road Jno. Shafer, services as overseer, 25| days at 2.25 57 94 

do Pay list, wages of men employed 308 41 

do Sundry persons, shovels, b!acksmithing, etc 21 04 

do G. W. Eccleston, dynamite 27 38 

414 77 
do .... Less sale of tools . . 5 10 



Mississippi Bridge 

( Addineton Road). A. P. Wickware, services as overseer, 11 days at 2.25 24 75 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 48 65 

do . . Sundry persons, provisions, etc 33 06 



do . .Pay list, wages of men employed 1,304 50 

do ..Wells &Emmerson, tent 32 25 

do . . Sundry persons, provisions 471 98 

do . . do box, washing and plow 27 00 

McAulay Road T. J. McAulay, services as overseer, 11 days at 2.10 23 10 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 126 82 



$400 63 



409 67 
Marmora Station & 

Delora R°ad P. Kerkegaan, overseer, on account 200 00 

Mattawa&CallenderJno. Wilson, services as overseer, 17 days at 2.25 38 25 

Road and Bridges . .Pay list, wages of men employed 250 00 

do . .Sundry persons, dynamite and repairing drills 11 55 

299 80 

Martland Road C. Monette, services as overseer, 22 days at 2.25 49 50 

do Postage 55 

do Pay list, wages of men employed 345 35 

do . .. Michand & Levesqu^, axes, etc 10 15 

do . . . .T). Beaudoin, services as overseer, 26 days at 2.25 58 50 

do Postage 24 

do Pay list, wages of men employed 330 36 

do .... Michand & Levesn ue, axes, etc 24 50 

819 15 

Methuen Road J. W. Ratcliffe, overseer on account 290 00 

Mississippi and 

Clarendon Road. .Robt. Burk, jr., services as overseer, 16 days at 2.25 36 00 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 238 82 

do . . Sundry personB, cedar 22 58 

do . . do use of road tools 3 20 

300 60 

Mississippi Road Robt. Wood, services as overseer, 13 days at 2.25 29 25 

do Pay list, waees of men employed 265 20 

do Mary Scott, gravel 7 00 

y * 301 45 

Monck Road Jas. Barbeau, services as overseer, 13 days at 2.25 29 25 

do . . Postage 25 

do . . Pay list, wae-es of men employed 155 38 

do . . Jno. Collins, cedar 14 00 

do . .Sundry persons, picks and blacksmithing 2 80 

Mining Trails Wm. Margach, overseer, on account 100 00 

Monette Road Moeos Guerin, services as overseer, 25 days at 2.2b 56 25 

do . . Postaere . 47 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 421 18 

do . . Sundry persons, axes, plow, etc .. 36 95 



201 68 



514 «5 



106 46 

Mills Road J. F. Russell, balance 1900 35 75 

Moss Twp Road. . . .N. McDougall, balance 1900. 223 02 

Machar 10 and 11 

Road T. Bottomly, balance 1900 21 63 

Morley Twp. Road. .C. O'Neill, balance 1900 39 98 

Monck Road T. A. Fleming, balance 1900 20 75 

Massanoga 
Lake Road J. R. Perry, balance 1900 80 89 

Mclntyre-Gorham 
Road Neil McDougall, paymaster 



1,835 73 
149 92 



1901 ] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 137 



COLONIZATION ROADS.— Continued. 

McConkey East and 

Restoule Lake Rd.Langton Carr, services as overseer, 24£ days at 2.25 

do ..Postage 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 

do . . M. Carr, scraper 

do . .Sundry persons, nails, blacksmithing, etc 



McPherson Road ... A. Langlois, overseer, on account 

do . .Jules Snobb, services as overseer, 13 days at 2.25 

do ..Postjaee 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 

do . . Midland & Levesque, plow 

do . .F. Presse, services as overseer, 30 days at 2.25 . . . 

do . .Pay list, wages of men employed 

do . ,T. Cozabar, plank 



North West Road. .C. Ten nan t, balance 1900 

Nairn and Webb- 
wood Road.. J. Currier, services as overseer, 36 days at 2.00 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed . . 

do . . Sundry persons, provisions, oats, etc 

do . . do axes, blacksmithing and rent of tools 

Neighic Bridge Jos. Bell, services as overseer, 20 days at 2.25 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed , 

do . . J. Rae, plank 

do . .Sundry persons, shovels and blacksmithing 

Nipissing Road 

(Chapman). .Thomas Stewart, overseer on account , 

Nipissing Road and 
Bridges. (Card well) R. H. Young, services as overseer, 14 days at 2.25 . 

do . .Pavlist, waeres of men employed 

do . . Knicall & Young, lumber 

do . . Sundry persons, axes and spikes 



North Bay and 

Trout Lake Rd. .deo. Rancier, services as overseer, 19 days at 2.25 

do . . Pay lis*-, wages of men employed 

do . . Sundry persons, shovels, etc 



do . Pav lipt, wages of men employed 
do . . J. Bardeau, powder 






N. Himsworth Rd . .Alex. McDonald, overseer on account 

Oakley, 10 & 11 Con. 
Road Jno. Crockford, services as overseer, 18| days at 2.25 

do . . Postage 

do . . Pay list, wages of mpn employed 

do . .Sundry person , blacksmithing and shovels 



Old Man's Creek 

Bridge Thos. Langford, services as overseer, 18 days at 2.25 . 

do . . Postage 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 

do . . J. Lanerford, teaming 

do . .Sundry persons, timber and nails 

Oak Flats Road ... .0. W. Reynolds, services as overseer, 10 days at 2.25 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 

do . .Jno. Pomeroy, services as overseer, 12 days at 2.25 . . 

do . . Postage 

do . . Pay list, waeres of men emploved 

do . .Sundry rersons, shovels, blacksmithing, etc 



$ 55 12 




12 




420 40 




15 68 




9 80 






$501 12 






390 00 


29 25 




16 




135 59 




15 00 




67 50 




344 33 




10 00 






601 83 
23 56 




72 00 




421 00 




174 16 




38 53 






705 69 


45 00 


164 25 




79 20 




11 33 






299 78 
280 00 




31 50 




137 11 




25 90 




6 24 






200 75 


42 75 




328 12 




20 86 





North Harvey Rd . .R^bt. Shaw, services as overseer, 21 days at 2.50 52 50 

do . . Postage • • * * 85 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 346 54 * 

do . .S. Purner, plank and spikes 11 20 

Nogies Creek Rds. .Robt. Shaw, services as overseer, 23 days at 2.50 
do . . Postage 



253 20 
do . . Less s*le of tools ... 3 20 



40 50 


23 


67 95 


29 60 


65 79 


22 50 


130 50 


27 00 


25 


125 50 


4 59 



310 34 
do . . Less sale of tools 3 05 



391 73 



410 59 



57 50 
30 
339 50 
1 50 


398 80 


41 85 

25 

203 75 

7 35 


175 00 



250 00 



204 07 



307 29 



138 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



[No. 1 



COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued. 



Opeongo Road 

(Grattan) ... 
do 
do 
do 
do 



. Jas. Donohue, services as overseer, 25 days at 2.25. 

, Postage 

Pay list, wages of men employed 

. M . J. McCaun, plow and scraper 

Sundry persons, cedar, shovels, etc 



Opiaicon Lake Road Wm. Ritchie, services as oveiseer, 19 days at 2.25 
do . Pay list, watr.es of men employed 



Opeorjgo Road 

( Douglas) Thos. Culhace, overseer on ace ->unt 

Paipoorjge Road Neil McDougall, paymaster . 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 

do . . C. P. Railway, fares and freight 

do . .Wells & Emmerson, axes, hardware, etc 

do . . W. < >'Hearn, culvert and fctone 

do . .Sundry penons, provisions, board and washing 



Paipoonge and Blake 



Road 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Neil McDongall, paymaster ... 

Pay list, wages of men employed 

J. McGregor, laying corduroy 

Sundry persons, timber 

do provisions, box, etc 

do tools, blacksmithing, blankets, etc 



Patton Road Robt. Hale, overseer on account 

Patullo and Morley 

Road J. A. Tierney, paymaster on account 

Port Finlay Road. . N. Buchanan, services as overseer, 16 days at 2.25 . . . 

do . Postage 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 

do . .Sundry persons, dynamite, blacksmithing and freight 

Providence Bay and Martin Buck, services as overseer, 20 days at 2.25 

Kagawong Road . . Pay list, wages of men employed 

do . . T. R. Lougheed, axes, etc 



Prince Twp Roads .L. L. Londry, services as overseer, 20 days at 2.25 
do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 



Parry Sound Road. .Wm. Smith, Jr., services as overseer, 13£ days at 2.25 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 

do . . S. Earnshaw, blacksmithing, etc 



Portage Road A. Osborne, services as overseer, 20 days at 2.25 

do . . Postage 

do . .Pav list, wages of men employed 

do . . White Bros, handles, etc 



Port Sydnev Bridge. Contributions towards 

Proudfoot Twp. 

Bridge Edward Cook, overseer on account 

Papineau Road and 

Bridge J. Gillegan, services as overseer, 29 days at 2.25 

do . . Postage 

do . .Pay list, wages of men employed 

do . . Sundry persons, cedar 

do .. do tools 



Papineau Creek 

Bridge Andrew Barr, overseer on account 

Paudash Lake Road . D. H. Kelly, overseer, on account 

Pembroke and 
Mattawa Road . . . F. McCarthy, paymaster 

do Jos. Heaucamp, services as overseer, 23 days at 2.25. 

do Postage 

do Pay list, wages of men employed 

do Sundry persons, cedar 

do do axes, iron and nails 



do 



Less sale of tools. 



56 25 

10 

309 75 

20 00 

12 90 



42 75 
210 00 



1,412 81 

40 45 

62 54 

30 00 

428 10 



578 50 
109 20 
36 00 
219 28 
162 55 



36 00 

25 

208 04 

4 96 



45 00 

240 90 

14 10 


45 00 
258 25 


30 37 

167 63 

2 00 



45 00 

12 

250 23 

4 65 



65 25 

40 

247 48 

52 02 

5 67 



51 75 

25 

231 75 

111 42 

9 87 



405 04 
4 70 



$ 399 00 

252 75 
180 00 



1,973 90 



1,105 53 
590 00 



980 00 

249 25 

300 00 
303 25 

200 00 



300 00 
500 00 

460 0C 



370 72 

450 00 
290 00 



400 34 



1901 ] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 139 



COLONIZATION ROADS.— Continued. 

Portland Rd T). Leslie Amey, services as overseer, 17 days at 2.25 $ 38 25 

do Postage 10 

do Pay list, wages of men employed 195 00 

do Sundry persons, cedar and sand 15 60 

do do tools, scraper and freight 14 59 

263 54 

do Less sale of tools 8 25 



$ 255 29 
Perth Road Samuel Jamieson, overseer, on account *. 180 00 

Perth Road (Old) . . .J. M. Stoness, services as overseer, 18 days at 2.25 40 50 

do Postage ! 25 

do Pay list, wages of men employed 195 25 

do Sundry persons, dynamite, blacksmithing and tools 6 15 



Rosseau and 

Nipissing Road . . .Thos. White, services as overseer. 22£ days at 2.25 50 62 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 249 50 

do . . Wm. Kirls, hammer, etc 1 75 

Ryerson 9 & 10 

Con. Road . . . D. Copeland, services as overseer, 19J days at 2.25 

do Postage 

do Pay list, wages of men employed 

do Sundry persons, shovels, blacksmithing, etc 



298 91 
Ryerson Road, 

(rear Con. 10). . . Wm. Bishop, services as overseer, 22 days at 2.25 

do . . Postage 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 

do . .Sundry persons, tools, use of plow, blacksmithing, etc 

305 39 
Ratter Road ....... Isaac French, overseer, on account 240 00 

Rideau Narrows 

and Burgess Road.R. T. Noonan, services as overseer, 16 days at 2.25 36 00 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed .... 206 30 

do . .Sundry persons, cedar, dynamite and blacksmithing 7 55 



43 87 

20 

242 84 

12 00 


49 50 
10 

227 39 
28 40 



Ross Con. 2 Road . . J. R. McDonald, services as overseer, 11 days at 2.25 31 50 

do . .Pay list, wages of men employed 162 75 

do . . J. Mc Alister, cedar 8 00 



Ross 15 & 16 S L Rd. W. J. Toner, services as overseer, 14£ days at 2.25 32 62 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 130 38 

do . . Sundry persons, cedar 30 58 

do . . do blacksmithing, toe Is, etc 8 15 



do . . Less tools sold 



Round Lake Road. .A. Leuvert, services as overseer, 18 ^ days at 2.5 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 

do . .Sundry persons, tools, rope, repairs, etc 



201 73 
1 85 


42 07 

241 08 

16 86 



242 15 



Rabbit Mountain Rd Neil McDougall, paymaster 

do Pay list, wages of men employed 371 74 

do Wells & Emmerson, tent and stove 39 00 

do Sundry persons, provisions, etc 97 60 

508 30 

Rainy River Road. .J. A. Tierney, paymaster, on account 1,750 09 

do W. J. Westover, balance, 1900 67 84 

Rainy River Distiict 

Roads A. Luttrell. services as overseer, Attwood Rd, 20 days at 2.50 50 00 

do Postage 50 

do Pay list, wages of men employed 216 75 

do Sundry persons, provisions and cartage 102 79 

400 04 

do J. A. Tierney, paymaster, on account of Crozier, Devlin and 

Lash Roads 580 00 

do J. A. Tierney, paymaster, on acct., Dobie & Shenstone Rds 980 00 

do J. A. Tierney, paymaster, on account, Crozier and Roddick 580 00 

Ridout Road . Jas. Morton, services as overseer, 18 days at 2.25 40 50 

do Postage 25 

do Pay list, wages of men employed 261 75 



302 50 



301 87 



249 85 



202 25 



199 88 



300 01 



140 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 



COLONIZATION ROADS —Continued. 

Rockingham and 

Palmer Rapids fid. Jos. Scully, overseer, on account $270 00 

Salmon Settlem't R. Jno. Hally, balance, 1900 21 21 

Steph'n & Maca'Jy R J. McCamus, balance, 1900 20 00 

Springer Road J. Jessup, balance 1900 18 76 

South Algona Road.H. Gutz, balance 1900 20 00 

Sand ford Twp. and 
Bdg. Beaver CreekNeil McDougall, paymaster — 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 737 15 

do . .Sundry person*, provisions, supplies, etc 245 40 

do . . do tools, iron, etc 15 98 



Sandfield Twp. Rds.Wm. McDonald, services as overseer, 20^ days at 2.25 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 

do . . O. Hinds, shovels, etc 



Somes Road S. Simmons, services as overseer, 6 days at 2.25 

do . . Postage 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 

do . . S. Simmons, use of tools 



St. Joseph Island Rd. A. Pritchard, overseer, on account 90 00 

do . .E. F. Crowd-r, services as overseer, 11£ days at 2.25 25 87 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 124 25 

do . .John Hamilton, services as overseer, 9 days at 2.25 20 25 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 80 07 

do . .D. Mann, services as overseer, 8 days at 2.25 18 00 

do . . Pay list, wages of men emploj ed 84 12 

do . . A. Duncan, services as overseer, 4fc days at 2. 2d 10 62 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 40 50 

493 68 

do . . Less deducted from overseer Crowder's time 12 

South Himsworth 

Road Jas. Hitchman, services as overseer, 9^ days at 2.25 21 37 

do . . Postage 10 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 78 75 

Seguin River Bridge 

( McDougall Twp) . B Wicket, overseer, on account 990 00 

do Less municipal grant 96 75 

ShawanagaLake Rd. Jonathan Crisp, services as overseer, 18 days at 2.25. ... 40 50 

do ..Postage ^ 20 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 253 45 

do . . Sundry persons, axes, etc 6 35 

Sinclair Road . . . Hy. Field, services as overseer, 26f days at 2.25 59 40 

do . . Postage 20 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 330 22 

do . . Sundry persons, shovels, blacksmithing. etc 21 17 

410 99 

do . . Less sale of tools 10 15 



998 53 



304 12 



50 00 

Scoble Twp. Road . .Neil McDougall, paymaster- 
do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 382 37 

do . . J. & T. Piper, axes, etc 5 25 

do . . Sundry persons, provisions 131 76 

Scramble Mine and 519 38 

Rossland Road . . .G. H. Allcock, services as overseer, 13 days at 2.25 29 25 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 204 31 

do . . Postage 15 

233 71 

Shequiandah and 

Green Bay Road . .Robt. Lewis, services as overseer, 13£ days at 2.25 30 38 

do . Pay list, wages of men employed 219 00 

do . .Sundry persons, timber and shovels 8 35 

257 73 

Stewart's Bridge Henry Alton, services as overseer and teaming 20 62 

Stanley & Corbett's 

Creek Road Neil McDougall, paymaster- 
do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 1,791 24 

do ..Wells & Emmerson, tent, etc 42 60 

do . .Sundry persons, shovels, stove, blacksmithing. . 106 40 

do . . do provisions, supplies, etc 594 02 



2,534 26 



493 56 



100 22 



893 25 



300 50 



4C0 84 



1901 ] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 141 



COLONIZATION KO ADS.— Continued. 

Stanley Road 

(Humphrey) John Richards, services as overseer, 24 days at 2.25 

do . . Postage 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 

do . . Sundry persons, timber and dynamite 

do . . G. Rutherford, shovels, etc 



Stephenson and Mac- 

aulay Road Wm. Gohn, services as overseer, 16| days at 2.25. 

do . . Postage ^ 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 

do . A. Smith, lumber 

do . . Sundry persons, axes, blacksmithing, etc 



Silver Lake and 

Union Creek Road. . .0. Coben, services as overseer, 10 days at 2.50. 

do . . Postage 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 

do . . Sundry, persons, plank, etc 



South Algona Rd . .Chas. Frobell, services as overseer, 20 days at 2.25 

(between lots 10 Postage 

& 11. ) Pay list, wages of men employed 

do Sundry persons, scraper, shovels, etc 



South Algona Rd . . W. Galagher, services as overseer, 15 days at 2.25 

(to Town Line). .Pay list wages of men employed 

do Sundry persons, shovels, etc 



South Algona Rd . . Jas. D. Healey, services as overseer, 15 days at 2.25 

(lots 15 and 16) . . Pay list, wages of men employed 

do Sundry persons, scrapers, shovels, etc 



54 00 

05 

222 00 

6 00 

17 95 


37 68 

6 

245 13 

7 57 

17 70 


308 14 
8 25 


66 37 

325 39 

13 95 



Sauer Road Chas. Drefke, services as overseer, 19 days at 2.25 42 75 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 197 24 

do . . Sundry persons, shovels, etc 16 42 



256 41 
do . . Less sale of tools 5 00 



Sandy Lake Road. . . Robt Shaw, services as overseer, 10 days at 2 50 25 00 

do ..Postage 25 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 175 00 

Sharbot Lake 

Floating Bridge. . .Jas. Irwin, services as overseer, 13 days at 2.25 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 

do . . Thompson & Avery, lumber 

do do nails 

do ..H. Smith, bolts 

do . . Jas. Irwin, timber as per contract . 



29 25 


79 30 


115 32 


25 40 


22 95 


380 00 


25 00 


30 


269 25 


6 95 


45 00 


20 


224 25 


31 50 



33 75 

160 50 

8 00 


33 75 
149 «9 
21 17 



$ 300 00 



do . . Less sale of tools 

Stisted and 299 89 

Stephenson Road. . .W. P. White, services as overseer, 29£ days at 2 25 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 

do . . Sundry persons, shovels, etc 

405 71 

do Less sale of tools 7 55 398 16 

Sinclair Road, 

(Fields Corners). . .Jos. Hill, services as overseer, 15 days at 2.25. 33 75 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 147 90 

do . .J. Walker, plank 12 41 

do . . White Bros , shovels 6 45 



200 51 

Springer Road John Jessop, overseer on account ' 390 00 

Salmon Settlement 

Road . . Jas. Salmon, services as overseer, 20^ days at 2.25 45 00 

do . . Postage 25 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 211 75 



257 00 



251 41 



Sauer Road Chas. Drefke, overseer, on account of additional grant 75 00 

Scott Road D. S. Campbell, services as overseer, 15 days at 2 25 33 75 

do . .Pay list, wagfs of men employed 165 62 

do . . Gerrard and Trotter, cedar and spikes 2 00 



201 37 



200 25 



652 22 



301 50 



300 95 



202 25 



204 81 



142 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 

COLONIZATION HOADb.— Continued. 

Stafford & Bromley 

3rd Con. Road . .Theo. Godin, services as overseer, 2l£ days a* 2.25 $ 48 38 

do Pay list, wages of men employed 233 91 

do Sundry persons, shovels, dynamite, use of implement)* 23 90 

Sturgeon River Rd . ,G. Sivegney, services as overseer, 23 days at 2.25 51 75 

do Postage 20 

do Hay list, wages of men employed 42^ 98 

do Sundry persons, scraper, shovels, dynamite , 30 07 



do Less sale of tool*. 



Sudbury & Rayside .Jno. McVittie, services as overseer, 50 days at 2.25 

do Pay list wages of men employed 

do Sundry persons, shovels, picks, etc 



do Less municipal grant 

Sturgeon Falls and 

Verner Road . . . Andrew Roy, services as overseer, 14£ days at 2.25 
do Pay list wages of men employed 



Smoky Falls Bridge Felix Davy, se rvicea as overseer, 3| days at 2.25 
(repairs) Pay lisa wages of men employed 



509 00 
2 25 


112 50 

670 50 

15 53 


798 53 
100 00 


32 62 
132 74 


8 45 

9 45 



Somerville and Gal- 
way Road Robt. Shaw, cervices as overseer, 8 days at 2.50. 

do Postage 

do Pay list wages of men employed 



Springtown and 

Calabogie Road Martin Reddy, services as overseer, 16 day? at 2.25 

do Pay list wages of men employed. 

do Sundry persons, scraper, shovel-, cedar 



Siberia Road Jno. Ratz, services as overseer, 10 days at 2.25. 

do Postage 

do Pay-list wages of men employed 

do Sundry person?, shovers and cedar 



Temiscamingue 

Roads. Wm. Barry, services as overseer, 12 days at 2.25 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do T. Thompson, overseer, on account 

do J. Andersoon, overseer, on account 

do A. Burton, overseer, on account . , . . 

do H. Jelly, services as overseer, 13 days at 2.25 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do Jno. > ewton, overseer, on account 

do J. Dawson, services as overseer, 11 days at 2.25 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do H. Pellettier, services as overseer, 23 days at 2.25 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed .... 

do Norfolk and Lawlor, pul'y block and blacksmithing . . . 

do G. A. Sharpe, services as overseer, 15 days at 2.25 .... 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed ... 

do Sundry persons, scraper, blackBnuthing and use of implements 

do A. Hermist'^n, services as overseer, 20 days at 2 25 

do Postage 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do R. Parker, use of plow 

do Wm. K. Neill, overseer, on account 

do T. Taylor, services as overseer, 21 days at 2.25 . 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do W. Taylor, scraper 

do P. T. Lawlor, services as overseer, 20£ days at 2.25 . . . 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do Norfolk and Westron, shovels and blacksmithing 

do Fred Geroux, services as overseer 

d • Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do Wm. Judge, services as overseer, 20 days at 2.25 *. 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do R. Emmerson, services as overseer, 33 9-10 days at 2.25 

do Hay lists, wages of men employed .... 

do Sundry parsons, scraper, etc 

« do Jno. Richards, overseer, on account 



20 00 


30 


196 25 


36 00 


167 75 


10 00 


22 60 


21 


67 50 


10 79 


27 00 


73 40 


140 00 


95 00 


95 00 


29 25 


74 70 


240 00 


24 75 


74 50 


51 75 


3;^ 6 27 


11 98 


33 75 


245 20 


» 21 05 


45 00 


10 


154 30 


70 


240 00 


47 25 


244 04 


10 00 


45 57 


247 80 


8 50 


56 25 


251 45 


67 50 


422 00 


76 27 


414 25 


9 50 
380 00 



$ 306 19 



506 75 

698 53 

165 36 
17 90 

216 55 

213 75 

101 00 



1901 ] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 143 



OOLOJS . Z A.TLU2* R -A US —Continued. 
Temisoamiogue 

Roads. Wm. Fisher, overseer, on account $ 1,780 00 

do Jn . Grills, overseer, on account 640 00 

do R. Doughty, services as overseer, 49 days 6 hours at 2.25 . . . HI 62 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 436 70 

do Postage and stationery 2 92 

do Sundry persons, provisions, scraper, tools etc 160 89 

do Thos. Waugh, services as overseer, 14 days at 2.00 28 00 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 125 52 

do Sundry person*, plank, spikes and blacksmithing 47 76 

do, S. S. Ritchie, services as overseer, 38 days at 2.00 76 00 

do Postage 25 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 480 39 

do Sundry persons, tools provisions and supplies 271 43 

do N. M. IVlcFayden, services as overseer, 20 days at 2.25 45 00 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 255 68 

do Wm. Farrell, services as overseer, 18 ^ days at 2 25 42 41 

do Pay li»ts, wages of men employed 154 71 

do S. Norfolk, blacksmithing. 2 90 

do M. J. Sheady, overseer on account 480 00 

do S. Trevail, services as overseer, 39 days, at 2.25 72 00 

do Postage. 08 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 428 22 

do E. Monaghan, spikes 45 

do A. D. Hermiston, services as overseer, 20 days, at 2.25 45 00 

do Postage 10 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 159 40 

do A. D. Hermiston, use of scraper 25 

do S. McChesney, on account , 175 00 

do C. Caldwell, services as overseer, 16 days, at 2 25 36 00 

•do do do do 14 days, at 1.40 16 80 

do Pay lints, wages of men employed 145 13 

do Sundry persons, grindstone and canthook 3 08 



10,517 77 
do Less deducted, F. Geroux, time 2 85 



Tarantoras, 3rd Con. 

Road Jno. Harris, services as overseer, 14^ days at 2.25 32 06 

do . . Postage 10 

do . . Pay lists, wages of men employed 116 48 

do . .J. Harris, dynamite 100 



Thessalon Tp. Road . J. D. MacLenoan, overseer, on account 750 00 

do Less- municipal grant . ... 349 50 

Tennant Settlement 

Road Aug Woermke, services as overseer, 12£ days at 2.25 28 12 

do . . Postage 40 

do . . Pay lists, wages of men employed 158 13 

do . . Sundry persons, lumber, shovels and freight 24 45 



$10,514 92 

149 64 
400 50 



211 10 
do Less sale of tools 4 35 206 75 



Trillabelle Road Jno. Dwyer, services as overseer, 34£ days at 2.25 77 63 

do ... Postage 12 

do Pay lists, wages of men employed 503 87 

do Sundry persons, freight, plow, etc 2115 602 77 



Upper Pakenham RdP. B. Farrell, services as overseer, 23 days at 2.25 51 75 

do . . Postage 25 

do . . Pay lists, wages of men employed 201 02 

do . . Sundry persons, provisions, etc 56 48 

do . .J. Given*, spikes 3 50 313 00 

Vankoughnet Rd . .S. Simmons, services as overseer, 6 days at 2.25 13 50 

do . . Postage 50 

do . . Pay lists, wages of men employed 36 00 

do . . Seth McDonald, services as overseer, 49 days at 2.00 .... 98 00 

do ..Postage 100 

do . .Pay lists, wages of men employed 580 72 

do . . Sundry persons, provisions and supplies 242 24 

do . . do stove, shovels, etc 47 59 

do .. do lumber, blacksmithing and freight 35 46 



Vansickle Road Jno. Vansickl*, pecvice* as overseer, 8£ days at 2.25 19 13 

do .... Pay lists, wages of men employed 80 87 



1,055 00 
100 00 



144 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. I 



COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued. 

Verner and 

Badgerow Road. Leon Maillotte, services as overseer, 14 days at 2.25 $ 31 50 

do . . Pay lists, wages of men employed 250 65 

do . . Sundry persons, shovels, spades, blacksmithing 12 95 

$ 295 10 

Vankoughnet Road.. E. Parr, balance 1900 109 18 

Wainwright Tp. Rd.Neil McDougall, paymaster. 

do . . Pay liBts, wages of men employed 

do . J. Whalen, scraper 

do . .Sundry persons, freight and cartage 

do .. do provisions and kitchen utensils. 

758 79 

Wells road Wm. Yates, services as overseer, 33£ days at 2.25 

do . . Postage 

do . . Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do . . Dobie & Co., blankets, provisions, etc 

do . .Sundry persons, provisions etc 

do . . do tools, blacksmithing and use of scraper 

Less sale of blankets , 

West Bay and 614 45 

Shequiandah Rd. . Hy Skippen, services as overseer, 25£ days at 2.25 

do . . Pay lists, wages af men employed 

do . . Good Roads Co., 1 circle 

do . Sundry persons, shovels, axes, etc 

300 42 
Worthington and 

Blue Road A. Luttrell, services as overseer, 43 days at 2.50 

do . . Postage 

do . . Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do . .G. Sleaman, timber, etc 

do . Sundry persons, fares and freight ... 

do . . do tools, dynamite, etc 

do . . do provisions 

1,000 17 

Winter Trails C. J. Hollands, paymaster, on account . . ! 25 00 

Westphalia Road. . .Thomas Carr, services as overseer, 19 days at 2.25 42 75 

do . . Postage 50 

do . Pay list, wages of men employed 230 54 

do . .Sundry persons, tools, blacksmithing, freight, etc 26 90 





610 81 


25 00 


5 62 


117 36 


75 37 


25 


385 14 


132 81 


25 23 


23 15 


641 95 


27 50 




216 75 


20 00 


6 30 


107 50 


1 00 


558 00 


202 37 


23 30 


63 61 
44 39 



Wolf River Bridge. . Andrew Sinclair, services as overseer, 24 days at 2.25 . ; 54 00 

do . . Postage 17 

do . . Pay list, wapes of men employed 207 73 

do ..J. Ratz, timber 19 66 

do . .Sundry persons, tools and blacksmithing 20 79 

Westmeath Road . .Norman Reid, services as overseer, 18 days at 2.25 40 50 

do . Pay list), wages of men employed 173 25 

Westmeath Tp. Rd . . Jos. Primeau, services as overseer, 9 days at 2 25 20 25 

do . .Pay list, wages of men employed 72 85 

do . . Sundry persons, shovels and blacksmithing 6 60 

Westport and 

Maberley Rd. .Patk. Corley, services as overpeer, 18 days at 2.25 40 50 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 196 25 

do . . Sundry persons, timber, dynamite, etc 14 15 

White Lake and 

Burnt River Rd. .M. Mansfield, services as overseer, 16 days at 2.25 36 00 

do . .Pay list, wages jf men employed 468 75 



300 69 

302 35 
213 75 



Wilberforce Con. 

16 to 18 Road. .Hy. Kutchke, services as overseer, 20 days at 2.25 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 

do . . Sundry persons, cedar 

do . . do scraper, axes, powder, etc 



Wilberforce Lots 

15 & 16 Road. Thos. Cochrane, services as overseer, 8 days at 2.25. 

do . . Postage 

do . . Pay lift, wages of men employed 

do . . Sundry persons, cedar and use of tools 



45 00 

228 75 

13 20 

31 47 


18 00 

25 

78 00 

9 40 



99 70 


250 90 


504 75 


318 42 


105 65 



10O1 ] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 145 



COLONIZATION ROADS .—Concluded. 

Wilberforce 

Con. 8 Road. ,Wm. Lubitz, services as overseer, 15 days at 2.25 $ 33 75 

do ..Postage 25 

do . . Pay list, wages of men employed 150 63 

do . . J. D. McRae, shovels, etc 8 20 

do . . Sundry persons, timber 14 50 



207 33 
do Less sale of tools 5 39 



Wilberforce and 
Bromley T.L.Rd. .Hy. Grant, services as overseer, 16 days at 2.25 

do . . Postage 

do . . Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do . .Sundry persons, plow, axes and cedar 



Wisawasa Road . . . . C. Robert, services as overseer, 37£ days at 2.25 

do . . Postage . . 

do . . Pay lists, wages of men employed , 

do . .J. R. Groule, right of way 

do . .Sundry persons, horse hire , 

do . . do axes, dynamite, etc 



Widdiheld Road .... Jno. Bourk, services as overseer, 4 days at 2.50 

do . . Pay lists, wages of men employed 

do . . G. Rancier, labor 

do ..Sundry persons, dynamite, shovels, blacksmithing, etc. 
do . .Jno. Bourk, horse hire 



36 00 


15 


141 80 


22 95 


84 38 


37 


402 01 


31 00 


76 00 


8 06 


10 00 


397 85 


30 00 


30 23 


4 50 



Wilno Road Jno. Burant, services as overseer, 19 days at 2.25 42 75 

do . .Pay lists, wages of men employed 210 60 

do . . A. Prince, scraper ... 17 05 



270 40 
do Less sale of scraper : 8 52 



$ 201 94 



200 90 



601 82 



472 58 



261 88 



Wilberforce 5 S.L. Fredinand Sack, services as overseer, 14 days at 2.25 31 50 

Road Postage 25 

do . .Pay list, wages of men employed , 120 20 

do ..F. Sack, cedar 36 45 

do . .Sundry persons, tools and scraper 17 30 

do .. _ 205 70 

White Lake and 

Gooderham Road .Sydney Switzer, services as overseer, 14 days at 2.25 31 50 

do . .Pay list, wages of men employed 170 16 

Wahnapitae Road . .R. E. Eastwood, overseer, on account 

York River Bridge 

(on Monk Road) . . . . D. Kavanagh, overseer, on account 

Zealand Twp.Road. .Neil McDougall, paymaster 

do . .Pay list, wages of men employed ... 

do . . S. B. Black, mattocks, etc 

do . . Sundry persons, meals , 



Less refunds:— 

On account expenditure — 

Mining trails, 1900 ; 

Oak Flats Road, 1900 

Sandf ord Township Road, 1901 

Total Colonization Roads 138 801 38 



342 95 

2 25 

120 46 


201 66 
700 00 

280 00 
465 66 


25 00 
60 28 
35 32 


138,921 98 
120 60 





10 P. A. 



146 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 



CHARGES ON CROWN LANDS. 



BOARD OF SURVEYORS ($200.00). 
Secretary-Trea 1 urer Board of Land Surveyors ! To pay examiners $200 00 

AGENTS' SALARIES AND DISBURSEMENTS ($24,038.01.) 

Salary as Agent :— 

A. E. Annis, 200 00' Jno. Armstrong 500.00: D. M. Brodie, 500.00' S. G. Best, 500.00' 
T.Buchanan,26.30 P.C.Campbell,l, 600.00: E.A.Chapman, 200.00' J. D.Cockburn,500.00' 
W. Campbell, 200.00: T. G. Eastland, 300.00: Jas. Ellis, 500 00: E. Garrow, 1,400.00' 
Geo. Hamilton, 200.00' Alex. Hamilton, 186.65: E. Hardy, 500.00' W. Hartle, 350.00 

C. J. Holland, 300.00: F. Hallid ay, 1,600.00: W. Kirk, 500.00: W. Marpach, 1,600.00 ' 
H.Munro, 1,200.00: J.B.McWilliams,2,500.00: W. J. Nichols, 75.00: Jas. Reeves, 300. 00' 
W. Ruspell, 1,600.00: T. J. Ryan, 500.00: J. F. Ruttan, 226.00: J. S. Scarlett, 500.00' 
W. Stephenson, 200.00: C. R. Stewart, 500.00: Jas. Stewart. 300 00: J. R. Tait, 300.00 

Wm. Turner, 150.00: John Whelan, 300.00: A. W. Wood, 100.00: H. N. Young, 39.37' 20,453 32 

Disbursements as Agent : — 

A. E. Annis, 41.94: J. Armstrong, 27.55: D. M. Brodie, 15 98: J. D. Cockburn, 24.32' 
W. Campbell, 8.65: T. G. Eastland, '9. 54: Jamep Ellis, 15.64: E. Garrow, 80.01: 
George Hamilton, 1.16: E. Hardy, 9.87: C. J. Holland, 15.50: W. Kirk, 14.98: 
W. Margach, 1 91' Hugh Munro, 11.50: J. F Ruttan, 36.00: T. J. Ryan, 39.05: 
J. S Scarlett, 3.95: W. Stephenson, 22.66: C. R. Stewart, 8.55: Jas. Stewart, 4.50: 
John Whelan, 6.15: A. W. Wood, 2.02: H. N. Young, 40.95 442 38 

Sault Ste. Marie Agency :— 

P. C. Campbell: Accountable, 300.00: exps and disbursements, 69.22 369 22 

Parry Sound Agency :— 

F. Halliday: Trav exps and disb'mts, 168.59: Postmaster: Postage stamps, 8.00: 
J. Calderwood: Supplies, 10.64: J. McConachie: 3 days counting logs, 9 00: 

J. O'Donell : 4 days' work on dam, 6.00 202 23 

Rat Portage Agency :— 

W. Margach: Accountable, 100.00: trav exps and disbursements, 545.75: 

A.McFarlane' Clerical work in office, 191.00: J.H.Archibald: 7^ days exploring, 15.00: 
J. A. Margach: 5 days exploring, 7.50: J. Dery: 7 days do 8.75' 

Neeacho: 2 days do 5.00: J. Beerg: 5£days do 7.25: 

R. T. Corrigan : 4 dayj scaling logs, 11.50: M McOullough: 9 days assisting, 18.00: 

Austin McKay' 8 days inspecting lots, 17.50: A. L. Campbell: 9 days canoeman, 15.50: 
G.W.Morton: 69 days as teamster. 69.00: C. Marr: 7daysexplg, 8.75: trav exps, 1.25' 
J. R. McKellar: Services, 2.00: Louis Vuinia: Services, 4.00: 

Peter Fraser: Painting canoes, 5.25: J.Hutchinson: Inspecting, 10.00' 

M.Griffiths: Horseshoeing, 6.40: G. W. Smith: Letterpress, fyle, etc, 5.00: 

W. Margach: Bd. of self and men, 21 50: G. W. Morton: 69. days bd. as teamster, 64.00: 
A. L. Campbell: 6 days' board, 6.00' J. H. House: Teaming, 4.00 : 

Fares of men: J. Fraser, 10.00: R. R. Nav. Co., 101.45 ; W. G. Randolph, 12.00 : 

D. L. Gauthier, 10.00: E. F. Kendall, 5.00: A. E. Annis: Trav. Exps, 1.25 : 
C. P. R'y Co: Freight on horses to Dryden farm, 17.15: Dom. Exp. Co: Exp. chgs, 3.60: 
Scott & Hudcom: Sleighs, 73.00: Rab Portage Iron Works: Hammers, 3.00 : 
J. Hose' Axes, boxes, etc, 6.20: J. W. Stone". Canoe paddles, 3.50: 
W. King: Halters, 4.00. Delbridge Bros: Keep of horses and feed, 70.60 : 

G. W. Smith: Stationery, 16.65: News Pub. Co' Printing and stationery, 28.05: 
A. Parsons: Rent of box and postage stamos, 54 00: C.P.R. Tel. Co: Telegrams, 5.00 : 

G. H. Alcock: Wood, 8.00: W. Margach: Allowance for rent of office to Oct, 1901, 80.00 1,662 35 
Less advanced in 1900 400 00 



1,262 35 

Pembroke O thee:— 

W. Russell: Trav. expenses, 110.10: allowance for rent and fuel, Aug. '98- Aug. '00, 70.00 : 
Postmaster: Rent of box and postage stamps, 20 00: C.P.R. Tel. Co: Telegrams, 4.57: 
Can. Exp. Co: Ex. chgs, 70c: Dom. Exp. Co: Ex. chgs, 78c: S. E. Mitchell: Stat, 5.88. . 212 03 

Peterboro' Office : — 

J. B. McWilliams; Trav. expenses, 360.58: Tor. Sav. and Loan Co: Rent of office, 175.00: 
R. A. W. Hay: Typewriting, 27.94: Postmaster: Rent of box, 2.00: 

Postage stamps: Geo. Hamilton, 3.24: L. Mo wry, 28.00: A. H. Stratton & Co, 15.00: 
Postage and stationery: A. W. Wood, 1.79: Times Printing Co: 10.00: 

A. H. Stratton & Co: Stationery, 28.97: Bell Tel. Co: Messages, 16.65: 

G.N.W. Tel. Co: Telegrams, 2.02: C.P.R. Tel. Co: Telegrams, 4.53: 

Dom. Ex. Co: Exp. charges, 3.15' Can. Exp. Co: Exp. charges, 1.20: 

J.J.Turner & Sons: Tak. d'n awn's, 1.00: R.Hall &Sons: Blk goods re queen's death, 3.75 : 

Peterboro' Light and Power Co: Light, 10.00 694 82 

S. Davis ; Services caretaker Leonard island 20 00 

J. Dunkley : do Gore, Seymour & Murray 10 00 

D. Ames : do Islands Dog and Loboro Lakes 20 00 

George Bilton ' do do in Mud and loon Lakes 25 00 

George Arnold : do Lands E. Gwillimbury 25 00 

JamesStreet: do ,do 10 00 



1901 ] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 147 

CHARGES ON CROWN LANDS- Continued 
AGENTS' SALARIES AND DISBURSEMENTS- Con. 

Geo. Hamilton : Comm. on purchase Island 83 St. Joseph's Channel $11 60 

do do sale of islands 2 and 4 Lake Huron 11 20 

H, H. Miller: Valuation fee, lot 6, con. 4, Miller 7 50 

do Inspection and report on lands in Normanby 15 00 

J. S. Scarlett ' do valuation lots in Chisholm 8 50 

.T. W. Gillies : Measuring and examining lands in Carpenter . 2 50 

R. Patton : do Sunnidale 5 00 

James Ellis: Services and use of boat, 3J day?, examining- lots, Carling 7 00 

W. J. Wardrope: Services, 18 days, examining islands McGregor Bay 25 20 

D. Davidson : Livery hire re lot in Tiny 2 50 

Trav. Exps. inspecting: D. G. Ross, 55.11: Aubrey White, 7.60: C. S. Jones, 97.95: 

T. Buchanan, 35.00 195 66 



FOREST RANGING AND INSPECTION OF TIMBER LIMITS ($35,981.95). 

Services as Ranger at 5.00 per day :— 

J.L. Bremner, 1,110.00: accountable, 100.00: Jno. Bradly, 1,170.00: accountable, 100.00: 
W. P. Christie, 915.00: accountable, 100.00: C. Henderson, 1, 365 00 : accountable, 392.00: 
Jas. Halliday, 980.00: accountable, 100.00: J. C. Kennedy, 1,175.00: accountable, 100,00: 
S. M. Johnson, 1,410.00 : arrpars 1900, 99.00: accountable, 100 00: 

D F. Macdonald, 300.00: D. H. Moore, 1,370.00: accountable, 100.00: 

W. P. Malone, 765.00: accountable, 100.00: Jno. McCracken, 835.00: accountable, 100.00: 
P. McCogherty, 1,480.00* accountable 100.00: Wm. McGown, 1,140.00 acc'table, 100.00: 
Wm. Robinson, 1,175.00: accountable, 100.00: J. W. Smith, 1,175.00: 

T. G. Wigg, 1,180.00: accountable, 100.00: J. B. White, 1,115.00: arrears 1900, 290.00: 

accountable, 100 00 , \ 20,841 00 

Services as Ranger at 4.00 per day :— 

Joseph Maughan, 904.00: accountable, 100.00: O. Lewis, 172.00: A. McGillivray, 408.00: 
Thos. Mooney, 504.00 accountable, 100.00: Wm. Qoinn, 500.00: accountable, 100 00: 
Wm. Murray, 316.00: E. B. Lloyd, 924 00: accountable, 150.00: J. McLeod, 192.00.. 4,370 00 

Services as Ranker at 3 50 per day :— 

F. Sinclair: Arrears 1900, 302.50: accountable, 800.00: S. Clegg: accountable, 300.00: 
C. F. Young, 325.50: accountable, 100.00 A. C. Crawfori: Arrears 1900, 910.00: 
S. Johnston, 325.50: accountable, 100.00: J. J. Pearson, 441.00" accountable, 100: 

J. P. Regan, 455.00: accountable, 100.00: T. G. Taylor, 637.00: accountable, 100.00.... 4,996 50 
Services as Ranger at 3.00 per day : — 

Jos. Maughan* Arrears 1900, 45.82: J. McLeod: Arrears 1900, 28.50: 

J. M. Campbell, 348.00: accountable, 100.00: A. Yuill, 153.00: 

G. E. Elliott, 348.00: acc'table. 100.00: J.W.Smith, 60.00: M.G.Devine, acc'table, 100.00: 

H. L. Jervis: Accountable, 100.00 . . . 1,383 32 

A. McKay: Services, 16 days, assisting W. Margach. ... 40 00 

W.Murray: Scaling logs. 8 days, 32 CO: D. McRobie: % days assisting, 4.30 36 30 

Travelling expenses: C. Henderson, (1900) 170.49 ; 8.50: J. B. White, (1900) 123 82 ; 47.50: 
Joseph Maughan (1900) 57.52 ; 54.60: A. C. Crawford, 20.40: S. Johnston, 28 15: 

J. McLeod, 23 00: J. J. Pearson, 19.60: C. Lewis, 49.35: W. P. Malone, 43.20: 
J. P. Regan. 35.10: J. L. Bremner, 98.69: A. McGillivray, 96.75: J. McCracken, 18.45: 
J. M. Campbell, 39.78: W. Quinn, 23.45: J. C. Kennedy, 66.10: T. G. Taylor, 88.42: 
Wm. Murray, 39.75: Jas. Halliday, 7.10. A. Yuill, 39.00: E. B. Lloyd, 93.35: 

W. Robinson, 81.65: D. F. Macdonald, 38.88: D. H. Moore, 91.23: W. P. Christie, 8.40: 
T. G. Wigg, 21.25: Jos. Maughan, 10.00: J. W. Smith, 76.22: P. McCogherty, 12.30. . 1,632 00 
C. A. McCool: Supplies for J. L. Bremner, 14.10: N. La Brosse: Self and canoe, \\ days, 6.75 20 85 

Can. Canoe Co Canoe, J.L. Bremner, 38.00: W.M.Buchart: Camp sup. J.M.Campbell, 2.45 40 45 

S. Collins' Assisting A. C. Crawford, 8 days 12 00 

W. Murray to pay: A. Lunn: Hire of horse, 30.00: H. Williams: Oats, 8.40: 

•James Harty : Board at camp, 4.00: Tiernay & Eraser: Hay, 3.00 45 40 

John Brady to pay: Can. Exp. Co: Charges, 50c* Dom, Exp. Co: Exp. chgs, 1.25: 

stationery, 1.46: postmaster: postage stamps, 2.19 5 40 

J. B. White to pay : — W. H. Plummer: Provisions, blankets and cooking outfit, 39.29* 
M. McLeod: Provisions, 13.70: F. J. Hinsperger: Tent, 7.50: 

J. Seward: Teaming supplies, 6.00: S. Biron: 30 days labor, 60.00: 

S. Johnston, 29 days' labor, 58.00: C. Cadotte: 6 days' labor, 12 00: 

Algoma Central Ry: Fare of self and Biron, 6.00: Meals of self and Maughan, 3.00. . 205 49 

C. Henderson to pay : — G. H. Lemon: Provisions, 11.90: Cockburn & Son: Provisions, 5.95: 
T. Pickard: Teaming canoes, 4.00: Dom. Exp. Co: Charges on canoes, 6.00" 

C.Moriette: Teaming canoes, 2.00: provisions,2.00: J.S.Sharp: 21 days' assisting, 42.00. . 73 85 

W. Robinson to pay :— G. W. Davey: Provisions, 27. 54: J. Koch: Provisions, 4.00: 

J. Cahill. Cooking, etc, 25 days, 50.00' J. Montgomery: Assistant, 25 days, 50.00: 

W. Cresweli: 1 day, self and canoe, 2.00 133 54 

J.L.Bremner to pay :— Northern Hardware Co: Tools, 3.28: A. R. Flockhart : Supplies, 63.16: 
Cartage :— Sherwood Bros, 5.00: J. Bamegig, 4.00: G. Kaboosa, 14.00: 
Garden River Store: Hire of canoe (2 months), 11.00: Dom. Ex. Co* Chgs. on canoe, 6 60: 
J. Lang: Assistant (13£ days), 20.25: O. Harcourt: Assistant (42£ days), 63.75: 
S. Lasage: Assistant (29 days), 43.50 234 54 



148 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 

CHARGES ON GROWN LANDS— Continued. 

FOREST RANGING AND INSPECTION OF TIMBER LIMITS— Con. 

S. M. Johnston to pay :— J. T. Wait: Rent of office. 50.00: postage, telegrams, etc, 62.38. . $112 38 

P. C. Campbell to pay :— W.H. Plummet-: Supplies, 83.28" J.B.White: Snow shoes, 13.00' 
Services as Assistant : — S. Jollincan, 50.00: T. Boisineau, 48.00: M. Kennedy, 54.00: 
S. Biron, 12.00: C. Biron: Cook, 36 00: J. G. Sherwood: Cartage, 1.00: 
C. A. McKinnon". Use and rep'g snow shoes, 2.00: A. Templeman: Livery hire, 12.00: 
J.B.White: Trav. exps, 5.40: cartage, 75c: Garden R. Store Co: Meals for men, 2.00.. 319 43 

Services check'g returns:— W.F.Trivett at2.00perday,640.00: W.Carrellat 2.00 perday,730.00 1,370 00 
D. G. McPher&on: Estimating timber, 28.00: insp. timber berth S. Thunder Bay, 12.00. . 40 00 

T. G. Taylor: Examining logs, 13 days, 45.50: travelling expenses, 24.00 . . 69 50 

FOREST RESERVE ($4,669.49). 

A. W. Wood Twelve months' salary as Guardian, 250.00: trav. expenses, 25.80. . 

H. Munro . do Ranger 

L. Loughrin ' Services as Chief Fire Ranger at 3.00 per day 

Fire Rangers at 2.50 per day :— Isaac Dent, 405 00: John Turner, 377.50: 

F* Jno. Easton, 400.00: P. McGregor, 337.50 

Fire Rangers at 2.00 per dav :— H.S.Southworth, 258.00: P.Young, 316.00: Joe Friday,120.00 

F. H. Wensley: Services as Fire Ranger at 1.50 per day 

Travelling expenses and board :— H. S. South worth, 86 50: P. Young, 101.60 

Trav. expenses:— Isaac Dent, 27.20: Jno. Turner, 4.40: Jno. Easton, 29.50" P. McGregor, 5.55 

Jno. Turner: To pay for canoe, 12 00: tent fly, etc. 6.00. rent of camp, 13.00: 
lumber, 3.00 : hardware, 4.30 

W. Petrant: To pay for lumber, 4 00: hire of saw, 2.00: hire of boat, 5.00: 
grind stone, 4.00: use of tools, 1.50: use of canoe, 6.75 

L. Loughrin : Travelling expenses and disbursements 

L. Loughrin, to pay Hudson's Bay Co: Brushes, paints and hardware, 11.50: 2 canoes, 20.50: 

frw postage stamps, 1.52: S.Tongue: Rep'g canoe, 3.50: 10 paddles, 10.00' 

P exp. chgs, 2.00 Benson Co: Blankets, 32 50 Rice, Lewis & Son, 6 compasses, 7.50. . 

Alex. Hamilton ' Tools, 19.05 ! L. H. Timmins & Bro : 4 tents, 27.90 

M. Matthias : Allowance for horse killed while working for Gov't 

P. Pigeon: Axes, shovels, etc, 28 80: Aikenhead Hardware Co: Flag, 11.30 

J. A. & N. Fink: Pipes, tinware, etc, 4 70: sash, glass, paint, etc, 12.48: pails and cups, 4.75 

H. G. Woods: Saw and handles, 5.00: rent of stoves, 7.00. . 

J. Dent : Bark canoe, 15.00 . Mi Mi (Indian), bark canoe, 12.00 

Joseph Turner : Services as guide at 2.00 per day 

Fire Rangers at 2.00 per day :— M. Matthias, 65.00: W. Petrant, 254.00: 
Jos. Turner, 258.00: J. B. Matthias, 2.50: J. McLean, 2.50. . Geo. Turner, 2.50: 
W. Petras, jr, 19.25. . T Titie, 2.50: W. Peshabo, 2 50: T. Whitebear, 8.50: 
T. Petras, 22.75: M. Calt. 15.00: Matthias Calt, 10.00: Big Paul, 12.00: 
P. Missabie, 12.00: P. Kiwagima, 8.00: C. Moor, 5.00' Antoine Calt, 9.00: 
Jas. Friday, 80.00 79100 

FIRE RANGING ($29,624 62.) 

James Hillis: Services as Ranger at 4.00 per day 236 00 

Services as Rangers at 3.00 per day :— W. P. Christie, 342.00: board,59.40: trav. exps,8.40: 

A. J. O'Neill, 450.00: trav. exps, 4.40: A. McGillivray, 327.00: trav. exps, 166.00. 1,357 20 
Services as Rangers at 2.50 per day :— H. A. Wilson, 152.50: accountable, 100.00: to pay 
James Haste for 9 days' assistance, 11.25: Frank Bryan, 135.00: trav. exps, 7.40: 

to pay assistants: F. Davis, 10 days, 12 50: J. Cowil, 36 days, 45.00 board 

«. "i of assistants. 23 00: J. A. Dery, 145,00: to pay J. Moore for 59 days 

assistance, 80.58: board of J. Moore, 34.00: J. A. Margach, 132.50: 

travelling expenses, 7.10* hire of canoe, 7.00: to pay assistants: Jno. English, 

16 days, 28.00: F. Singleton, 23 days, 40 25: H. Wickens, 12 days, 21.00: 

fry James Ruxton, 247.50 : travelling expenses, 14.40 1,243 90 

Services as Ranger at 2.00 per day :— D. Stewart, 10.00: board, 2.50: H. Judd, 10 00. 

board. 2.50: J. D. Macdonald (on acc't), 225.00' J. Gardiner (on acc't), 350.00. . 

„ Ben Roberts, 130.00: Wm. Brady, 79.00: E. Barron, 118.00: E. McDougall, 18.00: 

D Graville, 33.00: Jas. Baker, 125 00: Jas. Cooney, 119.00: A. G. Boland, 102.00: 

1 R Piper, 131 00: Jas. Avery, 131 00 : H. R. Brown, 131.00: T. Warren, 131.00: 

M Malloy.51.00: J.P.Co?grove,98.00: Geo.Cahill,107.00: D.D.McGillivray,127.00: 

J Lvle, 105.00: A. Brum, 108.00: Peter Nolan, 122.00: C. Plourd, 131.00: 

v G M. Aikens, 42.00: W. A. Allan, 34.00' A. Yuill, 54.00: G. M. Cardiff, 84.00: 

W.J. Nicholson, 43. 00: W.Richardson, 24. 00: R. Buchanan,50.00 : C.E.Rawson,88.00: 

' Peter Lesage, 106.00: Jas. Cunier. 106.00: J. Sergison, 94 00: A. Laundrie, 99.00: 

f F Fairburn, 78.00: T. A. Wood, Jr, 112.00: Wm. Young,106.00: J. Scoular,79.50: 

' Jas Labelle,120.00' O. Saucier, 120. 00: L. P. Didier, 120.00: Jno. Kirkpatrick, 69.00: 

W A. Fraser, 118.00: R. Durrell,99.00: Jno. Crombie,118.00: Geo. Archer ,118.00: 

' Z Soucie, 124.00: T. David, 129.00: J. Campbell, 127.00: A. McCall, 73.00: 

r JP Labrash,71.00: A.Fraser,131.00: R.F.McFarlane, 131.00: R.E.McCogherty.92.00: 

i C Hurd, 77.00: G. McKenzie, 115.00' A D. Mclnnes, 124.00 A. Labour, 131.00: 

», W. S. Newel, 102.00." D. Crawford, 115 00 : J. Potvin, 130.00: D. Cartin, 117.00: 



275 80 


100 00 


498 00 


1,520 00 


694 00 


145 50 


188 10 


66 65 


38 30 


23 25 


56 89 


89 02 


46 95 


25 00 


40 10 


21 93 


12 00 


27 00 


10 00 



1901] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



149 



CHARGES ON GROWN LANDS— Continued. 



FIRE RANGING-Om. 



Jos. Simons, 131.00 • J. Burton, 106.00: H. May, 131 00: O. Smith, 136.00: 

C. Duret, 109 00: E. LeClair, 131.00. J. Laviere, 131.00: F. W. Scott, 129.00: 
J. McFadden, 98.00: M. Regan, 123. 00: D. Jonasen,120.00: Jas. Grantham, 130. 00' 
A. McNab, 131.00: O. Paquette, 72.00: W. McMartin, 106 00: J. Shiels, 131.00: 
J. Burns, 123.00: T. Millichamp, 124.00: J. Finnerty, 62.00: C. Haley, 131.00: 
N. Generaux, 126.00: T. Walters, 130.00: J. Scantlin, 128.00: H. Dennison,131,00: 
R. Kennedy. 120.00: J. Winters, 120.00: P. Smith, 131.00: A. McDonell, 131.00: 
J. M. Campbell,82.00: R. McGarvey.12l.G0: W. Boland,131.00: G. Turner, 131. 00: 
P. T. O'Neill. 76.00: M. James, 124.00: A May, 131.00: C. Grenkie, 127.00: 
P.Sheridan 131.00: A. Mc Mullen, 121. 00: A.T.McGarry,125.00: Wm.Johnston,100.00: 
T. Aussart, 24.00: J. Youmans, 71.00' J. C. Thomson, 131.00: O. Le Blanc, 131.00: 
J. St. Amows, 60.00: P Lemy re, 73.00: A. McDermid, 130.00: A. Harvie, 123.00' 

F. Gould, Jr, 121.00: Jno. Fraser, 96.00: M. Mnlvihill, 104.00: R Con way, 131. 00: 
M. Hayes, 120.00: I. Dnfond, 133.00: A. McAdams, 84 00" Thos. Bromley, 131.00: 
R.F.Wilkinson,123.00: A.Strachan,128.00: T.G.Robinson,103.00: Jas. McCaffrey, 131. 00: 
A. Gorceon,132.00: Jas. Aylward,94.00: Jno. Dawkins,131.00: R.McElvoy, 106.00: 
W. McKay, 106.00: Irvine Kelly, 44.00: T. Cousins, 129.00' Jas. Orwea, 110 00: 
A. D. Grozelle, 126.00: T.W. Humphreys, 131 00: H.Treadeau. 128.00: B.Swezey, 131.00: 
R.O. Wells, 106.00: T.R. Christie, 132.00: W. McDermott, 106.00: T. Robinson, 103.00: 
J. Drossier. 131.00: L.G. Randall, 125.00' A. McKay, 112.00: J.S.Morrishougb, 127.00' 

G. Grant, 105.00: F. Lyons, 136.00: D. A. Ritchie, 115.00' D. McDonald, 130.00: 
T. Skeen, 131 00: T. Coghlan, 131.00: H. Campbell 70 00: J. Oram, 131.00: 
Geo. Cole, 127.00: J. McAdam, 107 00: S. Brannon, 116.00: Geo. Deane, 115 00: 
J. H. Finlayson. 131.00: J . Reynolds, 127.00: J. H. Munro, 139.00 

A. J. Mercer: Services as Ranger at 1.75 per day 

Services as Ranger at 1.50 per day :— G. Pickens, 18 75: W. Cresswell, 27.00: 

D. Fitzpatrick, 75.75 J. Warron, 98.25 ' W. Myles, 98.25: A. Groulx, 39.00 . 
Services as Ranger at 1.25 per day :— J. C. Armstrong, 81.88: W. Gagnon, 81.87: 

E. Vaudette, 49.38. E. Le Blanc, 81.87 ... 

Services as Ranger at 1.00 per day :— J. S. Rooney, 53.00: P. J. Mcllroy, 65.50 

L. Smith : Services as Ranger at 40.00 per month 

L. Loughrin ' Extra allowance at 50c per day (1900) 

To pay Hudson's Bay Co Supplies (1900) 

Speight VanNostrand & Ward : Canoe for W. Margach 

E. Hall ' 2 tents for W. Margach 

Hudson's Bay Co: Pack straps for W. Margach ... 

G. A. McGrath ' Services caretaker islands Lake Ni pissing, 1900 

O.Leveille : Bal. overcher. timb'r dues collect'd by Ranger McGrath and not account'd for by him 

Assistance extinguishing fires :. . 

N. & A. Dyment, 398.95: Thos. Markil, 51.88: A. McLeod, 14.00- J. R. Booth, 46 10: 
Ontario Lumber Co, 69.75: E. Hall, 9.00: Conger Lumber Co, 12.38: 

Booth & Gordon, 17.50: Rathbun Co, 5.00: Kelling & Co, 8.44 

Hull Lumber Co, 102 79 : McLachlin Bros, 717.28: Pembroke Lumber Co. 20.51: 

T. Cunningham, 1.25: Dickson Co, 54.63: Mickle, Dyment & Son, 60 55 . 

C.A.McCool Co, 38.25: Sims Bros, 126.88: Munro Lumber Co, 23.25: A.Barnett, 38.74. . 

Services as Ranger at 2.00 per day :— 

T. Cunningham, 131. 00: J. W. Smith. 130. 00: Jno. Cleary,112 00: T. Darrell, 126.00: 
Jas. Johnston, 131.00: Jas. Amo, 123 00 ' J. Gagnon, 47.00: T. Grawberger,131.00: 
F Columbus, 131.00 W. Casselman, 131.00: E. Barron, 131.00: D. Mcllroy, 131. 00: 
H. Pilon, 121.00- E.R. McColgan, 105.00. N. Verrault, 53.00: Geo. Jackson, 127.00: 
R. Thaxter, 131.00' E. B. Weart, 131.00' Thos. Marks, 104.00: D. McGuly, 131.00: 
Peter NolaD, 131.00: M. Vien, 131.00 G. M. Cardiff, 131.00: M. J. Scott, 131.00: 
Jno.Leckie,13100' P. McGuire, 131.00: B. E. Long, 114.00: E. McFadden, 131.00: 
C Plound, 131.00: A. G. Roland, 100.00' Jos. Sproat, 80.75: M. Malloy, 124.00: 
Jno. O'Connor, 127.00: D. Mcintosh 106.00: D. Cushing, 85.00: P. Maher. 130.00: 
J. Cassidy, 32 00: P. D. Volker, 131.00: J. McDermott, 106.00: W. McGrath, 70.00: 
L. BelloP, 133 00: A B. Dunn, 131.00: T. Nadeau, 87.00: C. Collins, 108 00: 
D. Raville, 106.00' H. Lamothe, 131.00: J Guthrie, 130.00: A. McLeod, 127.00: 
C. Forbes, 114. 00: T. Dunn, 131.00: G. Campbell, 131.00: P. Bernard, 131.00: 
W. Paull, 131 00' G. Ritchie, 131.00: J. A. Taylor. 79.00: P. Foley, 131.00: 
H. Dechambault, 131.00 



$17,608 50 


100 63 


357 00 


295 00 


118 50 


100 00 


73 50 


15 26 


17 00 


10 75 


6 00 


25 00 


10 50 



1,817 13 



6,674 75 



Less refunds by owners of timber 



30,066 62 

442 00 

29,624 62 



CULLERS' ACT ($95.47). 



S. M. Johnston : Rent of room, furniture, etc, Arnprior 4 50 

Advertising: News Pubg. Co, 23.12: Star Ptg. Co, 7.00: Miner Pubg. Co, 7.20 .... 37 32 

Travelling expenses : Hugh Munro, 13.45 : J. B. McWilliams, 36.20 49 65 

D. L. Mather : Services as examiner 4 00 



150 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 

CHARGES ON CROWN LANDS— Continued. 
CROWN TIMBER AGENCY, QUEBEC ($2,005.02). 

Byron Nicholson: Twelve months Balary as agent), 1,400.00: accountable, 50.00 $1,450 00 

T. Harvey: Services as messenger, 150.00: Inland Revenue Dept. : Rent of office, 125.000 275 00 

Postmaster: Rent of Vox and poet, stamps, 19.00: W. J.&G. Mulroney: Post, stamps, 6.00 25 00 

W. J. & G. Mulroney : Stationery, 3.25 : V. Giroux : Disinfectants, 1 . 25 4 50 

Mary Dueran: Office cleaning, 13.00: fl. Braden. Cab hire, 9.50 22 50 

G.N.W. Tel. Co. : Telegrams 4 73 

Subscriptions: Globe Ptg. Co., 4.00: Quebec Chronicle, 3 .00 7 00 

Byron Nicholson: Allowance for trav. expenses to Toronto, 200.00: disbursements, 1.67: 

to pay express, cab hire, telephoning, etc., 14 ,62 216 29 

CROWN TIMBER AGENCY, OTTAWA ($2,938.38). 

E. J. Darby .' Twelve months salary as agent , 1,250 00 

S. C, Larose: do clerk 900 00 

Sun Life Insurance Co. : Rent of office 500 00 

E. G. Rainb^th: Retainer as surveyor 1900, 200.00: C. W. Mitchell: Ptg. forms, 6.00. . . 206 00 

Free Press: Letter heads, 5 00: Jas. Hope & Son: Stationery, 23.35 28 35 

Postmaster: Rent of box and postage stamps, 24.44" Might Directory Co, : Directory, 3.00 27 44 

Graves Bros. ' Water cooler and strainer, 3.90: Boyden Furniture Co. : Sett cantors, etc ,1.70 5 60 

Ottawa Electric Light Co . : Light, 3 . 95 : Ontario Gazette : Subscription, 4 . 00 7 95 

E.J. Darby: Travelling expenses and disbursements, 7.62: petty office expenses, 5.42. . 13 04 

SURVEYS ($17,182.35). 

T. B. Speight: Balance survey, Base Line, District Nipissing 

Alex. Niven: do do do and Algoma 

J. W. Fitzgerald : do Townships Latchford and Bertram 

A. H . McDougall : Advance survey, Townehip Conmee 

G. A. McCubbin : do do Firstbrook 

D.J. Gillon : do do Shenstone 

Alex. Niven : do Base and Meridian Lines, Algoma 

T . B . Speight : do Base Lines do 

J. G. Sing: Services, survey Base Line, Islands Georgian Bay at 7.00 per day, 161.00: 
and at 6.00 per day, 72.00: rations, 54.00: transportation party and outfit, 30.00: 

assis. cook and chainman, 105.05 : hire of boats 27 days, 13.50 ' drawing paper, etc. 4.00 

J. F. Whitson: To meet pay lists, surveying and estimating timber limits, Nipissing, 581.00: 
trav. expenses and disbursements, 28.75 . 

C. P. Ry. Co. : Fght chgs, 2.98: fares, 44.75: Lunsden Steam. Co, fht chgs & fares, 54.20 

Louis Beremgente : Teaming, 15 . 25 : I jaac Bunnah : Teaming, 7 . 25 

Dom . Express Co . : Express charges, 4.00: J . G . McDonell : Pack straps, 5 . 75 

Supplies: J. A. & N. Fink, 127.50: Geo. L. Lamothe, 3.70: A. Lumsden, 2.98 

P. Pigeon: Cooking utensils, canoes and axes, 43.68: Lumsden Steamboat Line, canoe, 15.50 

D . Pike Coy. : Pack sack for blankets, etc,, 3.90: T. Eaton Co. : Blankets, 4.3S 

J. F, White . Rent of canoe, 8.25: J. Foster: Repairing instruments, 3.50 

W . Galbraith : Survey and plan of Islands in Muskoka 

F.J. Patten: Services, survey of limits 161 and 167—19 days, 133.00: to pay assis., 62.38 : 

travelling expenses and disbursements, 53 . 90 

J . W . Fitzgerald : Survey of sandy islands in Nipissing 

J. H. Shaw: Services survey part Township Hardy, 140 00; to pay assistants, 5.50: 
supplies, 27.70 : travelling expenses and disbursements, 5 . 25 

A. H. McDougall: Services survey part Township Mclntyre, 77.00: to pay assists., 79.87: 
travelling expenses and disbursements, 31 . 87 

A. H. McDougall: Services survey Blocks A. B. C. and D., Thunder Bay District, 147.00: 
to pay assists., 144.00 meals, tents, etc, 8.90' R. Fisher: Trapt. of men &supps, 17.10: 
Dobie&Co - Supls, 59.86: A.Smith Supls, 29.87: Nor. Shore Timber Co : Suppls, 15.00 

Speight, Van Nostrand & Ward: Services survey part town plot Dryden, 150.00: 
to pay assistants, 35 .01 : travelling expenses, etc . , 4 . 97 

Jas. Foster : Repairing instruments . 

Rice Lewis & Son 150 surveyors posts, 112.50: C P. Ry. Co. : Fght. chg«. on posts, 85c 

C . Tarling & Co . : Mounting maps 

Copp Clark Co. : 1,000 extra copies N. part Nipissing and Algoma, 25.00: 

2,000 maps Sudbury Mining District, 50.00: 5,000 maps Temiscaming District, 165.00: 
folding, 10.00 11,000 maps Rainy River District, 365.00: 5,000 maps N Nipng, 345.00: 
1,000 maps timber berths Thunder Bag, 80.00: 2,000 maps Townships, 240.00 

Toronto Lithographing Co. : 14,000 maps townships 

J. F. Whitson: Twelve months salary as draughtsman 

H. Treeby: do do 

MINING DEVELOPMENT, RAT PORTAGE OFFICE, ($1,680.53). 

L. C. Charles worth : Twelve months salary as surveyo. and draughtsman 

C. W. Winder : Clerical services, 60.00: L. K. Cameron, stationery, 17.10 

L/C. Charlesworth : Trv. exp., 100.55 : to pay G. W. Smith, stationery. 8.10: cl'ng office, 9.00 



818 75 
204 00 
1,448 77 
1,713 74 
1,617 00 
1,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 


439 55 


609 75 

101 93 

22 50 

9 75 

134 18 

59 18 

8 23 

11 75 

30 00 


249 28 
91 84 


218 45 


188 74 


421 73 


189 98 
10 20 

113 35 
18 70 


1,280 00 
345 00 

1,200 00 
626 00 


910 00 

77 10 
117 65 



rniiigs, 1.00 

) .... 


$24 31 
6 30 




360 00 
180 00 




5 17 


($7,800.08). 





1901 1 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 151 



CHARGES ON GROWN LANDS— Continued. 

MINING DEVELOPMENT, RAT PORTAGE OFFICE-<7ow. 

A.J. Parsons : Rent of box and postage stamps, 23.31: E. Hall, repairing awnings, 1.00 
D.Philip :^ Repairing typewriter, 3.50 • Dominion Express Co., charges, 2." 

S. S. Scovil : Twelve months' rent of office , 

C. W. Chadwick : 6 months do 1900 

C. P. Railway Co . , freight charges on maps 

MINING INSPECTIONS, EXPLORATIONS, ETC. 

D . G . Boyd : Twelve months' salary as inspector 1,000 00 

C. DeKalb: Seven do inspector of mines . 583 00 

A. P. Coleman: Twelve do geologist 500 00 

W. G. Miller: Services geologist, field work 1900 ... 500 00 

Belleville office: 

J. W. Wells: Salarv as assayer, 1,000. 0u" laboratory assist., C. W. Dickson, 123.50: 
F. J. Thorp, 152.00 : W. H. Clark, 33.00: Grinding rock, G. Coleman, 2 . 25 : 

W.A. Lazier, 2.00: A. Weebur, 1.00: H. McCoy, 1.00: Eimerfe Amend, Water motor 26.10: 
Lyman, Sons & Co. : Analysis outfit, 25.50: Smith & Thompson: button balance, 154.35: 
Map and School Supply Co.: Combination furnace and analytical balance, 75.00: 
Hart Bros. & Lazier Grates, tile, acids, etc., 21.99 ; Baker & Co, : Crble. triangles, 13.17: 
Rogers H'dwre store : gas, retorts, cocks, etc., 5.00; W. McGie stove furn., pipes etc., 75.95: 
iurnace, 20 . 00 : sink, 24 . 00 : gas stove, 3 . 50 : plastering, etc . , 42. 55 : 

M. Murray: Mineral cabinet, 8.00 : W. W. Chown & Co. : gal v. iron w'k, pipe, etc. 16.42: 
S. T. Harris, carpentering and tinsmithing, 65.95: Alex. Ray: Chemicals, 795.63: 
Repairing furnace: James Ross, 1.50: R. Harris, 6.00: 

Belleville Gas Co. : Gas for laboratory and furnace, 63.01: Water w ks. dep. : water, 23,00: 
C. C. Leavens: Nut coal, 7 tons, 42.00: L. K Cameron: stationery, 16.89: 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter: Printing, 21.46: Belleville Sun Printing and stat'nry, 20.40: 
Union Pub. Co. : Directory, 3.00: Coll . of Customs : Duty charges, 14.35: 

C.P.R. Tel. Co. : Telegrams, 1.47: G. T. Ry. Co.: Freight charges, 2 98: 

Dom. Exp. Co,: Charges, 12.00: Canadian Express Co.: Charges, 15.60: 

J. W. Wells: Travelling expenses and disbursements, 100.75: 

Can. Mining Review: Extra copies paper, 5.10: Sundry newspapers" Subscriptions, 22.85: 
Postmaster: Rent of box, 2.00. A.A.Gibson: Postage stamps, 77 . 75 : 

C. F. Nicholson: Mining views, 10.00* 

Kelley's Directory Co, : Directory of merchants, manufacturers, etc., 9.00: 
Supplies for laboratory: N. Jones, 1.15: E. F. Dickens, 5.00: J. G. Frost, 8.75: 

F. J. Thorp, 2.75: R. A. Anderson, 4.10: J. W. Wells, livery hire, 1.25: 

S. T. Harris, carpenter work new premises, 112.45: Cartage, T. Soole, 1.50: 

F. Butler, 25c: S. Burrows, 40c. : F. J. Thorp, cleaning windows, 4.50: 

Mrs. Hart:' Scrubbing, 4.25 3,305 32 

C. DeKalb: Accountable. 150.00: W. G. Miller: Trav. expenses, 134.40" 

J. G. Ramsay & Co.: Photo supplies, 3.00". W. Tyrrell & Co. : Tracing linen, 1.00: 

Michie & Co. : Provisions, 1.50: Hudson's Bay Co. : Supplies and outfit, 49.65: 

Dom. Exp. Co.: Charges, 2.50" ' 

R. J. Lindsay : Materials and making boxes for camp outfit, 10.05. 

Services as guide at 1.50 per day : Wm. Friday, 75.00: W. C. LeHeup, 75.00 502 10 

Michipicoton Office : 

Hudson's Bay Co.: Rent of office, 60.00: Geo. Armstrong, postage stamps, 6.00: 

J. Andre, wood, 3.00" painting canoe, 2.00: Services guide and cook, 12.00: 

Hudson's Bay Co. : Zinc, oil, etc., 6.23: Hire of steamer, 5.00: Supplies, 6.56: 

Armstrong & George: Bacon, 1.89" A. Modeste" Bread, 1.20: 

Algoma Central Ry: Charges, 7.38: E. Schafer: Hire of stage, 3.00: 

British Am. Exp. Co.: Charges, 1.65: Globe Printing Co. : Subscription, 1.00: 

D. G. Boyd: Trav. expenses and disbursements, 67.55 , 184 46 

A.P.Coleman: Disbursements re Geological survey, 

G. F. McKay. Assistant, 67 days, 134.00: J. A.Johnson: Assistant, 87 days, 174.00: 
A. H. A. Robinson" Rock analysis, 20.00: J. Forde: Developing negatives, 2.15: 
C. Lamb: Making 79 rock sections, 7.90 E. Hall: Sample bags, 2.50: 
A. Britnell: County maps, 6.00: Jas. Foster: Dial compass, 40.00: 
W. Deane. Repg. and ptg. canoe, 4,00: W. H. Plummer & Co. : Pack straps, 3.10: 
Supplies: Armstrong & Walker, 1.70: Bauldry & Smart, 11 89: J. E. Gibson, 2.76: 
Ben. Almos, hire of boat, 10.00: D. L. Guthrie, hire of steamer, 2 days, 20.00: 
Vannevar & Co., Note books, 2.00: Dom. Exp. Co., charges, 3.25: 
Livery hire: J. J. Mackey, 2.08: J. A. Allen, 1.50: Algoma Central Ry: Frt. chgs. 1.43: 
C.P. Ry. Co: Freight charges, 11.10: W. McDonald: Assistant, at 40.00 per mo., 20.00 
H. B. Holbrook: Services as guide, 12 days, 22.25: E. E. Booth: serv. as guide 2 days 4. 00 : 
A. B. Willmott: Reading barometer, 10.00: Services as canoeist, E. Malone, 6.00: 
Johnston Kim, 2.50: F. Coty, 13.50: J. Pelletier, 14.50: 

A. P. Coleman : Trav. expenses and disbursements, 483.04 : 1,037 15 

Rice Lewis & Son : Steel tape 8.00: Can. Exp. Co: Charges, 1.50 9 50 

W. E. H. Carter: Trav. exps., 176.55: To pay O'Neil & Hobin: Jars, 80c. : 

J. Bruce: Films, 1.20 . ... 178 55 



152 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 



CHARGES ON GROWN LANDS— Concluded. 

COLLECTION OF MINERALS ($500.00). 
F. N. Gibbs : On account collection silver ores and gold samples $500 00 

MINING SCHOOLS, ($42,069.45.) 

School of Mining, Kingston : Grant for maintenance of school 18,500 00 

do do Grant towards erection buildings, (Cap. 44, 1 Edw. VII) 22,500 00 

W. D. Goodwin : Services summer mining classes, 71 days 3f>5 00 

M. B. Weekes: do do 69 days, 345.00: trav. expenses, 50.77... . 395 77 

W. D. Goodwin: Travelling expenses and disbursements, self and M. B. Weekes 318 68 

DIAMOND DRILLS, ($3,485.70.) 

Oscar R. Smith : Services as manager 993 35 

E.K.Roche: do 954 50 

Assistants at 2.50 per day: Geo. Donaldson, 316.25: Jos. Smith, 85.00: F. Lundy, 126.25: 

Geo. McDonald, 6.25: A. Hargin, 10 00 543 75 

R. McCormack : Services as assistant at 2.25 per day 618 76 

Services as assistant at 2.00 per day: R. McCormack, 52.00: Russell Holden, 25.00: 

Samuel Owen, 600.00: W. C. Chapman, 120.00' E. Patterson, 44.00: J. Morceau, 241.00: 
Jno. Donaldson, 26.00: G. Loudet, 24.00: P. McNab, 119.00: S. Collins, 5.00: 

Jas. Waugh, 52.00: J. Roushorn, 182.00: Robt. Pierce, 94 00: F. Armstrong, 162.00: 

N. Beaudoin, 128.50: D. Ben ville, 6.00: J. Dumphy, 68.00 1,948 50 

Services as assistant at 1.60 per day: John Baker, 65.10: W. T. Miller, 39.20 104 30 

do 1.50 do W. B. Featherston, 10.50: E. Gordier, 6.00: 

Frank Jenkins, 55.36: O. O. Trussler, 54.00: H. Kettles, at 1.40 per day, 100.80 226 66 

Services as assistant at 1.25 per day". C. Kettles, 7.50: A. Brownlee. 750 . . 15 00 

N. H. Sleeman: Loading drill, 3.00: P. W. Ellis & Co: Three black diamonds, 120.00. . . . 123 00 

Carbons: J. C. Yawger, 891.75: S. Dessau, 1,183.06: Sullivan Machinery Co, 505.95. 

Mackenzie, Mann & Co, 155.38: A. Whitely : Cement, 1.00 2,7b7 14 

Castings and fittings for drills and boilers : — 

F. J. Wilson & Co, 80c: Graves Bros, 1.65: Jas. Smith, 1.00 * W. F. Hogarth, 49.78: 
Sullivan Machinery Co, 142.37: E. J. Laverdure & Co, 13 70: H. J. Smith, 50c: 

McKinley & Northwood, 75c: Woodside Bros, 24.70: Wells & Emmerson, 118.66: 

T. & G. Low, 3. 25 : Rice, Lewis & Son , 5 . 87 : White Bros, 7 . 62 : 

Waterous Eng. Works Co, 15.50: Rat Portage Iron Works, 4.50: Vigars & Co, 6.70: 

J. A. Acton, 1.97: Canada Iron Furnace Co, 63.18 462 50 

Mattawin Iron Co: Smoke stack, pump, etc 220 31 

Milton Presspd Brick Co: Coal, 6 tons at 4.00 24.00: use of lumber, 5.00: poles, 3.00: 

oil etc, 3.50 35 50 

Mattawin Iron Co' Wood at 1.50 per cord 242 62 

Mackenzie, Mann & Co: Soft coal at 3.50 per ton. 77.00: freight charges on cnal, 31.46 108 46 

Jas. Hedstrom: Moving drill, 48.00: wood, 13.50: boxes, 3.25: lumber, 7.00 7175 

Trav. expenses: Oscar R. Smith, 204.30: E. K. Roche, 58.10: Geo. Donald&on, 45.15.... 307 55 

Dominion Express Co" Charges, 1.90: W. M. Dickson . Express charges, 1.25 3 15 

Can. Northern Ry : Freight charges. 48c : G . T. Ry Co : Freight charges, 35 70 36 18 

Freight charges on drilling plants: N. Y. & Ottawa Ry. Co, 15,50. C P. Ry. Co, 432.44: 

R. R. Navigation Co, 154.55 602 49 

Teaming drills Thos. Kettles, 5.00: O. R. Smith, 15.60: W. Aikens, 76.00: 

Murphy Bros, 5,00: J. Trussler, 31.75: G. Hollingshead, 1.50" E. Cunningham, 1.60 136 35 

Hire of teams drawing water at 5.00 per day: Mattawin Iron Co,355.00: J. Hammond, 120.00: 

J. Kennirey, 53.87 528 87 

Labor, teaming and supplies: British & Colonial Mining Co, 248.93: Mattawalron Co, 36.19: 

Golden Star Mining Co, 294.43 579 55 

Imperial Bank of Canada: Exchange, 60c: Rat Portage Nevis'. Adv. for manager, 16.25: 

Sudbury Printing Co : Advertising for manager, 2.60 19 45 

11J619 68 
Less refunded by Mining Companies, proportion of expenses : — 

Mattawin Iron Co, 4,974.12: B. C. Mining Co, 295.12: R. McConnell 285.66: 
James Conmee, 892.25: Geo. Paget, 334.18: S. Dessau: Diamond fragments, 23.85: 
Golden Star Mining Co, 886.60: Mackenzie, Mann & Co, 263.84: 
Can. Iron Furnace Co, 142.86 : Milton Pressed Brick Co, 35.50 8,133 98 

3,485 70 
IRON MINING FUND, ($6,737.80.) 
(R.S.O. 97, Cap. 36, Sect. 11.) 

T. D. Ledyard : Bounty on ore yielding 563.63 tons pig iron 563 63 

Leopold Meyer: do 114.07 do 114 07 

Calabogie Mining Co: do 236.69 do 236 69 

S.Wellington: do 189.94 do 189 94 

Wellington & Moon: do 204.36 do 204 36 

HamiltDnSteel&IronCo: do 5,429.11 do 5,429 11 

Total charges on Crown Lands 179,008 85 



1901] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



153 



REFUNDS. ' 

EDUCATION ($1,049.10). 



Subscription, Superannuation Fund : 

Estate late A. McColl, 358 00' S. G. Harris, 12.00: A. W. Falconer, 35.00: 
Estate late Ezra E. Eby, 167.00 ■ 

Normal School Fees at 5.00 each : 

W. C. Buckle, May Zimmerman, M. Adams, A. E. Tovel. M. J. E . Hutchinson, 
Thos. Gormley, W. M. Gunning, Nellie Drummey, Jas. Gillan Jennie French,. 
W. R. Treleaven, Ethel M. Hendrick, Peter J. Roney, Minnie Bloor, 
Bertha Hopper. Allan Latonell, Sadie E Rix, A. A. Mclntyre, Hilda Purvis. 
Jennie B. Chard, T. M. Glover. Sarah M. Anderson, W. S. Lemon, D. H. Taylor, 
Mary E. Underwood, Mary L. Reynolds, B. S. Pinkham, Hy. Wing, G. Gibbons, 
E. H. Adamson, Thos. Hindle, Marion McLaughlin, Gertrude M. Laurie, 
Emme C. Casselman, R. J. Pintelle, T. W. CMlinson, Sarah A. Scott, 
J. A. Comsey, W. L. Boylan, Addie L. Chinneck, E. T. Hayes, A. J. M.Henderson, 
Lama E. Stephens, L . F . Baker, Sarah Graham, H . E . Johnson, Ella Nicholson, 
R. Robinson, M. Reeves, F. L. Richards, J. Waldron, E. E Little, 
E. C. A. McCurdy, Clara Klapp, W. L. Spring, E. Simpson, M. Wightman, 
Lottie Whytock, Alice M. Halladay, Ada W. Laird, F. E. Coombes, 
A. B. Farrell, Angus Scott, J. M. Abbott, M. B. Hodgson, J. F. Hewitson, 
Laura A. James, Evelyn M. Marrow, J. A. Flath, Annie Dynes, W. Elley, 
A. E . Barr, Edith Macallum, Sarah E. Devitt, G. Summers, J. G. Christie, 
G. E. J. Lannin, Tud Mnsely, Mattie Walker, M. A. Gowland, L. L. Swinton, 
Leslie Wilson, Mildred J. C. Lesson, Ida Smith, G. O. Partlow 

Normal College Fees : 

C. B. Latta, 10.00: M. F. Cochran, 5 00: M. E. Ross, 5.00: 
Examination Fees : J. G. Ross, 3.00: A. E. Taylor, 3.00: Violet Lamb, 1.00: 
R. Godsby, 3.00: Maude E. Sherman, 2.00: Mary Dovsell, 1.00: W. J. Brawley, 3 00: 
E. Mitchell, 1.00: Josephina Gorman, 4 00: C. Elliott, 3.00: A. L. Abbott, 1.00: 
J. S. Irvine, 3.00: B. Adams, 1.00: Mary Gibson, 1.00: Sarah A. McKee, 1.00: 
W. A. Lamener, 1.00 

Postmaster for Post Office Order 



$572 00 



425 00 
20 00 



32 00 
10 



CROWN LANDS ($18,314.76). 



Refund on lands and mining locations : 
J. Green. J A 5, 48.00: 
W. G. B. Adams. 295 E, 40 00: 
L. Samier, 10 in 1 Raglan ,66.00: 
Jno. Jessup, E pt 14 in 2 Springer, 6.50: 
G. W. Weadock, HP 616, 2 00: 
Mrs. A. Beaton, S. 434 Keewatin, 82.00" 



J. Frawley, 5 & E \ 6 in 3 Waters, 10.00: 

C Veyrott, HW555, 148.00 : 

Wm. McBrady, BJ, 118, 5.60: 

Jos. La Course, N pt S 441, 47.00: 

L. O. Armstrong. Dawson Island, 314.00: 

A. Kitto, HW 176, 32.40: 



Barwick, Aylesworth & Wright, MH 302 to 307, 379.00: John Morton, ES 49, 10 00. 

A. L. Russell, R 746, 162 00: Jno. Carlyle, S& 6 Bright, 69.50: M. Kyle, McP 68&69.25.00: 

F. P. Lemhuer, 13 in 12 Macdougall, 10 00: S. G. Lovey, 8 & 9 in 1 Raglan, 118 00: 

G. Beaudreau, W \ 11 in 13 Hagarty, 33 75' D. Mills, water lot, Ft. William, 20.00: 
Kerr, Bull & Rowell, N \ NW \ lot 8 in 5 Hess, 40.00: S£ SW£ 8 in 6 HeRS, 40.00: 

do S § 6 & SW J, SE I 7 in 1 Creighton, 240.00: A. Dufresue, S 456, 4 00: 

M. Kyle and C. Lewis, McA 8«, 25.00: Geo. Simpson. S£ 33 in 7 Foley, 50,00: 

Holmes & Gregory, WD 152. 26.63: R, McConnell, Norman Wiener & Moreran, 86.25: 

Jas. S. Dnbie, NJ6 and 7 in 3 Galbraith, 20.00: R. McKiostry, MH 252, 8.00: 

Laidlaw, Kapelle & Bicknell, Sultana Island, 289.40: H. W. Kennedy, S 317, 5.00: 

G. A. Fleming. N£ 4 in 4 Bucke, 5.00 EM Mahlin, HP 267, 35.00: 

C. E. Jones, pt bt 25 in Sinclair, 7. 00" Jas. Munro, Si of E£ 5 in 8 Darling, 15.00: 

O.E.Rawson, 20 in 5 Baxter, 25 00 J.B. O'Brien, 337E, 167.00: W m Robertson, G446,6.00: 
R. Stringer, 5 in 16 Ashley, 20.00: M. J. Maloney, pt 12 in 14 Brougham, 7 00: 

F. B. Jewel), S£ 6 in 4 Drury, 240 00: G. Mosier, NW pt lot 12 in 10 Kennebec, 1.50: 
C. Douglas, Jot 9 in 1 Snider, 92.00: C. La Brash, 12 & 13 in 4 MacKenzie, 5.00: 

Geo. Bilton island, Mud Lake, 37. 50: Alex. Locking, SW| sec 32 Lash, 50.00: 

Wm Kinney, pt sec 14 Salter, 40.00: P. Bordileau, 294 E & pt 295 * 6 E, 104.00: 

W. J. Buddie, 34 in 24 Willberforce, 2.50: Partington Supply Co, S 411 96. 00: 

Geo. Hamilton, lot 25 cor. P St. Joseph Island, 5 00: W. B. Towers, HW 13, 10.00: 

R. J. Tough, Si 9 iml Cascaden, 100 00: W. H. Dodds, 46 PR T p Morley, 10.40: 

Jose O 'Heare, 23 in 788 Gu rd, 5 . 00 : H. E . Stanbury, JO 94 to 97, 106 . 00 : 

H. Harryett, N h 5 in 16 Dungannon.and N£ 2 in 1 Montagle 120.00: 

F. F. Lemiux, SJ of S£ 5 and SE £ of S£ 6 in 5 Creighton 80.25: 

T. Dufresne, E|FM 178, 22.00, & 296 E, 25 50: Jas. Murphy, BJ 128, 39 00: 

A. McDonald, 12 c^n F Rama, 5.00* Mrs. E. Docota, S| in 6 Bright, 50.00: 

C. R. Palmer ES 79, 84 and 85, 35.00: Island C Township Scadding, 5 00' 
Jno. A. Partington, MH 284, 13.25 Jno A. Partington & Robt. Bates, MH 284, 10.00: 
Parry Sound Copper Mfg Co, 11 in 7 Armour, 50.00: and 18 to 22 in 4 Cowper, 62.55: 

D. Ricker, 3 in 8 Gurd, 40.00: Jas. McWade, S£ K pt 14 in 2 Ross, 17.25: 
J. F. Latimer, Ei25 and 26, Belmont, 10.00- P. M S'tne, 32 in 7 Pro* on, 5 00: 
A. S. Morrison, NE£ sec 14 Crozier, 60.00: W.P.Paton,NE£ of Si 7 in 1 VanHorne, 40 00: 
Hon. G.E.Foster. 20 in 1 Rrougham, 75.00: F.L.Andeberger. 30 fn 18Grimsthorpe,364.25: 
A. E. McEwan, S^ 11 in 5 Johnston, 80.00: Jno. Willmott, EJ S£ 11 in 5 Galbraith, 20.00: 
McPherson, Clarke, Campbell and Jarvis, lots 20 and 21 con 1 Nepean Island, 20.00: 



154 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



[No. 1 



REFUNDS— Continued. 



CROWN LANDS— Cow. 

Watson, Smoke & Co, 14 in 5 & 16&17 in 6 Zealand, 7.62" RRCameron, 55&56 RR, 130.00: 
H.W.Mickle, pt Iots38to40 in 4&38 to41in Freeman, 3.00: J McKay, N^2 in5Johnston,21.20: 
F. Bondah, E $ 4 in 6 Parkinson, 32 25: H. A. McLennan, 3 in 4, Matawachan, 85.70: 
J. A. Anderson, 21 in 11 Chisholm, 13.00: Jackes & Jackes, M 16, 17, 18, 400.00: 
M. Kyle, D 95, 10.00: Kerv, Bull & Rowell, H W 144, 30 00: 
Beatty, Blackstock & Gait, R 745 Conmee, 120.00: W. J. Hunter, 590 to 592 X, 58.00: 
Holman,Drayton&Slaeht,831 to 833X,40.00 ' Wm. Rumsey,10and 11 in 8McMurrich,45.00: 
C. R. Palmer, steel lake siding, 10.00- Colin Fraswet, H. P. 706 to 709, 552.00: 
Wm. McBrady, S. V. 388, 389, 200.00: Shilton, Wallbridge & Martin, Snake Bay, 602 00: 
Gold Vanning Milling Co, S 416 R. R. District, 20.00 and T. B 6 R R. District, 80.00: 
Mrs. Essie Gibbons, K. 2, Hay Island, 27.50 A. R. Pyne, near Schreiber, 90.00: 
R. W. Edy, 44 to 47' 160 MM. D. 100.00: C. A. Martin, 811 X, 75.00: 
S. Sawyer, 22 and 23 W. Sherbourne, 32.50: F. A. Leith, Lake Nepigon, 60.00: 
R. Pumpelly, R. 387-8-9, 35.00 878 X, 880 X, 78.00' E. of 7 H and 8 H, 480.00: 
R. Pumpelly, 857, 862, 863 X. 16.00: 749 etal, 192.00: Lot B. con. 5, Connell, 80.00: 
Thos. Mulvey, McP. 27, 50.00: D. Mills, S. V. 397-8, 120.00: 
F.R. Smythe, N.%, lot 7 in 1 Aberdeen, 10.66: Wm. Harris, sr. N£ 9 in 3 Gladstone, 25.00: 
R. D. Vance, N i, N. W. £, sec. 27 Twp. Shedden, 10.00 

Mining leases :— 

Alex. Davidson, 2,364-5-6-7 lots in Pic. Twp, 66.30: R. U. McPherson, No. 808, 42.50: 
F. H. DeGroat, N \ 9 and 10 in 3 Aberdeen, 28.00: F. C, Munt, H. W. 527, 10.00: 
W. F. Perry, No 1,143 and 1,145, 20.00: T. Gordon, iron claims, 20.00: 
H. A. Wiley, iron claims, 100. 00 

Cost of Surveys : — 

A. E. Farncomb, B. J. 132-3-5 and 6, 62.00: G. H. Campbell, G. 323 and 4, 36.00: 

A. H. Macdougall, 759 X, 20.50: Jackes & Jackes, M. 23, Jack Fish Bay, 173.50: 

Geo. Bilton, Charlie Barr Island, 27.25: Jos. Ganley. Y. Ill, Michipicoten, 88.00: 

Partington Supply Co, S. 441, 26.00: S. H. Hall and G.A. Castle, R. 387-8-9, 82.00: 

Estate, J. H. Ogilvie, J. O. 94 to 97, 184.50: W. Nickson, mining A. L. 208, 20.50: 

Estate, Jas. Hammond, H. P 683-4-6 and 702-3-4, N. Dog Lake 354.50: 

J. A. Partington and R. Bates, M. H. 284, 46 50: C. F. Miles, F. M. 102, 121.50: 
L. & C. Carlton, D. 101, 17.00 

Ground rent:— 

W. Nicholson, 14 con. 5, St. Joseph Island, 12.00: Mrs. S. N. Bourgeon, license 154, 402.85: 

fa Cook Bros. Lum. Co, 167, N.S. L. Huron, 108.00: Geo Rapley, 119 N.S. L. Huron, 108.00: 
Traders Bank, 136-7, 216.00: Imperial Lumber Co, twp. Rutter & Kirkpatrick, 105.00: 

Timber dues to settlers under (cap. 29. aer\ 15, R.S.O., 1897). 

J. C. Harvey, 4.62: E. Forsythe, 15.71: H. Lorpnz, jr., 123.52: C. Lorenz, sr. 72 26* 
Jos. Lukockevitv, 1705: Jno. White. 22.51 : Wm, Tprry, 13.08: Percy Sellers, 9. 90 : 
H.W. Preston, 49,75: W.J. Ptohnpy, 172 97: Jas Carruthers, 132.00: A. Gendrean, 9.04: 
W. Schmitther, 36.95: S. Pulshinski, 1.75: W. Dennis. 2.37: 
J. E. Hammell, 8.55: R. Worslev, 14.00: Geo. Ryan, 10.23: 
J. T. Vigeaee, 7.19: F. A. Dery, 35.95: J^McGregor, 24.62: 
J. McLean, 5 02: J. Chevrier, 109,25: 



$8,845 41 



286 80 



1,259 75 



951 85 



Robt. K. Toy, 17-68: 
Wm Bpcketr, 16.73: 
J. Lapinski, 7.86: 
J. Mclver, 84.51: 



On account Road Allowance: Treasurer township of- 



Denbigh, 3 92: 
Miller, 2.06: 
Matawachan, 2.48 
Effingham, 154.82: 
Tudor, 12.38: 
Galwav, 18.74: 
Cardiff, 2 63: 
Foley, 41.48: 
Wood, 150.76: 
Sherwood, 18.95: 
Joly, 29.94: 
Ridout, 74.48: 
Machar, 8. 80: 
Nightingale, 79.22 
Stanhope, 85.12: 
Harvey, 8.80: 



Ashby, 3.27: 
Clarendon. 1.25: 
Herschell, 2.25: 
Burleigh, 1.80: 
Oashel, 10.41: 
Cavendish, 52.84: 
Monmouth, 3.55: 
Humphrey, 6 97: 
Morrison. 1 20. 
Jones, lie! 
Oakley, 39 83' 
Radcliffe, 46o: 
McClintock, 86 07: 
Anson, 20.93: 
McKellar, 8.76: 
Glamorgan, 55.86: 



Palmerston, 14c: 

Ferris, 39 33: 
Kalodar, 42c: 
Anstruther, 184.85: 
Limerick, 9.57: 
Lutterworth, 6.85: 
Christie, 169.21: 
N. Hinsworth, 11.62: 
McDougall, 102.91 
Richards, 35.09: 
Matchedash, 39.03: 

Raglan, 7.82" 

Livingstone. 194.85: 

Hindon, 51.79: 

Elzver, 31c: 

Carling, 260.71 



H. Sauscke, 51.08 

S. Canonto, 5.06: 

Griffith, 79c". 

Anglesea, 77 91: 

Chandos, 3 26: 

Wollaston, 2 25: 

Methuen, 5.10: 

Cardwell, 4.54: 

Medora, 1.03: 

Hagarty, 7c! 

Burns, 53.54: 

McLean, 24.18: 

Brougham, 2.59: 

Lawrence, 342.24: 

Hagerman, 161.01* 

Grimsthorpe, 269.82: 



1,076 15 



C. H. Burns: refund cullers' fee 
J. W. Budd*. deposit by F. Rekyin to reimburse Budd for taxes paid on 32 in 32 Wilberforce 

J . W . Munro & Son : balance of board timber in Quebec . . 

F. Perry: over-payment on interest on note for bonus on timber, T. P. Ryan 

Mrs. Thos. Love: dues paid by Trout Lumber Co., logs cut on 18-2 Himsworth 

Jas . Prunty : dues and trespass charges on timber 

T. W. Whitfield: permit to cut ties, Twp. Weir 

Edward Lloyd Ltd ' pulpwood dups, wood converted into railway ties 

T . L . Read ' refund of 1 . 00 per M on logs 

D. N. Manley: do do 

T. Rochan : dues paid on 590 cords wood, seasons 1893-4, lot 12 in 6 Nelson 

P . Corlett : cutting cedar, 19 and 20 in 4 Weir . . 

H . G . Buck : refund dues on board timber cut on patented lands 

Munro Lumber Co : refund dues on pine timber cut on patented lands 

Mrs . Jno . J . Armstrong : registry fee 



3,058 03 

4 00 

13 85 

1.241 84 

169 08 

37 54 

16 57 

25 00 

896 00 

82 67 

97 70 

73 75 

25 00 

25 87 

126 40 

1 50 



1901 ] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



155 



REFUNDS— Concluded. MISCELLANEOUS. 



MUNICIPALITIES FUND ($486.64). 



Pension re Clergy Reserves : — 
Mrs. Martha Crony n, 243.32: 



Mrs. H. S. Burnham, 243 32 



$486 64 



LAND IMPROVEMENT FUND ($3,436.28). 

Allowance under 16 Vic, cap. 157, from proceeds of Crown Lands, Township of : — 

Admaston, 8.96: Artemesia, 97.27: Carrick, 110.73: Culross, 35.23: 

Greenoek, 29 27: Kaladar, 5.47: Minto, 17.77: Stafford, 56.34: 

Sydenham, 34.78: Tilbury E, 21.03: Sherbrooke, 24.63 441 48 

Common School Lands, Township of :— 

Arran, 1 87 . 33 : Arthur, 168 . 79 : Bruce, 153 . 7 1 : Bentinck, 338 . 77 : 

Elderslie, 253 30 : Egremont, 578 , 37 : Glenelg, 265 . 37 : Huron, 158 . 39 : 

Holland, 106 . 92 . Howick, 83 . 13 : Kincardine, 40 . 26 : Luther W, 52 . 70 : 

Morris. 15.40: Normanby, 265.21: Saugeen, 4.36: Sullivan, 76.37: 

Thornberry, 79.46: Wallace, 47.56: Wawanosh E, 119.40 2,994 80 

MISCELLANEOUS ($1,027.82). 

R. G . Girvin : marriage license, 1898 4 40 

Mrs . C . R . Meadows : marriage license, 1900 4 80 

J . Sherlock : refund part of fine re London riot 350 00 

T . W . Ross : half fine re cases Marshall Nixon, violation game laws 20 00 

Refund part tavern license fee. premises destroyed by fire : — 

T). Provost, 49.50: P. Giguac, 73.18: A. Goulet, 79.45: J. A. Fortier, 83.64: 

L. Delorme, 83.64: L. Lavigue, 94.10: E. Meward, 11.50: R. J. Munro, 37.00 512 01 
Refund shop license fee, premises destroyed by fire :— 

L. Boileau, 62.76: J. Lavigue, 73.85 136 61 

Total refunds 24,314 60 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



CHARGES ON REVENUE ($6,135.35). 

Licenses :— 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter" ptg. and binding, 363.00: Rolph, Smith & Co: stamping,5.00: 

L. K. Cameron: stat, 200.00' paper, 147.08: Mrs. Hubertus: postage stamps, 250.00: 

J. M. Ellis: rent of hall, investigation South Wentworth, 12.00: 

A. O. Springsteed: services and expenses do 11.95: 

J. K. Stewart: travelling expenses, 365.75: J. F. Mowat: travelling expenses, 50.00.. 1,404 78 

Succession Duties Act : — 

A. McDougall: twelve months' salary as Solicitor, 2,400.00: 
J. S. Rowland: do Stenographer, 600.00: 

J. McCailum, services as Stenographer, 18.00 : 

Legal Services : — 

F. G. Matheson, 4.00: Chisholm& Logie. 725.37: R. S. Casse's, 2.50: W. T. Evans,50.10: 
J. G. Forgie, 99.01: Macdonald & Macdonald, 8 19: N. F. Davidson, 6.60: 
Shepley & Middleton, 507.77: J. W. Elliott, 10.00: J. McD. Mowat, 79.89: 
R. H. McConnell, 63 28: M. G. Cameron, 31.11: Washington & Beasley, 23.10: 
J. J. Smith, 154.55: Kittermaster & Gurd, 2.81: Lindsay & Wadsworth, 32.00: 
Iddington & Robertson, 10.00: W. Douglas, 25.12: Maclennan & Maclennan, 11.05: 
Barwick, Aylesworth & Co. 25.00 : 

H. S. Mara: inspection and valuation fees, 350.00: Mrs. E. J. Dunnetf. int. on deposit, 60.00. 

F. V. Bodwell: do 25.00: S. E. Jackson, et all do 1.51. 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter: printing. 5.08: L. K. Cameron: stationery, 103.91: paper, 2.26. 

Bell Tel. Co* messages, 11. 65: G.N. W.Tel. Co: telegrams, 1.72: C. P. R. Tel. Co: telegrams, 28c. 

Can. Typewriter Exchange: cleaning and repairing typewritfr, 7.50 

C. Gripton, stamps and repairs, 3 50 . J. Grassick : eye shades, 65c 

Rolph, Smith & Co : stamping, 2.00 : J. J. Castle : copy holder, 3.50 5,468 01 

J. E. Rogers : travelling expenses re inspection circuses . .' 168 90 

Bank Commerce : charges collection drainage coupons 81 16 

7,122 85 
Less refunds on account printing, etc 987 50 

6,135 35 



156 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 



MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 

EXPENSES OF ELECTIONS ($2,286.16). 

Costs as Returning Officer : — 

Huron W: R. G. Reynold, 817.96: Kent E: J. R. Gemmill, 60.57 : 

London: D. M. Cameron, 665.79: Waterloo N: A. W. Mercer, 41 90. . $1,586 22 

W. H. Bowlby. .services and disbursements, bribery prosecutions, Waterloo N 124 1C 

W. S. Moscript : services as Registrar, bribery prosecutions, Perth S 400 

E. F. B. Johnston ' retainer re prosecution J. G. Priestly, Elgin W 100 00 

T. G. Mathison : services bribery prosecutions Halton, 250 00 

Warwick Bros & Rutter : printing and binding poll books and ballots 112 98 

L. K. Cameron: stationery, 85.78: paper, 12.98: Can. Exp. Co: charges, 10.10 108 86 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS ($8,188.90). 

Treasurer Victoria School, Mimioo, grant 5,158 00 

do St. John's Industrial School, East Toronto, grant 1,926 90 

do Alexandria Industrial School for Girls, East Toronto, grant 1,104 00 

MARRIAGE LICENSES ($248.11). 
Warwick Bros. & Rutter: printing and binding, 107.75: L. K. Cameron: paper, 140.86.... 248 11 

ONTARIO RIFLE ASSOCIATION ($1,000.00). 

C. C. Harbottle, Secretary-Treasurer : grant 1,000 00 

ONTARIO ARTILLERY ASSOCIATION ($500.00). 
R. My les, Treasurer: grant 500 00 

CANADIAN MILITARY INSTITUTE ($100.00). 

D. Donald, Secretary-Treasurer : printing historical papers 100 00 

JOINT STOCK COMPANIES ($241.12). 
arwick Bros. & Rutter: printing forms, 179.62: L. K. Cameron: paper, 61.50 241 12 

MANHOOD SUFFRAGE ($15.00). 

J. L. Seager, services chairman board, Goderich 5 00 

Alex . Logan, do Niagara Falls 5 00 

L. T. Barclay, do Whitby 5 00 

VOTERS' LISTS. ($9,671.74.) 

Services and expenses : — 

Algoma: Judge O'Connor, 23.20: Judge Johnston, 28.00: 

Algoma, E: Judge McCallum, 133.45: Brant Judge Hardy, 67.50: 

Bruce". Judge Barrett, 167 . 27 : Carleton". Judge Mosgrove, 5.10: 

Dufferin: Judge McCarthy, 66.55: Carleton* Judge McTavish, 15. 00 • 

Elgin: Judge Ermatinger, 68.35: Judge Hucrhes, 147.00: 
Essex * • Judge Home, 207 . 00 : Judge McHugh, 11. 85 : Frontenac - Judge Price, 125 . 15 : 

Grey: Judge Creasor, 81 . 25 : Judge Morrison, 106.75: Halton: Judge Hamilton, 56.00: 

Haldimand' Judge McMillan, 87.40: Huron: Judge Masson, 186.45: 

Hastings: Judge Fralick, 180.20- Kent" Judge Bell, 237.10: 

do Judge Ermatinger, 24.10: , Leeds and Gr8nville: Judge McDonald, 127.38: 

Lincoln: Judge Carman, 193.20' Lambton: Judge Mac Watt, 123.10: 
Lennox and Addington! Judge Wilkison, 193.10:* Muskoka" Judge Mahaffy, 190.85: 

Middlesex: Judge E. Elliot, 125.20: Nipissing: Judge Valin, 153.66: 

do Judge W. Elliott, 198.25: Norfolk: Judge Robb, 115.20: 

N. & Durham: Judgo Benson, 122.15: Oxford: Judge Finkle, 134.76: 

do Judge Ketchum, 79.12: Ontario: Judge Mclntyre, 73 75: 

Ontario Judge McCrimmon, 53.40: Parry Sound' Judge Mc Curry, 40.20: 

Peel: Judge McGibbon, 139.00 Perth' Judge Barron, 196.30: 

Peterboro: Judge Weller, 32.55: Prince Edward: Judge Merrill, 52.32: 
Renfrew: Judge Deacon, 112.92: Stormont, D. & Glengarry: Judge O'Reilly, 88.70: 

Simcoe: Judge Ardagh, 205.15' do Judge Liddell, 144. 90: 

Victoria: Judge Harding. 108.87: Wentworth Judge Snider, 120.50: 

Welland: Judge Fitzgerald, 137.38' Waterloo: Judge Chisbolm, 139.30: 

Wellington : Judge Jamieson, 233 . 27 : York : Judge Morgan. 280 . 17 

Services and disbursements as Sheriff :— 

Algoma, E: W. H. Carney, 842.05: Algoma, W: A. W. Thompson, 200.00: 

do E. H. Jackson, 262.07: Muskoka: J. W. Bettes, 250 00: 

Nipissing: H. C. Varin, 429.75: Parry Sound: S. Armstrong, 826.19: 

Rainy River: J. W. Moran, act'g, 250.00: Thunder Bay: A. W. Thompson, 672.36 3,732 42 



1901] 



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157 



MISCELLAN EOUS— Continued. 
GRATUITIES. (19,966.85.) 



Gratuity on retiring from position : — 

Akx. Kirkwood, chief clerk, Sales and Free Grants, C.L. Dept . . 

T. M. Hennessy, clerk, C.L. Dept 

F. J. Taylor, accountant, Education Dept 

G . A . Rose, printer, do 

D. J. Johnston, clerk, Agricultural Dept 

Dr. Robinson, assistant-physician, Toronto L. A 

Mrs. Keegan, matron, Hamilton L. A 

J. Waddell, bailiff (balance) 

Mary Madden, attendant, Mercer Reformatory 

J. McNamara, teacher, Boys' Reformatory 

C . Mackenzie, constable, Niagara Falls 

Gratuity late : — 

W. Brethour, engineer, N. S . , Ottawa 

W . Inglis, assistant librarian, Parliament Buildings 

Thomas Young, Chief Police, Niagara Falls 

I. Warner, Central Prison Industries 

D. A. Lundy, foreman do 

P . Stafford, guard, Central Prison 

C . Mc Donald, messenger, Public Works Dept 

Kate Kelliher, attendant, Mercer Reformatory 

F. Billington, matron, Mimico LA 

J. T. Yorell, policeman, Detroit River 

P. Graham, assistant storekeeper, Hamilton L. A 

John Allen, guard, Reformatory for Boys 

J. O' Byrne, instructor, do 

W. Boyd, county constable, York 

C. S . McDonald, guard, Central Prison 

W. E. Cochenour, guard, dispensary, Central Prison 

Michael Murphy, farm steward, Hamilton L. A 

W. Drummond, clerk, Prisons' office , 

F. A. Robinson, clerk, Surrogate Court 

P . Carpenter, assistant gardener, Government House 

C. J Baldwin, re losses on raising and equipping regiment, rebellion 1837-38 

W. S. Davidson, exploration staff 

J . W. Tiernan, do 

W. Waddell, compensation re cancellation contract, re closing Western Dairy School 
F. J.Sleightholm, do loss sustained, re opening Western Dairy School 



TELEPHONE SERVICES ($3,248.72). 



Bell Telephone Co Rent of instruments 



REMOVAL OF PATIENTS ($6,062.61). 



P. Simser Twelve months' salary as Bailiff 

J. J. Ryan do 

I. J. Johnston do 

E. Jenkinson Services re collection from counties 

P. Simser Travelling expenses and disbursements re transfer of patients 

J. J. Ryan do do , 

I. J. Johnston do do 

Clothing for Bailiffs: C. P. Industries, 60.50: John Macdonald & Co., 61.81 

J. W. T. Fairweather: Hats for bailifis, 22.00: Julian Sale Co: Bag for bailiff, 5.00. 
J. Guinane: Shoes, 16.00: Slater Shoe Co., 4.00: Wheaton & Co: Gloves, 2.00 
Mrs. Hubertus : Postage stamps 



PRISONERS' AID SOCIETY ($2,650.00). 
Dr. A. M. Rosebrugh: Grant, 2,500.00: James Massie: Special grant, 150.00. 



FACTORY INSPECTION ($6,094.80). 



O. A. Rocquej 1,000.00: 



Twelve months' salary as Inspector : — 
&* J. R. Brown, 1,000,00: R. Barber, 1,000.00: 

pM. Carlyle, 500.00: J. T. Burke, six months, 500.00 

Travelling expenses : — 

J. R. Brown, 546.52: R. Barber, 188.75: J. T. Burke, 400.00: M. Carlyle, 599.73 
Warwick Bros. & Rutter: Printing, 88.30: L. K. Cameron: Paper, 56.06. stationery, 62.85 
Mrs. Hubertus : Post stamps, 48.00 . W. McMaster : Post stamps, 10.00 



$1,400 00 

1,050 00 

1,600 00 

950 00 

900 00 

1,100 00 

500 00 

864 00 

80 00 

600 00 

150 00 

650 00 
950 00 
1,095 00 
375 00 
350 00 
638 35 
600 00 
168 00 
500 00 
250 00 
100 00 
67 00 
550 00 
500 00 
500 00 
350 00 
250 00 
600 00 
400 00 
225 00 
350 00 
600 00 
600 00 
50 00 
54 50 



3,248 72 



900 00 

804 00 

704 00 

100 00 

,720 00 

453 30 

,200 00 

122 31 

27 00 

22 00 

10 00 



2,650 00 



4,000 00 

1,735 00 
207 21 

58 00 



158 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [ No-U 



MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 

FACTORY INSPECTION— Con. 

C. Griptcn: Stamp and repairs, 6.30: F. Rightmeyer: Copying, 10.00 $16 30 

C. P. R. Tel. Co: Telegrams 29 

Advertising : — 

The Toiler, 27.00: Social Progress Co., 22.50: Labor Directory, 4.50: 

Souvenir Pub. Co., 12.00: Can. Manufacturer, 6.00 72 00 

Subscription :— 

Scientific American, 3.50: The Bulletin, 1.00" Social Progress, 1.50 6 00 

SANITARY INVESTIGATIONS ($25,094.15). 

Sudbury smallpox outbreak : — 

D. Baikie: Stationery, 8.19: A. H. Beath: Badges, 1.50: 
N. Brown: Cab hire, 2.00: D. Blue: Bread, etc., 201.69: 
N.Bailey: Services as constable, 5.00: J.Conway: Livery hire, 6.50: 
Dr. F. J. Cawthorpe: Professional services, 945,00: travelling expenses, 108.13: 
Geo. Christakos: Supplies, 6.11: F.Cochrane: Supplies, 21.79 
Messrs. Chalmers: Funtur. & bedng., 19 75: L A.Cooper Lumber for pest house, 134.09: 
Chandler & Massey: Chemicals, labels, etc., 26.32: do Labor, etc., 138.88: 
Thos. Corrigan- Services as cook, 36.00: C. P, R. Tel. Co: Telegrams, 62.77' 
Dr. W. D. Doran: Services as Assistant Inspector, 150.00: telegram, 1.00: 

do Travelling expenses, 40.75: J.Dent: Services as cook, 224.00: 

Dominion Express Co: Charges, 69.05: F. Deslawrier: Labor, 5.25: 

A. Dubroise: Wood, 15.25: The T. Eaton Co: Mattresses, etc., 174.50: 

T. Evans & Co: Build, and c'rp'n'g, 462.20: R. T. Elliott: Serv. disinfec stat'n, 70.00: 

E. Forrester: Serv. as constable, 186.00: trav. exp., 8.75: meals for patients, 30.50: 
T. F. Flaherty: Livery hire, 1 50: F. Gague' Services as constable, 18.00: 
Dr. J. A. Gunn: Prof, serv., 190.00: travelling exp., 53.10: 
Treasurer Himsworth Township: Care of patient from Sudbury, 30.00: 
J. Hicks: Serv. as engineer. 100: J. C. Henry & Co: Vaccine, 10 00: 
R. Home' Supplies, 181.53: Jos. Hughes: Lanterns, 7.00: 
H. Jansen' Serv. as hospital assistant, 78.00: Journal Ptg. Co: Printing, 16.30: 
D. Jacobs & Co: Supplies, 19.70: Jones & Rowat: Meat, 1.17: 
Dr. D. King: Prof, serv., 225.00: travelling exp., 76.25: 
J. Kain: Serv. as constable. 30.00: P. Legault: Serv. as watchman, 17.00: 
D. Lecouple: Serv. as constable, 20.00: travelling exp., 4.50: 
Dr. H. Logan: Prof, serv., 185.00: travelling exp., 59.80: 
G. H. Lennan: Groceries, supplies, etc., 139.84. blankets, etc., 9.50: 
W. H. Mulligan, M.D' Medicines, etc., 101.10: R. Martin: Gro. and sup., 1,015.93: 
J. W. Miller: Board of staff, 569. 35: medicinal comforts, 46.50: expenses, 20.95: 
McDonald & McCracken: Meat, etc., 306.77: McLeod & Co: Blankets, etc., 59 54: 
P. McGregor: Serv. as constable, 88.00: T. Maloney: Serv. as constable, 26.00. 
Jno. Mitchell: Serv. as constable, 10.00' Munns & McK'zer: Cartage, 7.00: 
Dr. N. T. Maclaurin: Professional services, 190.00: travelling expenses, 47.26: 
Dr. C. H. McKenna: Prof, serv., 138.00: trav. exp., 66.60. medicine, etc., 1.10: 
S. C. McElwain: Serv. as constable. 176.00: ^ trav. exp. and disbursements, 133.25: 
L. O'Connor: Medicinal liquors, 7.25: Parke, Davis & Co: Drugs, 13.10: 
H. Phillips: Hosp. assist, and cook, 20.70: Pickard & Co: Livery & cartage, 260 57: 
Purvis Bros: Hardware, furnishings, etc., 97.33: R. Perras: Hauling water, 13.25: 
A.Patterson: Badges for constables, 4.50: D Rothchild: Blankets, 6.50: 
Treasurer Town of Sudbury: Grant towards expenses, 428.80: 
A. W. Spooner: Disinfectant, 9.00: A. Stewart, M.D: Vaccine points, 15.00: 
Dr. F. A. Shortt: Professional services, 170.00: travelling expenses, 49.10: 
J. J. Turner & Sons: Tents, duck, etc., 643.15: M.B.Thompson: Serv. as atndt., 71. 00: 
G. Twigger: Wood, 57.68: carting water, 137.30: moving building, 10.00: 

J. Taylor: Wood, 25.00: W. Loyd: Wood vaccine points, 132.85: J. White: Wood, 38.50: 

meat, 94.66: Dr. Walker: Services, 462.00: travelling expenses, 116.25 10,520 89 

Stevels Tie Camp outbreak : — 
Dr. G. W. Brown: Vaccinating men, 40.00: J. A. Clarke: Services as nurse, 117.00: 

F. H. Clarke: Medicines, etc, 30.40: A. Cooper: Services as constable, 72.00 . 

J. Cooper: Services as constable, 85.75: W. F. Cullen: Services as constable, 58 50: 

C. P. Railway Co; Wood, 2.50: Fort William Drug Co: Medicines, drugs, etc, 74.68: 
Dr. W.H. Hamilton: Prof essional services, 40.00: W. F. Hogarth: Supplies, etc, 164.45: 
L. Kennedy: Services as constable, 84.00: Mrs. Laing: Board of constables, 27.90: 
J. L. Matthews & Co: Tents, 30.00: J. McAvey: Services as constable, 52.50: 
D. McLean: Services as con., 73.50: Wm.McNaughton: Services as con. & nurse, 147. 00: 
N. McNabb: Services as con., 73.50: B. Newcombe: Services as con. & nurse, 139.50: 
Dr. T. F. O'Hagen.: Professional services, 617.14: C.Proulx: Meals for constables, 52.97: 
J. & T. M. Piper: Supplies, etc, 35.75: W. S. Piper: Supplies, 53.28: 

D. J. Piper: Services as constable, 86.75: J. H. Perry: Services as constable, 76.50: 
F. Ponton: Services as nurse, 79.00: Rat Portage Lumber Co: Lumber, 9.00: 
Snelgrove Bros : Blankets, 44.57: Jno. Trongo: Services as constable, 24.00: 
W. H. Whalen: Clothing, etc, 26.75 '. 



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MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 

SATNITARY INVESTIGATIONS- Con. 

Pembroke, outbreak in river drives : — 

J no. Clark: Services as attendant, 18.00. travelling expenses, 25. 75 : 

S.C.McElwain: Services, 30.00: travelling expenses,25. 25: paid labor, telegrams, etc, 4.90: 

Dr. J. F. Ross: Inspecting suspects, 3,000 $133 90 

Algonquin Park outbreak :— 

E' L. Anderson: Board of smallpox patients, 39.00: G. W. Bartlett: Trav. exps, 5.00: 
Dr. W. F. Bryans: Professional services, 55.00: travelling expenses, 14.45: 

Corp. of Bracebridge: Vaccine, 2.60: Dr. J.E.Godfrey: Prof, ser., 10.00: expenses, 5. 00' 

Geo. McVicar : Services as constable, 47.50 178 55 

Balfour Township outbreak : — 

A. Cay en Co Supplies, 32.33: M. Cayen: Services as hospital attendant, 60.00: 

Dr. E. H. Flath' Professional services, 40 00: L. Giroux: Wood, 11.20: 

C. A. Lyebore: Supplies, 20.38: Z. R Lepage: Services as attendant, 7.50: 
Morgan Lumber Co: Supplies, 77.33. W. T. Powell: Services as attendant, 9.00: 

W. T. Powell: To pay supplies, 3.45: horse hire, 1.50 262 69 

Batehewana, Goulais Bay and Bellevue outbreak : — 
W. A. Adams: Chemicals, 6.70: ' H. P. Broughton: Drugs, 17 65: 

Bassingthwaite & Co: Bedding, 3.25: Thos. Bishop: Livery hire, 20.00: 

Bemrose Bros: Furnishings, 5.05: R. Moore: Furnishings, 7.38: 

A. S. McCaig: Medical services, 170 00: travelling expenses, 93.10: medicine, 1.50: 
A. Templeton: Livery hire, 26.00. Wm. Woods: Services as assistant nurse, 8.00. . . 358 63 

Rainy River outbreak : — 

Dr. J. A. Gunn: Services as Inspector, 222.00: travelling expenses, 101.05. 

Dr. J. A. Gunn* Drugs, etc, 9.00: telegrams, 2. 25: Dr.A.A.McCrimmon: Prof.serv.10.00 
MacKenzie & Mann Co: Tents, 117.50' blankets, mattrasses, etc, 28.75' supplies, 10.13: 
McQuarrie & Grimshaw: Supplies, etc., 102.10: Geo. Sinclair: Mess. & attndt., 46.50 649 28 

Sautt Ste. Marie outbreak : — 
Wm. Barr: Services as nurse, 20.00: Sault Express: Printing, 6.00: 
G. J. Dickson, M.D: Medical attendance, 689.75: maintenance, 26.00 741 75 

Thessalon outbreak : — 

Buchanan Bros & Co: Supplies. 12.03: Reid & Hodeson: Supplies, 3.44: 

N.Currie: Supplies, 4 98 : Dobie & Co: House rent for hospital, 50.00: wood, 1.65: 
E. Gorrell: Chemicals, 9.00: Robt. Kerr: Livery hire, 1.30: 

Dr. T. J. McCort: Medical attendance, 77.00: E. J. Rogers: Attendant, 126 00* 

D. J. Sandie: Livery hire, 7.00: Corp. of Thessalon: To pay carrying of supplies, 26.00: 
Victorian Hospital' Medical attendance, 50.00: Jno. Webb: Supplies, 5.65 374 05 

Wahnipitae outbreak : — 

C. Cryderman: Service in office, 46.00: N. Cryderman: Services as constable, 54 00: 

T. J. Cryderman: Services as constable, 54.00: removing patients, 10.00: 

J. Crouch : Services as constable, 44.00 208 00 

Hamilton outbreak : — 
N. Elliott: To pay meals, 9.00: Miss B. Gibson* Services as nurse, 175.00: 

A. Kelly: To pay for meals. 3 00: Thos. McQueen" Meals for messenger, 8 40: 

A. Marshall: To pay for meals, 4.20: Dr. J. H. Peters! Professional services, 370.00 569 60 
Michipicoten outbreak : — 
N. R. Harman : Services as constable, 28.00: S. B. Macdonald: Constable, 22. 00: 

Dr. F. A. Young: Professional services, 100.00: trav. expenses, 27.75: telegrams, 1.95 179 70 

Treasurer Town Orillia ' Expenses re quarantine of suspects 382 77 

A. Webb, M . B : Investigating smallpox suspects at QueensviHe 10 00 

Treasurer Townships Salter, May and Harrow: Grant re smallpox outbreak 569 00 

Treasurer Town of Fort William : Grant towards outbreak (1900) 1,700 00 

do do (1901) 750 00 

Treasurer Town of Port Arthur: do (1900) 1,400 00 

Dr . G. S. Beck " Professional service re outbreak Port Arthur 20 00 

C. A. Hodgetts . ... Two months' salary as Inspector 332 00 

do Services as Inspector 1,350 00 

do Travelling expenses, 569.45 ; incidental expenses, 34.35 603 80 

Dr. J. A. Amyott. ... Travelling expenses, re meeting Am. Health Association 40 00 

do do re labatory 41 08 

Dr. P. H' Bryce: Travelling expenses, 368.80: P. Blackeston, Son & Co: Hygiene book, 3.00 371 80 

J. A. Carveth: Books, 2.25: Dr. J. J. Cassidy • Services attending Tuberculosis Conf., 50.00. 52 25 

C. Clarke : Washing towels and cleaning room 50 00 

Chandler & Massey : Vaccine, chemicals, etc, 80.86: Apparatus, etc, 162.90 243 76 

Creelman Bros. Typewriter Co: Copying machine, 18. 00: C. A. Dunning: Feed for animals, 1.45 19 45 

Fletcher Mfg Co.: Repairing refrigerator, etc , 4.00: Isaac French: do 5.38 9 38 

C. Gripton : Rubber stamps, 85c : J. G. Gibson : Cleaning, supplies, etc, 60c 1 45 

W. Harris: Feeding animals, 1.50. . J. Jordan! Travelling expenses, 30.00 31 50 

Jas. Knowles: Laboratory supplies, 139.95: Lake Simcoe Ice Co: Ice, 31.80 171 75 

J. H. Mackenzie: Chemicals and soap, 1 92: G. & J. Murray' Auer light, 37c 2 29 

R. fl. Mullin : Services as Assistant Analvsist, 230.00! J. J. O'Hearn : Sign for laboratory, 3 00 233 00 

Ontario Rubber Co! Bandage, \25: Parke, Davis & Co: Vacc ine, et c, 31.70. . . 32 95 

Subscriptions:— | kchvbt . ;-.- *;„. *; ;-- ~tmm*j£ i Mg"=2*3!^ ; .„ ^ r*^ 

Journal of Medicine, 5.00: "" Scientific American, 7.00: f*" Engineering Magazine, 2.00: 
Municipal World, 1.00: British Medical Journal, 10.43: The Sanitarian, 4.00: 

Annals of Pastuer Institute, 6.00: Journal Am. Medical Association, 5.00 40 43 

E. Steiger & Co : Periodicals, 5.40 : W. Lloyd Wood : Vaccine points, 35.16 40 56 



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ARBITRATION CANADA AND QUEBEC ($5,262.80). 

J. R. Forsyth: Accountant, at 10 00 per day, 805.00: clerk, at 100.00 per month, 600.00 $1,405 00 

do Travelling expenses and disbursements 98 41 

M. Irving: do 154 20 

Hon. A. S. Hardy: Services re Indian claims, 75.00: travelling expenses, 28.30 103 30 

Maclaren, Macdonald & Co: Legal services,910 00: O'Gara, Wyld & Osier : Legal services, 15.74 925 74 
JEi. Irving: Legal services, common school fund, 1,545.00: other matters, 815.00: 

do Dominion claim re treaty No. 3, 155.00 2,515 00 

Warwick Bros. & Rut ter: Printing and binding, 23. 55: L.K.Cameron. .Paper, 3. 95: stat'y, 5.50 33 00 

L. K. Irving: Copying, 12.00: Grace Wynn: Typewriting, 4.45. N. R. Butcher, 1.00 17 45 

Remington Typewriter Co : Repairing typewriter 10 70 

EXHIBIT IMPERIAL INSTITUTE ($535.93). 



J. G. Colmer; Honorary Secretary, Canadian Board Governors, to pay Curators salaries, etc. 



535 93 



GAME INSPECTION ($8,414.68). 

E. Tinsley: Salary as Chief Warden, 12 mos, 1,200.00: J. H. Pegg: Clerk, 12 mos, 720.00: 
J. H. Wilmott: do Warden, 12 mos, 450.00: H. K. Smith: Warden, 12 mos, 600.00: 

F. C. Quallins: do 400.00: J.A.Gill: do 350.00: 3,720 00 
Dr. G. A. McOallum: Honorarium as Chairman of Board, 200.00: services, 10.00 210 00 

do Travelling expenses, 32.40. postage, 7.16 39 56 

Deputy Warden : — 

B. B. Miller, 150.00: W. G. Armstrong, 150.00: T. Nicholls, 100.00: T. Maloney, 75.00 475 00 

Special Services enforcement of Act : — 

J. P. Labrash, 67.30: S. Huntington. 53.25: D. MacFarlane, 22.00: 

J. Hoover, 31.14: M. Woods, 9.37" A. Black, 7.85: 

J. Hazell, 30.00: D. L. Stephens, 4.60: A. Taylor, 1.45: 

J. K. Johns, 2.00: Kerr, Davidson & Co, 200.00: H. Taylor, P.M., 3.75: 

E. G. Malloch, 3.50: W. Hines, 58: J. Hines, 178.00: 

J. Seager, 11.30: E. T. Loveday, 29.00' C. D. Davis, 25.00: 

W. Unwin, 40.00: A. H. Clarke, 24.70' J. A. Patterson, 50.00: 

E. J. Brooks, 49.75: A. Gouldie, 7.25: D. Crossen, 6.15: 

J. Crossen, 6.15: A. McFayden. 1.25' E. Cummings, 10.00: 

G. Maguire, 82.00: D. Hines, 12: F. W. Dray cott, 54.00: 

N. Shomberg, 49.50: James Weir, 21.25: R. H. Menzies, 36.00: 

N. McLean, 42.75: C. F. Butler, 21.25: J. Russell, 18.75: 

W. Yuill, 20.00: R. Rush, 36.00: J. H. Brickwood, 32.00: 

J. A. Johnson, 37.50: John Welsh, 25.00: W. Lindsay, 7.50: 

J. McMillan, 31.25: T. Diamond. 30.00: W. Alexander, 20.00 1,609 51 

Travelling expenses and disbursements, enforcement of Act : 

J. H. Willmott, 345.56: H. K. Smith, 412.32: F. C. Quallins, 306.66: 

J. A. Gill, 55.13: E. Tinsley, 12.25: H. Graham, 42.00: 

Jos. Tymon, 50.75: B. R. Miller, 50.00: W. Irving, 10.00: 

W. G. Armstrong, 135.22: J. H. Bnckwood, 40.10: W. B. Wells, 23.60: 

J. P. Labrash, 19.00: J. K Johns, 11.75: S. Huntington, 15.00: 

E. T. Loveday, 43.70: John Hines, 36.40: J. W. Dill, 42.35: 
J. E. Rogers, 25.50: W. Greir, 27.00: D. MacFarlane, 11.25: 

F. W. Draycott, 3.75: James Weir, 23.00: K. H. MenzieB, 11 .55: 
N. McLean. 12.70: C. F. Bettes, 29.35: J. Russell, 15.00: 
R. Rush, 24.75' G. J. Brooks, 8 75: J. A. Johnston, 5.00: 

J. McMillan, 38 25: T. Diamond, 7.00: W. Alexander, 20.35: 1,914 99 

O. Spanner & Co. : Mounting moose head, 30 00: W. McMaster: Post stamps, 94.00 124 00 

Warwick B. & R: Ptg. licenses,forms,etc , 104.18: L. K. Cameron: Paper, 42.95 ; sbaty.,70.43 217 56 

Postmaster ' Postage, 1.12 : C.P.R. Telegraph : Telegrams, 4.75 5 87 

G. N. W. Tel. Co : Telegrams, 22.10 : Can. Express Co : Charges, 20.17 42 27 

Dominion Express Co : Charges, 10.40 : G. T. Ry. Co : Freight charges, 92c 11 32 

Can. Transfer Co : Cartage, 50c : Toronto Ry. Co : Car tickets, 10.00 10 50 

Remington TypewriterCo : Exchange on type writer, 88. 00: C.Gripton: Stamp and repairs,9. 00 97 00 

N. A. Fish and Game Protective Association : Membership fee 5 00 

Forest & Stream Pub. Co : Copies for Deputy Wardens 32 00 



CHILDRENS AID SOCIETIES ($2,181.95.) 



Board of Children : — 

Boys Home, Toronto, 25.00: Mrs. V. A. Cunningham, 722.70: Mrs 
Mrs. R. Brown, 39.80: Mrs. B. T. Herald, 54.90: Rev 

Royal Victoria Hospital, 3.85: Aid Society, Owen Sound, 17.62: 



Miss A.Mellick, 12.00: 



A. McRobbie,113.75: 
C. W. Watch, 60.25: 
E. E. Sharpe, 30.00: 



Miss C. B. Sanderson, 25.00: 1,195 64 



Mrs. D. Campbell, 90.77: 

Clothing, etc., for children : — 

R. Simpson Co., 3.46: T. Eaton Co., 113.02: Mrs. Cunningham, 25.72: 

Mrs. J. Varley, 12.00: St. Leger Shoe Co., 12 55: J. Lediard, 6.75: 

B. D. Humphrey: Interment of child, 7.00: J. A. Humphrey, interment, 10.00 



173 50 
17 00 



1901 J PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 161 



MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 
CHILDREN'S AID SOCIETIES-Con. 

Medical attendance on children :— 

J. T. Palling, M.D., 4 00: E. L. Skinner, M.B., 35.75: Dr. Partridge, 15.00: 

Mrs. V. A. Cunningham" To pay, railway fares, 85.45 ; car fares, 15.75 ; medicines, 8.48 

C. Potter: Spectacles, 1.75: Trunk and Leather Goods Co: Leather goods, 44.66 

Hospital for Sick Chidren : Special books 

Childrens Shelter :— 

Cassels, Cassels & Brock' Rent, 222.00: T. Conlon: Papering, 10.60: 
C. P. Industries: Blankets, 15.08: Mrs. V. A. Cunningham" To pay sundry items, 52.35: 
F. Hillock: Lumber, 1.13 

St. Michael's Hospital : Maintenance of sick child 

C. E. De Vellin : Nursing child 

L. K. Cameron: Paper, 13.60: P. Maher'. Cab hire, visiting, 9.50: 

Rev. J. Lediard : Receiving and placing children in foster homes 

do Travelling expenses to Manitoulin Island 

do do Visiting children 

Mrs. V. Cunningham do Taking children to their homes 

B. Cheesman ' Services re information G. Gibson 

J. Hearn : Expenses searching for boy 



$54 75 


109 68 


46 41 


4 50 


301 16 


13 40 


3 00 


23 10 


150 (JO 


30 00 


18 00 


24 25 


2 50 


15 06 



ALGONQUIN PARK ($7,503.69.) 

T. W. Gibson : Services as Secretary of Parks 150 00 

G. W. Bartlett: Superintendent 12 months,799. 92: J.Simpson: Engineer, 11| months, 569. 72: 
T. O'Leary: Chief ranger do 600.C0: S. W. Waters: Ranger, 12 months, 499.92: 

D. A. Ross: Ranger, 12 months, 499.92: J.Sawyer do 499 92: 

R. Balfour do 499.92: G. Godda do 499.92: 

D. Cadenhead do 499.92: J. O'Gorman do 499.92: 

W.Thompson do 499 92: D.M.Bell do 499.92: 

T. G. Britt." Cook, 4 months, 105.30: W. J. Reddington: Cook, 5J months, 165.00: 

J. Malone do 1 month, 30 00 6,769 22 

Travelling expenses and disbursements: G W. Bartlett, 15.63: S. C. Mcll wain, 25.00 40 63 

J. H. McKenzie: Strychnine, 8.11: O.Gleeson: Sheep heads for poisoning wolves, 1.20. .. 9 31 

J. Childerhose & Sons : Blankets, 3.34 : Lyman Bros : Chemicals, 8.14 11 48 

G. Gladman : Candles, 1.25 : Rankin & Beverige : Supplies, 8.93 10 18 

H. Braithwaite: Nails, 1.45' J. Strang: Wall paper, moulding, etc., 21.86 23 31 

T. Martin: Soap, pearline, etc., 14.95: M. Birketo: Carbines, etc., 89.05 104 00 

Wanlessfe Co: Clock, 5.50: J. J. Foster: Axes, 6.00 1150 

Coles National Mfg. Co: Tent, etc , 10.50: Johnston Bros: Hardware, 47.02 57 52 

J. S. Moyer: Wire netting, etc., 11.51: C. P. Industries: Hospital beds, mattrasses, 59.25.. 70 76 

J. R. Booth: Lumber and shingles, 110.83: do Freight charges, 4.36 115 19 

Queen City Oil Co: Oil, 6.77 ; freight, 1.86: J. & S. McEachern: Feed for deer, 8.55 17 18 

R. R. Seamen : Seeds, 54c : do Freight, 1.80 2 34 

L K. Cameron: Paper, 3.00; staty., 4.50: Warwick Bros, and Rutter: Printing, 2.10 9 60 

C. P. R. Tel. Co : Telegrams, 22.01 : Can. Express Co : Charges, 7.20 29 21 

Can. Atlantic Ry. Co: Freight charges, 73c: Ottawa A. & P. S. Ry : Charges, 1.09 1 82 

C.P.Ry.Co. do , 3126 

C. E. Armand : Freight chgs, 21.41 : Postmaster : Postage, 8. 17 29 58 

G. W. Bartlett • Expenses procuring cook, 8.60: G. McGregor: Cartridges, 1.00 9 60 

RONDEAU PARK ($1,662.49). 

lssac Gardiner: Ranger, 12 mo., 450.00: H.Gardiner: Laborer, 12 mo., 325.00 775 00 

Jos. Gardiner: Assistant, at 1.00, 33.00: J. Hardy: Laborer, 1.50: 

P. R. Campbell: Laborer, 17.50: J. Sheeler: Laborer, 67.12: 

J. Campbell: Laborer, 4.50 123 62 

Judge Bell " Services and expenses expropriation of lot, twp. Harwich 46 50 

J. Lee : Witness fees and disbursements re. arbitration value of land 5 00 

Mrs. A. D. Richardson : Land expropriated do. 51 55 

N. H. Stevens : Valuation fees do. 7 00 

W. Mills ' Balance legal services do. 108 56 

L. D. Parney: Concreting cellar ranger's house, 40.00: J. Smith: Lumber, 21.18 61 18 

J. Sheeler: Teaming lumber, etc., 18.75: A. D. Campbell: Carpentering, 31.50 50 25 

W. H. Waters: Blacksmithing, 38.59: A. Whiteman: Teaming, 6.00 • 44 59 

W. McDonald: Teaming, 9.00: J. Beeton: Teaming, 19.75 28 75 

Can. Express Co. : Charges 85 

G. Carter: Chopped grain, 74.69: Can. Flour Mills Co. : Bran, Shorts, etc, 18.01 93 70 

Chandler Woods: Oats, 30.00: C. West: Seeds, 2.60 32 60 

J. Gardiner: Corn meal, 1.00: Thos. Craig: Corn meal, 3.08 4 08 

W. Stirling: Hay, 8.00: H. D. Reynolds: Hay, 24.65 32 65 

O. Tardiner : Hay, 16.00: J. S. Pearce & Co., bone cutter, etc, 12.50 28 50 

Jos. Laing: Hardware, 50.99: Long Point Co. : Deer, 20.00 70 99 

S. Cattle : Harness and repairs, 40.05 : Long Point Co. : Express charges, 6.75 46 80 

J- C. Nation : Post stamps, 3.00 : E. Hancock : Post stamps, 1 00 4 00 

T. W. Gibson ". Travelling expenses 39 12 

G. N. W. Tel. Co. : Telegrams, 6.95: C. P. R. Tel. Co. : Telegrams, 25c 7 20 

11 P. A. 



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DESTRUCTION OF WOLVES ($1,585.00) 



Bounty : — 

A. Jenkins, 15 00: 
William Haskins, 30.00 
Frank Dale, 15 00 
L. Bonhomme, 15.00: 
Josep'j Beaucage, 15 00: 
W. F. Busch, 15.00: 
Thos. Spearman, 15.00: 
James Gillies, 30.00: 
Daniel Bottrell, 15.00: 
Henry Harris, 15.00: 
Michael Oster, 15 00: 
John Robertson, 15.00: 
John A. Knox, 15.00: 
Atwe N. Rati, 40 00: 
Alfred Lamoreaux, 15.00: 
John Andrews, 15.00: 
Charles Schurze, 15.00: 
Henry Cromerty, 15.00: 
George Archer, 15.00: 
M. Foy, 15.00: 
Pene Missalie, 15.00: 
John Mistenakegick, 35.00: 
Bernard Brown, 15.00: 
Treas.,Co.Carleton,6.00: Treas. 
" Peterboro, 30.00: 



John Call, 15.00: 
J. D. Brown, 15.00: 
Joseph Pavis. 15 00 : 
E. B Weart, 155.00: 
J. H. Bottrell, 75.00: 
Mart Carroll, 15.00: 
George McEwan, 15.00: 
Red Sky, 15.00: 
J. D. James, 15.00: 
Henry Jackson, 15.00: 
Powasin, 15. U0: 
Joseph Flat, 15 00: 
Tonene Wet Bear, 15.00 
M. Quinlan, 15 00: 
George Neily, 15.00: 
James Gutcher, 15.00' 
Joe Savagoose, 15.00: 
John Shaw, 15.00: 
T. G. Gregory, 15.00: 
Thomas Boyd, 15.00: 
Ge-u-i-say, 45.00: 
J. McL. Stewart, 15.00: 
John Sturgeoneye, 15.00: 
,Co.Hasting8,58.00: Treas., 
" Renfrew, 104.00. 



George Brunsel, 15 00 : 

Dennis Stuff er, 15.00: 

Joseph Spiers, 15 00: 

Babitawebeness, 15.00: 

Alexander Commanda, 15.00: 

Walter Monaghan, 15.00: 

Willis Jones, 15.10: 

Richard Graham, 15.00: 

Thomas E. McKee, 15.00: 

Thomas Roberts, 15.00: 

John McDonald, 15.00: 

Richard Fensome, 15 00: 

Leon P. Dedier, 45.00: 

Charles Crosswell, 15.00: 

Moses Land, 15 00 : 

Samuel McCord, 15.00: • 

John Sasepemian, 15.00: 

Andrew Eveline, 15.00: 

P. Miesake, 15.00: 

John Peshagan, 15.00: 

Robert Keppy, jr., 30.00. . 

William Lindsy, 15.00: 

James Sawyer, 15.00: 

Co. Lennox & Addington,4.00: 

" Victoria. 18.00.. 



$1585:00 



COLONIZATION PAMPHLETS, ETC. ($6,477.50.) 



Services as guide to intending settlers :— 

R. Skine, 11.00: T. Newton, 143.00: Jos. Levens, 21.00: R. Emerson, 12.00: 

E. Hermiaon, 7 00: W. S. Herron, 4.00: R. Hammond, 2.00: L. Scotr, 6.00. 

R. Moffett, 183.00: A. Burton, 81.00: W. Hermer, 16.00: S. Pacy, 12.00: 

J. Doughty 6.00: A. Watson, 20.00: N. McFaden, 34.00: C. King, 2.00: 

E. Cregg, 3.00: J. Deleury, 4.00: W. Palmer, 6.00: A. Cooper, 5.00: 

J. W. Andrews, 2.00: A. Brown, 12.00: D. McKenzie, 2.00: A. Austin, 2.00: 

S. McChesney, 27.00: S. Hurren, 14.00: P. Mc Arthur, 6.00: J. H. Richards, 2.00: 
John Martin, 122.00: John Irving, 5.00: G. G. Hughes, 34.00: Alf. Hay, 37.00: 
M. Lichiter, 4.00 W. J. Edwards, 2.00: E. Roach, 8.00: J. Nolan, 18.00: 

J. W. Gillies, 3.00: A. J. Ritchie, 8.00: P. Hurren, 2.00: G. W. Roach, 41.00: 

D. H. Atkinson, 12.00: V. Watson, 2.00: J. Edmond,5.00. J. H. Jones, 2.00: 

R. S. Robinson, 37.00: A. J, Parcels, 6.00: F. Draper, 15.00: R. Dougherty, 2.00: 

C. Newton, 50.00 1,060 00 

J. F. White : Meals for reporters on excursion 2 00 

J. Oadieux . Services at Port Arthur re settlers, at 60.00 per month 275 80 

do Travelling expenses and disbursements 68 09 

J. L. Matthews & Co • Blankets for Cardieux, 14.00: Geo. Heymer: Meals for Cardieux, 50c 14 50 

Alex. Brown : Board for Cardieux 3 25 

Advertising and extra Copies : — 

Globe Printing Co: Adv. re Northern Ontario, 500.00: Fraser's Scottish Annual, 30.00: 

Ghristain Teacher, 1.25 Star Printing Publishing Co, 225.00: 

Farmers' Advocate, 50.00: Social Progress, 25.00: 

Farming World: Adv. and extra copies, 80.00: The Danebrog'. 40.00: 

Mail Printing Co, 10.00: 1,000 copies Temiacaminque pamphlets, 52.50: 

Toronto Sun, 34.50: American Canoe Ass'n, 13.00: 

Port Arthur Chronicle: 2,000 cop. Northern Ont,80: CoppClarkCo: 2, 500 maps Ont, 450. 00: 
Copp Clark Co. Extra engraving, 35 00: do folding, 20.00: 

Steinberger, Hendry&Co: Maps of Ont, 71. 60: Warwick Broa.&R: Ptg.&bdg.pamphts,641.37 : 
L.K.Cameron: Paper,976.64: stationery, 120. 25: London Advertiser Ptg. Co' Pmphs,5.50: 

London Advertiser Ptg. Co, 25.30: Sheppard Pub. Co, 200.00 3,686 91 

A. J. Reading: Map slides of New Ont, 28.12: Wm. Peer: Ser. lecturing New Ont, 25.00. . 53 12 

Pamphlets . — 

Galbraith Photo Co, 8.15' John Craig, 1.40: Park & Oo, 75c ' W. H. Mosa, 4.00: 
J. C. S. Bennett, 2.50: Littlejohn & Vaughan, 3.20: S. Pritchard & Co, 3.00: 

H. O. McLean & Co, 5.90: Grip Printing Co, 10.00 38 90 

Warwick Bros.&Rutter : Iron bound cases, 2.50 : W. B. Varley : Ser. compiling and photos, 50 00 52 50 

J. A. Treeby: Services preparing map, 25.00: Canadian Express Co: Charges, 27.13.... 52 13 

Dominion Express Co : Charges, 32.50: C. W. Irwin: Freight charges and brokerage, 20.62 53 12 

C. P. R. Telegraph Co: Telegrams, 6.70: Can. Transfer Co: Charges, 25c 6 95 

C. P. Railway Co: Freight 67 



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COLONIZATION PAMPHLETS, ETC. -Cow. 



Colonisation House New Liskeard :— 

McCamus& McKelvie: Lumber, 166.91: John Western' Oil, paint, etc, 12.00: 

J. Wilson: Oil, paint, etc, 10.25. S. HammoDd: Painting, 18.00: 

E. Monaghan: Nails, glass, etc, 14.35: J. Monaghan: Carpentering, 54.75: 

J. Grills: Carpentering, 5.25: J. Munshaw: Carpentering, 7.50: 

Visiting and estimating losses, fire sufferers, Temiscamingue : — 

Rev. E. F. Pitts, 10.50: Rev. A. M. St. John, 10.50: D. M. Silant, 10.50' 
John McDonald, 10.50: W. G. Armstrong, 7.00: D. E. Hawkeworth, 7.00 

Exhibitions, Toronto, London, etc : — 

Jas. Roberton: Services at 2.00 per day, 48.00 ; travelling expenses, 47.43: 

W.J. Trivettt: Travelling expenses, 7-25: W. E. Fee: Accountable, 120.00: 

East & Co: Trunk to carry parcels,5.00: J. B. Smith & Sons: Lumber, 6.63: 

G. Booth & Son: Lettering cotton sign, 7.75: J.J. Turner & Son: Putting up tent, 3.50: 
Advertising Ontario Tent : — 

Toronto Sun, 27 . 50 : Toronto World, 8 . 50 : Star Printing Co, 15 . 45 

Prizes for Grasses : — 

R . McKenzie, 23 . 00 : Jno . McKenzie, 19. 50 : Thos . Hughes, 10 . 00 

R. A. Burriss: Travelling expenses and disbursements, 79.25: 

To pay : — Postmaster: Postage stamps, 9.10: Fort William Times: Printing, etc, 6.00: 

Port Arthur Herald '. Printing and stationery, 9 . 75 : 

Port Arthur Chronicle: do 4.00: A. M. Cook: Books, 2.00: 

J. L. Mickle: Stationery, 3.25 ; souvenir books, 18.00: 

Superior Printing Co: Printing and stationery, 5.25: W. F. Fortune: Wood, 1.75: 

H. A. McKibbon: Wood, 3.50: Lewis Walsh Coal Co: Soft coal, 3.00: 

R. Gueard: Livery hire, 4 . 00 : Jos. Graham: Livery hire, 4.00: 

Tonkin's Livery : Livery hire, 4.00. J. Brown: Rent of furniture, 2.00 

D. Bovine: Cleaning hall, 1.00: C. P. Railway: Freight charges, 2.27: 

Dominion Express Co : Charges, 2 . 80 

Immigration :— 

D . Davies : Meals and lodgings to immigrants, 139 . 65 : 
D. Spence: To pay, indigent do 1.50: 
«4. T. Railway: Carriage of do 45.39: 
C. P. Railway: do 1.15 : freight charges, 62.43 



$289 01 
56 00 



297 01 
52 50 



164 92 



250 12 



FISHERIES ($32,560.89.) 



S. T. Bastedo 

J. S Webster 

H. G. Cox 

W. W. Ellis 

A. B. Wallace 

G. K. Stratford .... 
Services and travelling 

County Addington 



Twelve months' salary as Deputy Commissioner. 

do Officer 

do Clerk 



do 
do 
do 



do 

do and Stenographer 
do and Messenger . , 



Algoma 
Brant . . 



Bruce 



Carleton 

Carleton & Lanark . . 

Dufferin 

Durham 

Durham and Northum 

berland 

Elgin 

Essex 

Frontenac 



Grey 



Georgian Bay . 
Haldimand 



Haliburton 



expenses as Overseer : 

Philip J. Wensley Salary 

M. H. Van Luven do 

Richard Van Norman do 

A. B. Messecar do 

Hy. Johnston do 

Jas. Stephens do 

Neil Stewart do 

Malcolm McAuley do 

B.B.Miller do 

Adam Waddell do 

E. T . Loveday do 

W. J. Welsh do 

Andrew Hughson . . . . do 

Frank Worden do 

Sylvanus Freeman do 

Jno. Sullivan do 

do (arrears) do 

Peter Lamarsh do 

J. B. Cousineau do 

Wm . Craig do 

Geo. Clyde do 

W. J. Donaldson do 

Robt. Flynn do 

Jas. Meyers do 

Patrick Howard do 

Wm. Pratt do 

John Farrell do 

Archibald Cowper do 

.Jas. Massales do 



25 00 

25 00 

250 00 

40 00 

150 00 

100 00 

100 00 

100 00 

250 00 

100 00 

75 00 

40 00 

40 00 

25 00 

75 00 

125 00 

31 25 

150 00 

150 00 

100 00 

100 00 

25 00 

25 00 

40 00 

125 00 

600 00 

100 00 

100 00 

75 00 



Expenses 2 30 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



91 89 
12 40 
12 03 
54 32 
26 75 
37 25 
25 00 
57 40 
109 95 



do 22 75 



7 78 
20 40 

36 62 

28 25 

106 42 

152 82 

12 28 

12 80 

15 35 

30 74 

116 65 

64 65 

10 58 

7 65 



1,900 00 

1,400 00 

800 00 

80o;oo 

450 00 

400:00 



164 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 



MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 



fisheries-cow. 

Halton Wm . Sargent Salary 

Howe Island John 1 )riscoll do 

Huron Jas. Yates do 

Kent Jas. K. Laird do 

Jas. McRitchie do 

Timothy McQueen do 

John Crotty do 

J. E. Stephens do 

Lambton Jas . Steed do 

Orlando Allen ... do 

Lanark David Mair . . do 

Thomas B. Norris do 

Wm . Gardiner . . do 

Leeds F. Williams do 

O. V. Goulette do 

John R. Gibson do 

J. B Smith do 

A. E. Sliter do 

Geo . Bilton do 

Leeds & Grenville Hy . Mathen do 

Leeds & Frontenac ... J. C. Judd do 

John Ferguson 

A. E. Stevens 

Lennox Wm . D . Roblin do 

John D Rennie do 

Lincoln Wm . Mitchell do 

Robt. Hadgraft do 

Manitoulin Island Richard Oliver do 

S. R. McKewen do 

Thos . Norquay do 

Middlesex J. W . Gibson do 

Robt. E . Jury do 

Frank McVean do 

Michipicoten Island . . H. Davien do 

Muskoka Fred . K . Brown do 

John H. Wilmott do 

H. Moore do 

Muskoka and Parry 

r-JSound Wm. Smith do 

Nepigon River Cbas . de Laronde do 

Nipissing . . John Armstrong do 

S . A . Huntington do 

H. W. Legault do 

M . Mullin do 

Norfolk* Geo. D. McColl do 

Northumberland F . Johnstone do 

Louis Cock do 

Alex . Skeene do 

Ontario John Steele do 

J . Bowerman do 

Jas. M. Willis do 

Jos . Gerow do 

Ontario and Victoria . . M . Thwaite do 

Parry Sound R. Menzies do 

J. Paul do 

J. A.. Johnston do 

P. Sound & Nipissing. . Geo. M. Bailey do 

Peel R. J. Walker , . . do 

Alex. A. Clunis do 

Peterboro Jno. Brown do 

P .W. C. Shewen do 

F. J. Moore do 

Thos. Nicholls do 

Jos. Yellands do 

Arch'd Macintyre do 

Jno. Dickson do 

Pelee Island Wm. Stewart do 

Prescott J. P. Villeneuve do 

Isaac Blondin do 

Prince Edward M. Clark do 

do & Has'gs J. K. McCarger do 

Rainy River Alex. Guerard do 

Morrison Kyle do 

John Perry do 

John Nash do 



$100 00 






75 00 


Expenses $13 15 


150 00 


do 


4 35 


125 00 


do 


20 08 


75 00 


do 


55 66 


16 67 


do 


11 61 


75 00 


do 


6 00 


79 17 


do 


10 94 


150 00 


do 


101 23 


160 00 


do 


188 45 


40 00 






40 00 


do 


6 35 


25 00 


do 


2 40 


50 00 


do 


12 75 


75 00 


do 


25 55 


50 00 


do 


9 75 


75 00 


do 


21 60 


50 00 


do 


43 52 


50 00 


do 


3 96 


400 00 


do 


52 08 


600 00 


do 


377 88 




do 


1 80 




do 


5 25 


100 00 


do 


20 93 


100 00 


do 


3 89 


50 00 


do 


36 85 


35 69 


do 


5 93 


250 00 


do 


233 59 


50 00 






35 00 






13 49 






50 00 


do 


5 55 


376 50 


do 


141 68 


15 63 






24 72 






50 00 


do 


16 36 


24 72 


do 




100 00 


do 


18 95 


196 00 






50 00 






100 00 






79 17 


do 


82 67 


15 63 


do 


2 93 


250 00 


do 


97 21 


75 00 


do 


54 


200 00 


do 


63 79 


75 00 


do 


16 75 


75 00 


do 


188 77 


75 00 


do 


29 05 


50 00 


do 


5 50 


75 00 


do 


4 00 


600 00 


do 


168 59 


75 00 






75 00 






200 00 






25 00 


do 


20 50 


50 00 


do 


1 02 


50 00 






100 00 


do 


24 43 


25 00 


do 


24 80 


100 00 


do 


65 55 


100 00 


do 


17 00 


100 00 


do 


96 70 


50 00 


do 


12 40 


25 00 


do 


10 35 


100 00 


do 


8 80 


100 00 


do 


13 80 


50 00 


do 


9 81 


166 67 


do 


210 15 


600 00 


do 


246 58 


200 00 


do 


210 25 


275 00 






50 00 






25 00 







1901 ] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 165 



MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 



FISH ERIES— Con. 



Renfrew Henry Barr Salary $400 00 Expenses $38 03 

Charles Taylor do 39 59 do 118 55 

Simcoe Felix Labatt do 50 00 

D. McNabb do 75 00 do 140 05 

Thos. Payette do 50 00 do 6 81 

D. A. McNiven do 75 00 do 30 15 

Thunder Bay Wm. McKirdy do 100 00 

Jas. Whalen do 50 00 

Alex. McComber do 300 00 do 62 48 

Victoria Nicholas Brady do 75 00 do 128 56 

J. R. Graham do 75 00 do 10 20 

Alex. Trotter do 25 00 

Welland ..Jos. Ellis do 75 00 do 5 50 

Wentworth Charles Ogg do 100 00 do 71 24 

Wolfe Island D. Cattenach do 100 00 do 14 75 

York F.Terry do 100 00 do 83 25 

Wm. R. Wood do 150 00 do 37 45 

Ed. Oharpontier do 20 84 do 32 80 18.030 62 

Services as special guardian :— 

F. J. Gouldie: Lake of Bays, 25.00: Alex. Steele. Lake Simcoe, 10*50: 

Jas. Patterson: Lake Simcoe, 50 00: Thos. Adams: do 24.00: 

H.Graham. do 87.00: C.H.Curtis: do 91.50. 

J. McJuaggart: do 76.50: A. McKay: do 45.00: 

H. Oharpontier: do 54.00: J. H. Rout: do 85.50: 

Geo. Forsythe: Otonabee River and Rice Lake, 78.00: T. Wallace: Rice Lake, 50.00: 
E.B.Wilson: do do 10.50: C. Butler* do 10.50: 

Harry Starr: do do 72 00: Geo.Griffin: D'con'sRpds.,16 87: 

W. N. Simpson: Gull River and Balsam Lake, 20,00: H.C.Bowen: Lake Scugog, 25.00: 
R.Cosgrove: B'kh'n&P'g'n Lakes(1900),25.00: S.Perdue: B'kh'n&Pg'nLakes(1900),25.00: 
John Seager: Toronto Island, 14.00: J. K* Statler: UhemoDg Lake, 25.00: 

J. W. Hamilton: Chemong Lake, 25.00 945 87 

Special services re enforcement of Act :— 

A. Waddell: 4.73: Hugh O'Leary: 12.00: J. H. Brickwood : 20.00: Chas. Oaks: 129.00: 
A. Cranston: 34.00: Jno. Nott, J.P: 2.10: F. C. S. Knowles. .10.00: A.E.Sarvis: 5.00: 

J. S. Jarvis: 5.20 222 03 

Travelling expenses and disbursements : — 

J. Gill: 2.28: Chas. Oaks: 2.00: H. C. Bowan: 75c 5 03 

Expenditure, etc., for steamer Gilphie : — 

A. Mc Auley : Services as captain at 65.00 per month , 

Geo. Martin : do engineer at 45.00 do 

Chas. H. Knight . do wheelsman at 35.00 do 

S. Richmond : do boatman at 35.00 do 

Jno. Causley : do fireman at 20.00 do ' 

John Dion : do cook at 30.00 do 

E. Reilly : Board of self and men, 20.50: A. Mc Auley : Board of crew, 588.01 

Abbey Bros: Care of steamer, 20.00: lifeboat, 25.00: carpentering and repairing, 23.18. . 
Owen Sound Hardware Co: Repairing machinery, 11.50: P. Doherty: 2 pr. oars, 4.00 

Allen J. Ross: Supplies and Repairs, 158.96" J. Leckie Co' Life preserver, 4.50 

D. S. Pratt: 21 tons 350 lbs. coal at 6.50, 137.63: 22 tons 465 lbs. coal at 6.25, 136.52: 

10 tons 790 lbs coal at 6.00, 62.37 

W. H. Smith : 26 tons 920 lbs. coal at 6.25, 165.38. . $ cord wood, 1.25 

C. Beck" 3 tons 1,200 lbs. coal at 6.15, 22.14: 1 ton coal, 4.50: wood, 8.80 

W . D. Dummis '. 3 tons soft coal at 4 . 50 

G. Danter: 2,100 lbs. coal at 6.50, 6.85: M. J. McKinnon : \ cord wood, 75c 

Galna & Danter: 1 ton 385 lbs. coal, 7.65: Dominion Fish Co: £ cord wood. 1.75 

Alcock, Laight & Westwood: Waterp'f nets, 1.54: J. Jamieson: Official clothing, 131.00 

W. R. McCool : Cotton duck, etc. , 8 . 39 : McKinnon & Co : Duck, 1 . 95 

G. H . Wright : Tools, hardware, etc . . 18 60 . M . J. White : Oil, etc . , 1 50 

McKinnon & Co: Coal oil, 1 50 W. D. Ritchie: Coal oil, 1.50 

F. H. Corbeau: Furniture, 6.45: C. S. Schmidt: Mattrasses and springs, 15.50 .. . 

T. Eaton Co : Furnishings, 16 38 : Fletcher M'f'g Co: Furnishings, 1.40 

Mrs . Gordon : Washing, 1 . 75 : M. Jennings : Washing linen, 4 . 95 

Mrs . Ferris : Washing, 11 81 : & . Reilly : Making bedding, 1 . 25 

A. Mc Auley : Sundry petty payments 

Travelling expenses : 

C. Knight, 1.00; A. McAuley, 6.00; G. Martin, 6.00; S. Richmond, 20.00; 3. Dixon, 10.65 

Can. Exp. Co : Charges, 1.05 ; Bell Telephone Co : Messages, 25c 

Scottish Union Insurance Co : Premium 

Expenditure Steamer Eva Belle: 

A. E. Stevens : Services as Master at 1.25 per day 

R. E. Davis : do Engineer, do 

T. Eaton Co: Caps, coats, etc, 6.59 ; M. A. Gendron: Rope and grapling iron, 1.80 . . 

R. H. Smart: Pipe, 15.78 ; J. W. Woods, flag, 6.75 

W. W. Lockwood : Insurance premium, 16.00 ; Carpentering, 3.75 

M. C. Fredenburgh: Lumber, etc, 5.20 ; M. McEwen & Co: Lumber, 3.29 



537 34 


372 00 


277 66 


271 83 


140 00 


236 00 


608 51 


68 18 


15 50 


163 46 


336 52 


166 63 


35 44 


13 50 


7 60 


9 40 


132 54 


10 34 


20 10 


3 00 


21 95 


17 78 


6 70 


13 06 


17 65 


43 65 


1 30 


62 50 


255 00 


247 50 


8 39 


22 53 


19 75 


8 49 



166 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 

i 

MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 
FISHERIES— Con. 

Warrington & Co ■ Stove, 3.75 ; J. A. Scott: Hardware, 5.09 $8 84 

Scott & Hqgan: Paints, oils, etc, 10.29 ; H. W. Lockwood : Wood, 8.00 18 29 

McBroom Bros : Wood, 2.25 ; F. S. Harrison : Wood, coal, etc, 6 72 8 97 

J. King: Wood, 2.65 ; W. Johnston: Wood, 1.75 ; J. H. Gould: Wood, 5.65 10 05 

M. Smith : Wood, 2.50 ; Bell Telephone Co : Messages, 35c 2 85 

W. Wills: Cartage, 50c ; W. Clemans: Cartage, 4.00 4 50 

R. E. Davis Travelling expenses, 3.00 ; A. E. Stevens: Sundry petty payments, 1.30 4 30 
Expenditure Fish Car : 

N. L. Piper Supply Co : Cans and galvanized pails 42 90 

Allcock, Laight & Westwood: Landing nets, 7.35 ; Thos. Stewart: Landing net. 1.75 9 10 

Tangent Cycle Co: Air pump. 5.61 ; J. L. Helmer: Supplying " parent fish," 952.00. . 957 61 

Palmerston & Madden: Repairing refrigerator, 1.50 ; Thos. Hurley" Ice, 27.88 29 38 

E. Harris*. Ice, 3.98: McGee Walton Ice Co: Ice, 6.00: J. Dow: Ice, 10.50 .... 20 48 

John Cope: Hauling ice, 13.50: John Seager: Services in charge of car, 10.00 23 50 

J. A. Tennant: Axe for car. 1.25: G.T.R.Co: Use of car, 10.00: transportation, 144.00 155 25 
Expenditure Sail boat Gladys : 

John Weekes: Fitting out & repairing, 6.00: F. Weekes: Fitting out & repairing, 7.00 13 00 

do Services assisting Overseer Pratt 210 00 

W. J. Henry! Mounting fish specimens, 21. 00' A. Kirkwood: Books on fisheries, 50.00. 71 00 

W. J. Topley : Mounting prints and enlarging views of Nepigon and Lake Superior 76 00 

G. B. Meadows : Wire screening protecting fish Scugog 18 90 

Wood, Vallance & Co: Cable marking div. between fisheries Counties Wentworth & Lincoln 11 90 

J.F. Graves: Storage confiscated nets, 16.00. Abbey Bros, sailboat & fittings R. Oliver, 185.00 201 00 

W. Cowell: Boat fir Overseer Farrell, 15.00: Louis Gagne: Sail boat and fittings, 110.00. . 125 00 

Dept Marine and Fisheries: Sailboat for Lake Erie, 25.00. F. Smith. Painting boat, 12.00 37 00 

A. McCormack & Son. Paints, oils, etc, 8.56: John Holloway: Rope & pulley blocks, 2.10 10 66 

W . L . Lewis : Mast hoops, 2 . 40 : Allcock, Laight & Co : Waterproof nets, 1 . 50 3 90 

Legal Chart Co: Law list, 2.00: Circuit Guide Pub. Co: Copies guide, 2 00 4 00 

Might Dir. Co' Directory, 5.00: Remington Typewriter Co : Typewriter & cabinet, 105.00 110 00 

G.J. Castle: Copy holder, 3.50: C. Gripton: Rubber stamps and repairs, 12.75 16 25 

Ontario Pub. Co: Gazette, 5.00: W. McMaster : Postage stamps, 237.00 242 00 

Toronto Railway Co: Car tickets, 10.00: Can. Exp Co: Charges, 7.20 17 20 

Dominion Express Co: Charges, 120: G. N. W. Tel. Co: Telegrams, 74.90 76 10 

C. P. R. Tel. Co : Telegrams, 47.56: Can. Transfer Co : Cartage, 1.50 49 06 

G. T. Ry. Co : Freight charges, 4.30 : Bell Telephone Co : Messages, 8.60 12 90 

Doane Bros. Livery : Cab hire 8 25 

Travelling expenses : 

S. T. Bastedo, 130.00: J. S.Webster, 48.00: W.W. Ellis, 145.00' H.G.Cox, 33.20: 

J. Seager, 8.75 : A. H. Wallace, 4. 45 : Thos Stewart, 4.30 373 70 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter: Ptg and binding, 128.44: Rolph. Smith & Co: Stamping, 10.00 138 44 

L. K. Cameron: Stationery, 216.20: paper, 74.81: J. S.Webster: Pay mess, service, 6.50 297 51 

Sundry newspapers : Subscriptions, 15.00: Hamilton Times: Advertising, 75c 15 75 

CANADIAN HUMANE SOCIETY, ($250.00.) 

Adam Brown, President : Grant ....... 250 00 

STATUE TO LATE QUEEN VICTORIA, ($4,500.00.) 

Mcintosh Granite and Marble Co ! On account 4,500 00 

COMMITTEE OF HOUSE FOR ART PURPOSES, ($1,325.00.) 

Laura Muntz: Painting " Interesting Story " 200 00 

Emma S. Windeat: Painting " Coming Stcrm " 75 00 

A. D. Patterson : On account portrait Sir Oliver Mowat 400 00 

do do Hon. Sanfield Macdonald 200 00 

J. W. L. Forster : Portrait of General Wolfe 250 00 

do Portrait of Hon. A. S. Hardy 200 00 

MUNICIPAL AUDITOR, ($2,486.16.) 

J. B. Laing: Municipal Auditor, 12 mo,, 2,000.00: Warwick Bros. & Rutter: Printing, 4.25 2,004 25 

Rolph, Smith & Co: Stamping, 10.00: G. N. W. Tel. Co : Telegrams, 92c 10 92 

L. K. Cameron: Paper, 5.74: stationery, 15.25 20 99 

J. B . Laing : Travelling expenses 450 00 

VICTORIAN ORDER OF NURSES, ($2,500.00.) 

. W. Courtney, Treasurer: Grant 2,500 00 



1901 ] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 167 

MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 
PREVENTION OF EXPORT OF SAW LOGS, ($28.60.) 

J- Besphey . Wages 1.25 day watching logs $25 00 

H. Ditchburn : Hire of boat, do 3 60 

EXPLORATION OF ONTARIO BETWEEN C. P. R. AND HUDSON BAY. (12,006.45.) 

Party No. 1 :— 

R. W. Coulthard, Geologist : Services preparing report 30 00 

Party No. 3 :— 

Geo. R. Gray: Services as Explorer and Timber Estimator, at 210.00 per month. 1,015.00: 

services preparing report, 210.00: allowance for rations, at 70c. per day, 685.30: 

allowance for transportation and travelling expenses of party, 312.20: 

services hiring men, forwarding supplies, etc., 49,00. 

allowance for camp outfit, 10.00: 
J. L. R. Parsons: Services as Geologist, at 60.00 per month, 290.00: 

services preparing report, 44.00. 
John Gray: Services as Timberman, at 60.00 per month, 624.00: 

allowance for board, at 70c per day, 10 50: 
G. Rawson: Services as Timberman, at 60.00 per month, 322.00: 

allowance for board, at 70c per day, 10.50: 
E. H. Michell' Services as Canoeman, at 35.00 per month, 170.34: 
Alex. Loundrie: do do 47.84: 

John Wood: Services as Cook, at 40.00 per month 93.34 3,594 02 

Less advanced, 1900 3,300 00 



s Party No. 4 : - 294 02 
Alex. Baird: Services as Surveyor, at 210.00 per month, 875.70: 

services preparing plans, report, etc., 420.00: 

transportation and travelling expenses, 340.43: 

allowance for rations, at 70c per day, 505.40: camp outfit, 10.00: 

telegrams, postages, etc., 7. 01: 
J. McCoaachie: Balance services as Timber Estimator, 130.00: 

services preparing report, 24.00: travelling expenses, 24.75: 

G. M. Stewart : Balance services as Geologist, 120.00 : 
Jno. E, River: Services as Canoeman, at 35.00 per month, 97.36: 
Jas. English River: Services as Guide, at 35.00 per month, 103.25. 
John Wan-da-bv: Services as Canoeman, at 35.00 per month, 97.36: 
Wm. Grimshaw: Services as Cook, at 40.00 per month, 150.67: 
Wa-ba: Packman, at 1.25 per day, 5.63: 
A. Matchinne: Packman and Guide, at 1.50 per day, 13.50: 

A Paul: Packman, at 1.50 per day, 9.00 2,934 06 

Less advanced to Alex. Baird, 1900 2,365 00 

Party No. 5 :— 569 06 

W. S.Davidson: Services as Surveyor, at 210.00 per month, 896.00: 

do preparing report, 420.00: 
allowance for rations, at 70c per day, 557.20" 
transportation and travelling expenses, 153.25: 
R. Proctor: Balance service as Timber Estimator, at 90.00 per month, 60.00: 

preparing report, 18.00: travelling expenses, 67.05. 

E. V. Neelands: Balance services as Geologist at 60.00 per month, 40.00: 

do Travelling expenses, 64.15 2,275 60 

advanced to W. S. Davidson, 1900 1,170 15 



Party No. 6 :— 1,105 45 
J. M. Tiernan: Services as surveyor at 210.00 per month, 1,036.00." — — 

Allowance for rations at 70c per day, 837.20: 

Transportation and travelling expenses, 533.75: 

Allowance for camp outfit, 10.00 : 
J. L. Hanes: Services as timber estimator at 90.00 per month, 126.00: 

Trav. exp and disbursements, 5.65: services preparing report, 30.00: 

A. H. A. Robinson: Services as geologist at 60.00 per month, 282.00: trav. exp. 22.05: 
E. A. Goode: Services as canoeman at 35.00 per month, 165.67" 
G. L. Milligan: do do 168 00: 

Jae. Tiernan: Balance, services as canoeman at 35 00 per month, 8.00: 
Jas. Abinet: Services as canoeman at 35.00 per month, 151.67: 
Jas. Martin: do and guide at 35.00 per month, 145.83: 

J. Sanders: Services as cook at 40.00 per month, 192.00: 
M. Omega: Services as canoeman at 1.50 per day, 13.50: 
Jas. Assinab' do do 18.00: 

Indians 4): do do 12.00: 

Speight & VanNostrand : Making plans, etc, at 7.00 per day, 294.00 , 4,051 32 

Lees advanced to J. M. Tiernan, 1900 , 3,100 00 

951 32 



168 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No. 1 



MISCELL AN EOUS— Continued. 

EXPLORATION OF ONTARIO, ETC. -Con. 

Party No. 7 :— 

H. B. Proudfoot: Service as surveyor at 210.00 per month, 1,533.00: 
Transportation and travelling expenses, 505.26 : 

Allowance for rations at 70c per day, 757. 40: camp outfit, 10.00: 

J. A. Sharpe: Balance services as timber estimator at 90.00 per month, 140.00: 

Preparing report, 1S.00 : 
F. J. Snelgrove: Balance services as geologist at 60.00 per month, 114.00: 
W. H. Proudfoot: Services as assistant at 60.00 per month, 68.00: 
Services as canoeman at 45.00 per month : — 
C. De la Ronde, 26.00: W. Wilson, 19.50: Chas. Purvis, 19.50: Pootan, 19.50: 

Alphonse, 19.50: A. Bouchard, 19.50: D. Deschamp, 19.50: Isedore, 19.50: 

L. Bushley, 8.70: 
Services as canoemen at 35.00 per month : — 

W. Campbell, 156.33: P. G. Dawson, 39.66: C. G. Graham, 156.33: 

Services as guide at 35.00 per month :— 
Gejeckweb, 65.32: Shay ance, 44.33: Tebahkeneweur, 108.50: 

A. C. Yrette: Services as cook at 40.00 per month, 164.00 $4,051 33 

Less advanced to H. B. Proudfoot, 1900 3,275 00 



776 33 



Party No. 8 :— 

D. Beatty: Services as surveyor at 210.00 per month, 938.00: 

Services preparing report, etc, 441.00: Transportation and trav. exp., 660.79: 

Allowance for rations at 70c per day, 758.10: Camp outfit, 10.00: 

John Piche: Balance services as Land and Timber Estimator at 90.00 per month, 336.00: 

Preparing map, 4.75: 
Alex. Smith: Services as Geologist at 60 00 per month, 268.00: 

do travelling expenses and board re report, 41.50: 

D. Esquhe : Services as canoeman and packman at 35.00 per month, 60.66 '. 

A. McGee .do do 
O. Wogwas: do do 

Services as canoemen at 46.50 per month : — 
T. Bouchard, 28.50: A. Lexie, 28.50: 

J. Kookwermi, 72.00: J. Bouchard, 48.00: 
M. Manitouchings, 48.00: 

S. Hurd: Services as cook at 40.00 per month, 175.48 
Less advanced to D. Beatty, 1900. 

Party No. 9 :— 

James Robertson: Services as Surveyor at 210 00 per month, 812.00: 
do do organizing party, 56.00. 

do do preparing report, 353.50: 

Transportation and travelling expenses, 410.55: 
Allowance for rations At 70c per day, 539. 00: 
Hudson's Bay Co : Transportation, 10.48: 
D. McPhee: Services as Timber Estimator at 90,00 per month. 334.94: 

do Services preparing report, 18.00: 

J. E. Davison: Services as Geologist at 60.00 per month, 227.23: 

do Preparing report, 30 00: 

R. Biggs: Services as canoeman at 35.00 per month, 132.55: 

B. F. Ramsden. do do 132 55: 
J. Baxter' do do 132.55: 

F. N. Armstrong: Services as cook at 40.00 per month, 151.48 3,340 83 

Less advanced to James Robertson, 1900 1,700 00 



do 
do 


157.49: 
60.66: 




A. Bouchard, 76.50. 
Isaac Collin, 19.50: 


R. Hardy, 72.00: 
P. Cameron, 18.00: 




175.48 




4,323 43 
4,070 00 










253 43 



1,640 83 

Party N. 10 :— 

J. McAree: Services as Surveyor at 210.00 per month, 1,094,80: 

Services preparing report, 420.00: • 

Travelling and transportation expenses, 236.33: 
Allowance for rations at 70c per day, 573.30: 
John Nash: Timber estimator, preparing report, 24.00: 

John A. Johnston: Geologist, preparing report, 30.00: Camera supplies, 12.33: 

Hy Favel: Services as canoeman at 35.00 per month, 157.50: 

J. J. Linklater • Services as cook at 40.00 do 180.00 2,728 26 

Less advanced to J. McAree, 1900 2,400 00 

328 26 

W. Lochhead ; Services at 2. 00 per day identifying plants collected by parties in New 

Ontario . 12 00 

N. R. Butcher : Services typewriting Geological reports " 

Phillips Thompson : Services preparing reports at 3.00 per day 139 50 

Copp, Clark Co: Lithographing, 22,000 maps Northern Ontario 2,400 00 

do Folding maps 215 00 



1901] 



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169 



MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 
EXPLORATION OF ONTARIO, ETC.— Con. 

Warwick Bros. & Butter : Printing and binding reports Northern Ontario ... $ 1,302 00 

do Envelopes and mailing do 120 45 

L. K. Cameron: Stationery, 124.30: Paper, 1,694.50 1,818 80 

COMPILATION IMPERIAL STATUTES ($2,164.45.) 



Hon.SirJ.A.Boyd,K.C.M.G,On account services 

Sir W. R. Meredith do 

Sir T. W. Taylor do 

Hon. Justice Falconbridge. . do 

Hon. Justice Moss do 

A. E. Trow Services compiling and revising at 5.00 per day 

L. K. Cameron Stationery 



LABOR BUREAU ($2,685.83.) 



R. Glockling' Salary as Director, 12 months 

M. E. Mason: Salary as clerk and stenographer, 12 months 

Warwick Bro's & Rutter: Printing, 93.20: L. K Cameron' Paper, 55.88: 

Davis & Henderson: Stationery, 3 65: J. R. Nichols: Stationery, 75c 

Mrs. Hubertus: Postage stamps, 20.00: Remington Tvpewriter Co : Supplies, 2 40 

Might Directory Co' Directory, 12.00: Can. Legal & Pub. Co: Law list, 2.00 

Carswell Co: Labor laws, 3.00: G. N. W. Tel. Co: Telegrams, 37c 

Toronto Ry Co: Car ticket*, 5.00: Dom. Exp. Co: Charges, 2.00 

R. Glockling: Travelling expenses, 386.95: The Toiler: Advertising, 66.00. 

Scottish Canadian: Advertising, 10.00: Labor Directory: do 14.00 

Souvenir Pub. Co do 10.00: Ottawa L. D. Souvenir: Advertising, 15,00 

Sundry newspapers : Subscriptions 

Assc'n Officers' Labor Statistics: Membership fee, 5.00: copy proceedings, 3.00 



staty, 66.13 



250 00 


250 00 


250 00 


250 00 


250 00 


895 00 


19 45 


1,500 00 


400 00 


215 21 


4 40 


22 40 


14 00 


3 37 


7 00 


452 95 


24 00 


25 00 


9 50 


8 00 



ASSESSMENT COMMISSION ($6,442.12.) 



His Honor Justice : — 

McLennan, 750.00 

A.Pratt, 350.00: D. R. Wilkie, 350.00: 



M. J. Butler, 350.0: 



Account services Commission, 

McMahon, 750.00 

H. MacPherson, 350.00: 

K. W. McKay, 350.00 . . , 

Thomas Langton Services as Secretary 

Thomas Bengough . . . Services reporting proceedings 

F. McKelcan Legal services as counsel Ontario Municipal Association 

D. F. Tolchard Luncheons for Commissioners 

Warwick' Bro's & Rutter. . .Printing, 6.40: L. K. Cameron: Paper, 468.60: etat'y, 
Globe Ptg Co Advertising , 



6.12 



1,500 00 

1,750 00 

1,500 00 

750 00 

350 00 

99 00 

481 12 

12 00 



PAN AMERICAN EXPOSITION ($21,696,54.) 



Mineral Exhibit :— 

F. N. Speller . Services collecting and preparing exhibit at 3.00 per day 318 00 

do in charge of exhibit at 6.00 per day 1,284 00 

Elliott & Son Co: Map of Ont 475 00 

R. Snell : 2000 copies Mines and Mining in Eastern Ontario 80 00 

Services at 14 00 per week : — 
F. J. Andrews, 93.32: E. Britton, 17.50. R. H. Wickham, 14.00: 

D. Kennedy, 11.25: J. Cadieux, 212.00 T. A. Kennedy, 1.25. 

Unloading and storing minerals, Thomas Doyle, 15.00: P. Quigley, 15.00: 

do Pay Lists, wages men, 34.56 413 88 

C. Rogers & Sons Co: Repairing show cases etc, 45 00: D. Boyle: 6 walnut cases, 99.00 . 144 00 

A. Cutler & Son: Rent of desk, table and chairs 19.05: Farmer Bros: Photos, 1.65 20 70 

Beatty Mfg. Co : Contract installation of exhibit and banners 1,540 00 

Milton Pressed Brick Co: Share of cost erecting brick terra cotta arch 100 00 

H. M. Loud, Sons Co: Lumber, 35 22: L. A. Williams & Co: Lumber, 16.57 51 79 

J . L. Banks : Model figure of Canada in plaster 110 00 

J. C. S. Bennett: Enlarging photos, framing, etc 26 25 

Toronto Litho. Co: Portraits, 22.50: Colored plates for reptrt, 22.50 45 00 

Rolph Smith Co: Drawing portraits, etc, 72.00: Crawford & Newby : Lettering signs, 47.00. 119 00 

J. J. O'Hearn Numbering specimens 3 20 

Copp Clark Co: Drawing and making zinc etching of Sudbury, map mining district 45 00 

do do maps of N W part of Ontario 100 00 

Unwin Murphy & Esten : Drawing Archaelogical map of Ontario 8 00 

Supplies* and fittings for exhibit : — 
Art Metropole, 2.39: Geo. Lowe, 1.75: Adam Meldrum & Co, 29.17: 

J. J. George, 66.55: Rice Lewis & Son, 50.15: Queenston Quarry Co, 15.00 • 

D. Doflinger & Sons, 23.40: J. Lucas. 95c: 



17i 



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]No. 1 



MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 



PAN AMERICAN EX POSITION- Con. 



C. T. Sevin, 11.25: D. Miles, 4 50' J. E. Shaw, 12.00: 

Buffalo Ass'n Fire Underwriters. 3.00: P. M. Healey, 4.75: Bain & Bain. 4.12: 
C. E. Harding, 24.20: Scientific Pub. Co, i5.00: A. Cutler & Sons, 1.80: 

W. A. Murray & Co. 7.70: Scott <fc Hudson Co, 3.25: J. W. Geddee, 2.50: 

Eakinsfe Ferris, 5.00: C. D. Arnold, 15.50 $303 93 

H. J. Sackett: Electric wiring, 20.25: Pan Am. Exposition Co: Electric lights, 10.00 30 25 

D. Mcintosh & Sons: Cleaning and polishing specimens 106 70 

E. E. Roth Co : Insurance on exhibit 75 00 

Warwick Bros & Rutter : Printing. 239.17 : Catalogues and reports, 612.00 861 17 

Adams & White: Stationery, 12.75: L.K.Cameron: Stationery, 5.80: Paper, 773.87 792 42 

F. N. Speller : To pay wages of assistants . 447 57 

do Subscriptions re receptions opening mines building, etc, 70 00 

do Travelling expenses and disbursements .... 511 11 

J.W.Wells: do do 23 79 

D.G.Boyd- do do 20 95 

F. N. Gibbs: Travelling expenses, 65.45: Use of collection, 50.00* 

do To pay for shipment of collection, 16.05: Typewriting statement, 2.00 133 50 

P. J. Crotty: Trav. exp. & board, 100.35: W. E. H. Carter: Trav. expenses, 37.25 : 

T.W.Gibson, do 71.40: J. Cadieux, do 13.85. 222 85 

C. P. Railway Co: Freight charges, 332 60: G. T. Ry. Co: Freight charges, 95.47" 

N. Y. Central Ry: do 8 00: M. C. Ry. Co: do 1.50: 

Exposition CartageCo: Cartage,109.17: Canadian Transfer Co, cartage, 21.90 

Dominion Transfer Co : do 14.00: L. C. Charlesworth: do 1.45: 

Dormer, Willson Co: do 76.00: Canadian Express Co : Charges, 3.30: 

Dominion Express Co: Charges, 30.10: American Express Co : do 14.37: 

C. E. Harding. .Storage and cartage, 25. 95 : J.O.Collins: Brokerage and customs, 43.90 777 71 

Fruit exhibit : — 
Fruit supplied — 

G. F. Stewart, 13.70: A. Pay. 37.80' W. H. Bunting, 13.20 : 

Cold Stnrasre Co, 8.70: A. M. Smith, 16,20: J. A. Patterson, 1.50: 

Dwyer & Griffith, 3.50: A. W Peart, 2.15: E, D. Smith, 1.50 • 

T. 6. Haeaman. 2.60: A. Railton, 11.30. W. W. Hilborn, 30.25: 

J. J. Prichard, 1 35: J. Dunn, 8.00: W. Richard, 26.65: 

A. H. Woodbridge, 1.50: C. D. Ashbaugh, 1.50* A. F Haynes, 5.50: 

C. W. Honsberger, 5.00: C. E. Fisher & Son, 8.50: T. Beatty, 7.25: 

S. M. Culp, 9.25: J. E. Hambley, 3.25: J. F. Brennan & Son, 13.50: 

G. Bunting, 8.50: A. A. Leslie, i3.45: A. Griffis, 6 25* 

Titterington & Co, 15.00: W. H. Dempsey, 5.00: W. J. Allen, 1.20 283 05 

Collecting fruit— 
R. Curry, 23.00: D. Friel, 9.00: R L. Huggard, 5.00: 

M. A. Read, 8 00: W. Armstrong, 15.00: W. E. A. Peer, 6670: 

J. C. Fisher, 5.00: F. A. Sheppard, 63.00: A. M. Smith, 10.00: 

T. C. Hagaman, 6.40: E. B Stevenson, 4.00: W. M. Orr, 9.00 214 10 

W. H. Bunting: services in charge at 5.00 a day 950 00 

J.J.Collins: do assistant with allowance 4.00 per day 554 00 

E . Morden : do 3 . 00 per day, 187 . 00 : R. Thompson, 2 . 50 day, 317 . 50 504 5O 

C. W. Demille: do 10.00: E. Bunting: Typewriting, 10.00 20 00 

Kate House : do 2 . 00 day, 330 . 00 W . Brodie : Services, 4.00 334 00 

J.Scott: do 18.00: S.G.Dobson: Preparing plans for exhibition booth, 40.00 58 00 

J . Carty : do taking down fixtures 17 12 

J. O . Fisher : Fruit jars, etc, 48 . 10 : A . Haynes : Fruit jars, etc, 72.20 120 30 

R . Thompson : ' do 13 . 40 : Dyment Lumber Co * Fruit cases, 28.35 41 75 

iS. M. Jarvis: Rent of tarpaulins, 15.00: Sundry persons: Labor installing exhibit, 38.75 53.75 

Beggy & Son Co : Painting and decorating buildings 225 OO 

do Travelling expenses and board of men 42 60 

J. McBride: Lumber, etc, 255 72: labor, 521.47* board of men, 39.90: freight, etc, 9.60 826 69 

Material and supplies installing exhibit — 
Thompson, Hubman & Fisher, 13.23 Steinberger, Hendry & Co, 10.00: Post & Son, 5.65: 
Adam & Co, 68.71: B. Y. Leslie, 4.06: Galbraith Photo Co, 2.25 C. L. Stephens, 1.80: 
N. Construction Co, 6.00: The Print Shop, 1.75: R. Thompson, 15.74: Weld & Co, 3.55: 
Otto Ulbrichfe Co, 1.48: Wallbridge& Co,. 25: C.D.Arnold, 1700: Victor Herman ,97. 30: 
Willard Co, 2.00: W. Watson, 2.00: F. E. Dowley, 7. 00: W. Scott, 2.60: 
Elliott & Son Co, 3850: B. C. Fairchild, 20.65: K. House, 2.00: Alex. Stewart, 7.55: 
McLaren & Co, 248.28 * Co-operation Cycle Co. 8.92 * Lutz Bros, 3.85 592 02 

W. H. Bunting* Disbursements, 35.02: J. J. Collins: Disbursements, 33.37 68 39 

Printing and stationery— 

McComb Bros, 11.95: Tosburg, 7.05* Niaerara Envelope Co, 1.75: Courier Co, .65: 

Waterman Pen Co, 5.00: Journal Ptg Co, 12.25 38 65 

Travelling expenses and disbursements — 
L. Woolverton, 28.70: R. Thompson, 215.56: W. H. Bunting, 484.36 J. J. Collins, 175.40: 
W. Brodie, 4.10: E. B. Stevenson, 6.05: W.M.Orr, 8.20: J. Scott, 3.80: E. Morden,110.22 1,036 39 

W. H. Bunting : To pay telegrams, telephone messages, etc 3 61 

L. H. Collier: Consular certificate, 5.00: Collector Customs: Duty charges, 35.26 40 26 



323 12 


25 68 


9 85 


3 70 


82 00 


36 20 


181 11 


111 75 


119 15 


11 00 


47 00 


48 65 


39 28 


31 20 



1901 1 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 171 



MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 

PAN AMERICAN EXPOSITION- Cow. 

Can Exp Co! Charges, 90.30: Am Exp Co: Charges, 46.55: Dom Exp Co: Charges, 5.50: 
S.B.Morris&Co: do .66: Natl Exp Co: do 2.45: G. T. Ry Co: do 57.95: 

C. P. RyCo: do 1.30: M. C, Ry Co: do 1.75: Ward's Exp: Cartage, 3.60: 

Jos. Watson: Cartage, 2.94: Exp Crtg Co: Cartage, 8.84: W. Bingard: do 16.00: 
A.A.Leslie: do 5.00: Sundry persons : do 2.45. Cold Strge Co: Stg,&c, 40.00: 

C.E.Harding: Storage, 12.80: BuffStrgeCo: Strge, &c, 98. 18: Globe ¥t% Co: Sub, 1.50. ... $397 77 

W. Houston: Travelling expenses, 6.20: Manton Bros: Plants, 101.50 107 70 

Gold Medal Furniture Co : Excelsior, for packing plants 1 44 

Can. Exp. Co : Charges, 11 . 05 : U.S. Consul : Certificate, 2.50 13 55 

Forestry and Colonization Exhibit : — 

R Hillyer: Services 3 80 day, 45.60: F. W. Beamen: 3.25 day, 92.80: 

M. C. Swanson: 4.00 day, 788.00: J. C. Knott: Packing exhibit, 18.20: 

do 2.00 day, 8.00: J. S. Charles, 2 00 day, 36.00 988 60 

T. Southworth : Trav exps and disbts, 85.50 : M. C. Swanson: Trav exp anddisbts,80.30: 

J. M. Macoun: do 157.32 

T. Evans & Son: Repairing deer heads, 18, 18: Steinberger, Hendry & Co : Map of Ont., 7.50 

O. Spanner & Co : Packing moose and beaver heads 

do Repairing and packing cariboo head 

Brit Can Timber Mfg Co. .3 tree sections, 10.00: Office Sp'c'lty Co: Desk and chair, 72.00 
Matthews Bros: Picture frames, 28.45: Hunter, Rose & Co : Cards and tablets, 7.75 

J. B. Smith & Sons: Polished woods, etc, 92.30: storage, 25.00: freight and express, 63.81 

Topley Studio: Photos, etc, 104.25: C. D. Arnold Photo supplies, 7.50 

Hudson's Bay Co: Canoe,15.00: J. B.Smith &Sons: lumbr, 60.15: W.EnglishCo:Canoe,38.00 

E. Rankin : Expenses procuring and repairing canoes 

T. Eaton Co: Tent and fittings for distributing pamphlets , 

do Flags, 20.00; W. Hutchison: Flags, 20.00: A. J. Johnston: Lumber, 6.00: 
A. Meldrum & Co: Flags, 2.65 

L. K. Cameron: Stationery, 22 25: paper, 17.03 

J. Collins : Brokerage fees, 29. 20 : C. W. Irwin : Brokerage fees, 2.00 

C.P.R. Tel. Co: Telegrams, 4.93: Can. Exp. Co: Chgs, 6.00: C.P.Ry. Co: Chgs, 106 24: 

M. C. Ry. Co' Charges, 7.67: G. T. Ry. Co: do 19.00: ExpCtgCo: do 35.60: 

C. E. Harding : Storage, 7.52 186 96 

Stock exhibit : — 

Services and expenses selecting stock : — 
H. Smith, 48.00: W. McClure, V.S., 89.90: W. W. Ballantyne, 186.85: 

G. A. Gilroy, 16.60: G. W. Clemons, 111.55: J. Jackson, 56.55: 

S. E. Brandon, 136.33: P. F. Clemons, 5.90: R. Seager, 6.70 649 38 

Travelling expenses selecting stock : — 
A. P. Westervelt, 37.22: H. Bollert, 3.75 F. H. Neil, 5.00: 
D. T. Elderslie, 20.45: G. E. Day, 84.35: H. H. Dean, 19.90: 
W. G. Saunders, 5.00: A. W. Smith, 56.10: J. H. Reid, V. S, 53.55: 
Robt. Beith, 75.00: J. C»oper, 2.25 

M. Richardson & Son : Expenses loading stock on cars 

J. A. Robertson: To pay express charges, 1.65: G. T. Ry. Co: Freight charges, 43.55.... 

A. P. Westervelt: do 52.75: 1,020 poultry and rabbit entries, 255,00 . . 

G. W. Clenons: do 2.45: C.P.R. Tel. Co: telegrams, 17.58 : 
G.N.W. Tel. Co, 15.34 

Archaeological exhibit :— 

W. J. Wintemberg: Services, 15.00 week, 52.50: Board, 10.00: Trav. exps., 26.50. . 

F . M. Hill : Services, 4.06 : T. D. Threkelheld : Services, 2.32 

Rice Lewis & Sons : Flags and cotton, 9.00 : J . B. Anderson : Frames, 3.50 

A . F . Hunter : Preparing map, 22 . 50 : travelling expenses, 2.90 

Steinberger, Hendry & Co : Mounting map 

D. Boyle: Travelling expenses and disbursements, 60.34: Accountable, 20.00 .. 

J. Seath: do 17.25: L. McCorkindale : Trav. exps, 15.00 

Cheese and Butter exhibit .— 

Sundry persons : Butter and cheese, 4,529.05 : T. B . Millar, trav. exps, 8.85 

Tor. Cold Storage Co : Butter bags, 1. 25 ; I. Wenger . . do 22.97 

T. H. Preston: Printing and stationery, 53.75: Revell Bros: print, & stationery, 20.50 

Hurley & Watkins : do 2.25 . Hunt & Colter, livery hire, 3 .00 , 

Services selecting: H. Eagle, 10.00: J. N. Paget, 66.00 

Travelling expenses and disbursements: J. Breston, 16.70: J. Morrison, 7.30 

do T. B. Millar, 7.30- J. W. Steincff, 6.75: H. Eagle, 10.65 .... 

do J. N. Paget, 116.50: J. B. Muir, 33.00: A. Wenger, 21 75. . . . 

W. G. Humphreys. Prem. on insurance, 13.77: G. N. W. Tel. Co: Telegrams, 10.64.... 

Tor. Cold Storage Co: Wages of men, 4.85: George Hately : Accountable, 336.07 

Honey exhibit : — 

W. Couse : Disbursements, 37.19 : J. Armstrong ' Services, 45.75 

W. Couse : Expenses, 40.05 : J. D. Evans : Services, 8.50 

J.Newton: do 252.00: C. W. Suess: do 17.50 

J. Armstrong: Trav. expenses and disb'ts, 3.00: J. Newton: Allow, for expenses, 88.00 

O. Hershiser: Honey jars etc, 39.16: J. Newtcn: Trav. exps. and disb'ts, 84.30 

Buffalo China Co : do 36.10: do Con. setting up exhibit etc, 100.00. 

D. J. Donovan & Co: Glass, 3.66: do Honey, 16.60 

Buffalo Glass Co : Glass, 5.16 : Exp. Laundry Co : Bunting, 2.52 

Adam'Meldrum & Co : Cobton, 1.14 : Bing & Mathew : Furniture, 5.60 



362 57 


7 00 


45 20 


307 75 


35 37 


89 00 


6 38 


12 50 


25 40 


8 00 


80 34 


32 25 


4,537 90 


24 22 


74 25 


5 25 


66 00 


24 00 


24 70 


171 25 


24 41 


340 92 


82 94 


48 55 


269 50 


91 00 


123 46 


136 10 


20 26 


7 68 


6 74 



172 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [No 1 



MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 
PAN AMERICAN EXPOSITION -Con. 

McBride & Co: Lettering, painting etc, 11.50: C. J. Fix: Rings and screws, 35c $11 85 

Exp. Carting Co: Cartage, 4.00: J. C. Collins: Duty and brokerage, 11.20 15 20 

R. Lyon: Custom seals, 2.95: C. W. Irwin: Duty and brokerage, 5.50 8 45 

Poultry exhibit :— 

W. McNeil: Services selecting birds, 21.00: travelling expenses, 27.70 48 70 

Hon. R. Harcourt: Sundry expenses, 6.25: F. Biancha: Advertising, 100.00 106 25 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter : Printing cards for Hon. Commissioner Steiner 28 50 

L. K. Cameron : Stationery do 3 00 



Less received from sale of fruit 23 65 

do butter and cheese 4,276 39 



25,996 88 

4,300 04 

21,696 84 
UNITED EMPIRE LOYALISTS ($200.00). 

R. E. A. Land, President: Grant 200 00 

TEMISCAMINGUE RAILWAY SURVEY. ($9,461.10.) 

Pay lists: Wages surveyor,leveller,transmitter,etc, 5,273.82: T.Burton: Draughtsman, 197. 50 5,47132 

W. Russell: Accountable, 400 00: Pacific Hotel: Board of men, 146.50 546 50 

Alex. Bell: Board of men, 5.00: Mrs Conway: do 37.25 42 25 

A.Hammond: do 7.25: W. McKenzie: Office furniture, 5.15 12 40 

Munro Lumber Co: Blankets, tents, 6te, 41.00: M. Brennan Co: Lumber, etc, 83.70. . 124 70 

J. J. Turner & Sons: Flies for tents and camp stools, 27.30. J. Burk: Tent, 15.00 . . 42 30 

McDonald & Hay: Tent, stove and furnishings, 64.13: J. Blanchett: Supplies, 1,598.08 1,662 21 

New Ontario Trading Co: Supplies, 287.23: W. Peel: do 13.80 -30103 

R. Hunter: do 1185: G. L. Lamothe: do 33.40 45 25 

M. Morrison: do 6.00: J. Hudson: do 4.20 10 20 

T. McDonald: do 3.75: J. Boullier: do 9.96 13 71 

L. H. Timmona & Bro: do 76.82: P. Pigeon: do 6.^6 83 08 

J. A. &N. Fink' do 143.04: L. Berlinquette: do 3 00 146 04 

Hudson's Bay Co ! do .90* A. Rorabuck: Medical supplies, 3 . 10 4 00 

Travelling expenses and disbursements : — 

W. B. Russell, 327.83: R. A. Galbraith, 10.00: T. S. Hays, 7.00 344 83 

A. McGougan, 14.15: G. H. Carr, 4.50: S. W. Allison, 8 80 27 45 

W. R. Maher, 6.75: W. Wilkie, 8.85: J. A. Rogers, 12.15 27 75 

Geo. Carr: Tent, 8.00: Hearn & Harriston: Engineers' instruments, 9.90 17 90 

J.H.Marshall: Engineers' instruments, 15. 85: McDonald&Hay: Engineers' instruments, 15 . 10 30 95 

Harriaton&Harriston: do 15.00* Speight & VanNostrand: 3 canoes, 100.00 115 00 

J. G. Ramsey & Co: Photo films, 1.60: North Bay Times: Printing and stationery, 9.25 10 85 

Brown Bros: Stationery, 60.25: M. Brennan: Stationery and trunk, 2.75 63 00 

R. Hunter: Wood, 4.00: W. Milne: Wood, 5.75 9 75 

J. Byrnes : Hay, 5 . 00 . Murray & Co : Sno wshoes and toboggan, 31 . 00 36 00 

L. H. Timmins & Bros: Snowshoes 22 00 

Teaming, etc :— 

Jos. Mullen, 69.75: W. Robb, 1700: J. Lees, 8.00 94 75 

W. J. Pell, 3.00: D. Johnston, 6.00: J. Bonnir, 17 . 75 26 75 

D. Howatt, 3.00: L. Bertinguette, 24.00: J. Carmichael, 3.00 30 00 

T. Morrison. 10 . 00 : M. McDonald, 15 . 00 : M. Delaney, 7 . 50 32 50 

M. Delaney: Boat hire, 4.50: supplies, 11.20 15 70 

Can. Express Co: Charges, 1.90: Dom. Express Co : Charges, 30c 2 20 

G. H . Carr : To pay express charges on canoes 5 90 

Lumsden Steamboat Line: Fares of men and freight charges 35 33 

J. Gould : Board of men, 4.50: E. A. Connell : Board of men, 3.00 7 50 

PATRIOTIC FUND. ($1,344.79.) 

Tor. Elec. Light Co: Putting ud and taking down decorations, 1st and 2nd contingents ..... 889 31 

do Light current, 114 . 00 : T. Eaton Co : Decorations, 68 . 25 182 25 

Pay list: Men employed, 23.00: D. Pike & Co : Flags, 48 . 00 7100 

J. B. Smith & Sons: Lumber, 52.94: Pay lists: Men employed removing, 107.63 . . 160 55 

Mrs. J. F. Dodds : Salary J. F. Dodds, inspector licenses, Dufferin 41 67 



1901] 



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173 



MISCELL ANEOUS— Concluded. 



INCIDENTALS ($29,959.50). 



$186 48 
150 00 
451 25 

1,290 96 



Sundry Insurance Companies : Premium on insurance, Dairy Buildings, Guelph 

do do Farm and stable buildings, Guelph 

do do Central Prison Building & Workshops, 
do do Osgoode Hall (3 years) 

Reception Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York ' 

F. C. Law: Disbursements, 96.25: accountable, 1,000.00: pay list, men employed, 1,317.35: 
O. G. Evanturel: Services and exps a* Speaker's secretary, 53.50: 

Services of bands: 48th Highlanders, 75.00 Q.O.R. band, 55.00: 13th Regt band, 75.00: 
Treas. City of Toronto : Grant towards temporary station, 1,000.00: 

do do repairing Simcoe street, 500.00: 

Repairing frames, etc: J. E. Chester, 13.50: Woltz Mfg. Co, 10 25: C. T. Smith, 17.25 
Mackenzie & Co : Loan of pictures, 29.71 ' Aikenhead H'dware Co : Rope, hware,etc,31.38 
J. B. Smith & Sons: Lumber, 319.31: T. G. Rice Wire Co: Wire arch and crown, 9.50 
D. Pike Co: Flags and hire of tent, 87,00: ' Jas. Robertson Co: Castings, etc, 259.08 

W. Junor: China, glassware, etc, 212.20: Michie & Co*. Toilet soap and candles, 14.00 
Rogers Electric Co: Elec. wire, cord, etc, 165.50 . Packard Electric Co: lamps, 868.33 
Toronto Electric Light Co : Light current, 1,177.79: supplies, 73.26: wages of men, 413.10 
wiring, 103.00. Toronto Auer Light Co : lights and mantles, 36.50 

Keith & Fitzsimons Co: Fitting up illuminations, etc, 1,381.00: 

J. & J. L. O'Malley: Hire of furniture, etc, 440 30: upholstering, 155.24: curtains, 25.25 
Robert Simpson Co: Decorations, carpets, curtains, etc, 1,307.63: 

C Ross Co: Carpets and rugs, 299.44: Gowans, Kent & Co: Furnishings, 6.75 

Chas. Rogers & Sons Co: Furniture, upholstering, etc, 399.86 . 
T. Eaton Co: Curtains, carpets, draperies, etc, 2,018.04: 
do Flags, bunting, decorating, etc, 1,319.34: 

W. A. Murray & Co: Quilts, sheets, etc, 243.81: 
J. Catto & Son : Blankets, table linen, etc, 135.05 : 

John Kay, Son & Co: Carpets, etc. 1,228.34: J. Ovens: Curtains, 21.10: 

Chas. Tuck: Rent of tableware, 146.78: Tor. Silver Plate Co: Hire of s'ware, etc, 204.08: 
H. P. Eckardt Supplies, 9.00: H. Dale: Flowers, 102.93: 

Trav. exps. to Buffalo re illuminations: F. R. Heakes, 10.00: A. M. Wickens, 17.85: 

Tr*v. exps: J. W. Murray, 41.55: J. E. Rogers, 30.55: Wm. Greer, 34.95: 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter: Printing, 8.00: L. K. Cameron: Stationery, 50.88: 

Souvenir Pub. Co 1,000 copies " Royal Souvenir," 100.00: 
J.J. O'Hearn Painting, cementing, 287.39: M. O'Connor: Painting&k'lsom'ing, 702.16: 

G. Duthie & Sons : Work of men re decorations, 105 95 ' 

Holbrook & Mollington : Carving Ontario shield, 30.00 : Bell Tel. Co : Special phone, 1 5.00 : 
P. Maher: Cab hire, board of men and horses, 768.50 
Cab hire: R. Bond, 166.00: Doane Bros, 126.75: J. J. O'Leary, 3.00: 

T.Crashley: Cartage, 183.25 

des and Labor Disputes Act, etc. 

Advertising: "The Toiler," 7.50: "Social Progress Co," 18.00: "Labor Directory," 4.50: 

" Canadian Manufacturer," 6 00: " Souvenir Pub. Co," 5.00 

Temiscamingue Fire Sufferers : - 

Grants: Treasurer Relief Committee, 1,000.00: Thos. Southworth, 200.00: 

Treasurer Township Kerns: In aid of erection of school house, 300.00: 

Steele, Briggs Seed Co : Seed and bags, 500.00 

Damages re flooded lands, Mary's and Fairy Lakes : — 

Wm. Goldthorpe, 32.50 : Peter Fetterley, 120.00 : Wm. Parker, 100.00 

Treas. Township Fenelon: Damage to roadway re construction .balsam River, lake and dam. . 
J. A Hutcheson : Legal services, do do 

Exportation natural Gas, Counties Essex and Welland : — 

Chas. Stiff: Services at 10.00 per day, 160.00: travelling expenses, 54.95 

Watson, Smoke & Smith : Legal services, Byrne v. Her 

Arbitration P. S. No. 9, Arthur :— 

Judge Chadwick: Fees & exps as arbi'tr, 92.00: O'Loughlin & McLennan, law csts, 182.05 
Niagara Falls Park : — 

M. Irving: Legal services re revenue, 670.00: current work, 25.00: 

L. K. Cameron : Paper, 1 .35 • 

M. Irving '. Legal services re Quebec Turnpike Trust 

do do re claim by W. A. Scott, loss by Govt of Crown Lands revenue . . 

Carswell Co 5 copies Holmested & Langton Judicature Act for Judiciary Comm'sn, 1899 . . 
Ad vg f or tend's,sale of freeh'd Ids & C. P. brick yards: GlobePtg Co: 63.00: StarPtgGo: 48. 

H. S. Mara: Services as valuator, old Parliament buildings land ... 

T. Eaton Co: Decorations re death of Her Majesty Queen Victoria 

G. T. Railway Co: Special train to Brantford re funeral of Hon. A. S. Hardy 

Treas. of Ont : To replace money lost in transmission to overseer Temiscamingue roads .... 

Thos. Weatherall : Property left at Central Prison ' 

Imperial Bank of Canada : Commission retiring annuities, London, Eng 

Can. Bank of Commerce : do collecting drainage coupons 

Ralph, Smith & Co ! Engraving railway certificates 

Hon. Geo. W. Ross : Travelling expenses to Great Britain 

Total Miscellaneous $254,738 



20,138 48 
41 00 

2,000 00 

252 50 

434 80 

6 60 

214 95 
500 00 

274 05 



696 35 


5 00 


320 00 


76 00 


111 60 


50 00 


571 41 


61 55 


10 00 


10 00 


17 50 


19 85 


221 00 


1,848 17 



174 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [ No. 1 



RAILWAY SUBSIDY FUND. 

($96,209 36.) 

(Authority for payment, 40 Vict., chap. 24.) 
Kingston and Pern- $ c. $ c. 

L broke Railway On account of grant in aid of line from Mississippi to 

Madawaska River, 28.42 miles. 

Payment due 30th June, 1901 6,374 78 

do 31st December, 1901 6,374 78 

Canada Atlantic Rail- 12,749 56 

way On account of grant in aid of line from the boundary 

line to Ottawa, 65 72 miles. 

Payment due 30th June, 1901 6,180 99 

Erie and Huron Rail- 
way On account of grant in aid of line from Rondeau to 

Wallaceburg, 39.74 miles. 

Payment due 30th June, 1901 3,055 01 

do 31st December, 1901 3,055 01 



( Authority for payment, 52 Vict. chap. 35, and 53 
Vict. chap. 46.) 
Port Arthur, Duluth 

and Western Rail way On account of grant in aid of line from Port Arthur to 
Western Provincial Boundary, 85.54 miles. 

Payment due let January, 1901 5,596 80 

do 1st July, 1901 5,596 80 



(Authority for payment, 53 Vict. chap. 46, 56 Vict. chap. 

34, 57 Vict. chap. 49, 58 Vict. chap. 36, 52 Vict. chap. 

35, 59 Vict. chap. 48, and 60 Vict. chap. 40.) 
Ottawa, Arnprior and 

Parry Sound RailwayOn account of grants in aid of line from Eganville to 
Scotia, 146.1 miles and 3. 33 miles at Depot Bay. 

Payment due 1st January, 1901 10,221 15 

do 1st July, 1901 10,221 15 



(Authority for payment, 52 Vict. chap. 35, and 53 
Vict. chap. 46.) 
Parry Sound Coloniza- 
tion Railway On account of grants in aid of line from Scotia to Depot 

Bay, 47.75 miles. 

Payment due 1st January, 1901 3,340 59 

do 1st July, 1901 3,340 59 

(Authority for payment, 52 Vict. chap. 35, and 56 Vict, 
chap. 34.) 
Irondale, Bancroft and 

Ottawa Railway On account of grants in aid of line from Irondale 

easterly, 35 miles. 

Payment due 1st January, 1901 , . . . 2,448 60 

do lstJuly,1901 2,448 60 

(Authority for payment, 58 Victi. chap. 36, and 60 Vict, 
chap. 40.) 
Tilsonburg, Lake Erie 

and Pacific Railway . On account of gi ants in aid of line from Tilsonburg to 
Port Burwell, 15.846 miles, and connecting Grand 
Trunk and Michigan Central Railways at Tilson- 
burg, 3.262 miles— 19.108 miles. 

Payment due 1st January, 1901 891 19 

do 1st July, 1901 89119 

(Authority for payment, 59 Vict. chap. 48.) 
Ontario, Belmont and 

Northern Railway . .On account of grant in aid of line extending from Junction 
with Central Ontario Railway, 9.57 miles. 

Payment due 1st January, 1901 446 57 

do 1st July, 1901 445 57 

(Authority for payment, 60 Vict. chap. 40.) 
Montreal and Ottawa 

Railway On account of grant in aid of line from the Boundary 

line between the Provinces of Ontario and Quebec, 
extending westerly 50 miles. 

Payment due 1st January 1901 2,332 00 

do 1st July, 1901 2,332 00 



6,110 02 



11,193 60 



20,442 30 



6,681 18 



4,897 20 



1,782 38 



893 14 



4,664 00 



1901] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 175 



RAILWAY SUBSIDY FUND— Continued. 

(Authority for payment, 59 Vict. chap. 48, and 61 Vict, 
chap. 22.) 

Pembroke Southern Ry On account of grants in aid of line from Golden Lake 

northerly 18J miles. f 

Payment due 1st January, 1901 1,294 26 

do 1st July, 1901 1,294 26 

2,588 52 

(Authority for payment, 57 Vict. chap. 49, 58 Vict, 
chap. 36, 62 Vict, chap 23.) 
Ontario and Rainy 

River Ry On account of grants in aid of line extending westerly 

from the junction with the Port Arthur, Duluth and 
Western Railway, 40.32 miles. 

Payment due 1st January, 1901 3,731 20 

do lstJuly,1901 9,328 00 

13,059 20 

(Authority for payment, 62 Vic. chap. 23.) 

Central Ontario Ry . . On account of grant in aid of line from Village of Ormsby, 
21 miles. 

Payment due 1st January, 1901 699 60 

do 1st July, 1901 1,469 18 

— 2,168 78 

(Authority for payment, 61 Vict. chap. 22.) 
Ottawa & New York 

Ry. Co International Railway Bridge . 

Payment due 1st January, 1901 816 22 

do 1st July, 1901 816 22 

1,632 44 

(Authority for payment, 63 Vict. chap. 29.) 

Dominion Bridge Co . . Interprovincial Bridge. 

Payment due 1st July, 1901 1,166 05 

Total Aid to Railways 96,209 36 



ANNUITIES. 

Treasurer, Ontario. . . .To pay annuity certificates due June 30th, 1901 51,450 00 

do .... do December 31st, 1901 51,450 00 

102,900 00 

COMMON SCHOOL FUND. 

Award, see Sessional Papers No. 79, 1870-1. 

Dominion Goverment, amount accountable by Ontario re Common School Lands during 

year ended December, 1900 9, 706 91 

DRAINAGE DEBENTURES ($4,997.46.) 

(Municipal.) 

(Authority for payment, 35 Vict., chap. 3, and 37 Vict., chap. 20.) 

Treas. Township of North Easthope : Debentures issued by the municipality for the construc- 
tion of drainage works 2,899 86 

do Dunwich: do do 2,097 60 

TILE DRAINAGE ($2,100.00.) 
Debentures issued by the municipality for the construction of Drainage works : — 

Treas.' Twp. Aldborough, 200.00: Brooke, 100.00: Dawn, 300.00: 
do Dunwich, 200.00: Ekfrid, 200.00: Howard, 100.00: 
do Maiden, 300.00: Ops, 400.00: Plympton, 100.00: 
do Sarnia, 100.00: Warwick, 100.00 2,100 00 

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO ($25,281.00.) 

(Sec. 16, Cap. 41, 1 Edw. VII.) 

Bursar University, Grant to department of Physics 13,050 00 

do do Chemistry 9,971 00 

do do Mineralogy and Geology 1,900 00 

do Cost of examinations : 360 00 



1901] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



175 



No. 16. 
CENTRAL PRISON INDUSTRIES. 

Expenditure for the year ending December 31st. 1901. 



Name. 



Graham Nail Works 

H. S. Howland Sons & Co 

Toronto Bolt Co 

Jessop & Co 

Wood, Vallance & Co 

James Smart Mfg. Co 

John Inglis & Sons 

M & L Samuel Benjamin & Co 

Vokes Hardware Co 

Diamond Machine & Tool Co . . . 

William Blaikie 

Galloway, Taylor & Co 

Aikenhead Hardware Co 

Ontario Malleable Iron Co 

A . W. Spooner 

Rice, Lewis & Son 

Canada Metal Co 

Wm. H. Frost 

Geo B. Meadows & Co 

H. &C. Parr 

A. B. Jardine & Co 

C. Kloepf er 

Wheeler & Bain 

Stanley G. Flagg & Co 



Article. 



To balance Jan. 1st, 1901 



Hardware, 



las Robertson Co 

Scarf e & Co 

Sanderson Pearcy & Co . 

Stewart & Wood 

Boeckh Bros. & Co 

Imperial Varnish Co 
J. A. & W. Birdfe Co., 
Art Metropole 



iron. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



castings 



Paints, plumbers' supplies 
do painters' do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Queen City Oil Co . . 
Grant Hamilton Co. . 
A. B. McColl&Co. . 
McColl Bros. & Co. . 
R. J. Kennedy & Co. 



E. T. Carter 

Hamilton Cotton Co. 



Jacobi & Co 

Dominion Suspender Co 

W. H. Lendon 

Beardmore & Co 

W. G. Fischer 

Underbill & Sesman 

Garside & White 

Samuel Trees & Co 



F . E . Atteaux 

Theo. H. Eaton & Co, 

G. A. Bingham 

Empire Soap Co 



Machine and wool oils 

do 

do 

do 

do 



Wool, warp & tallow . 
do 



Leather and findings 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Chemicals and dye stuffs 
do 
do 
do 



Amount. 



265 04 
621 06 
157 76 

54 36 

4,061 98 

106 07 

39 92 
228 25 

38 49 

39 01 
27 99 

353 73 

365 54 
57 05 
83 66 

254 93 
32 19 

394 35 
98 22 

265 08 

5 78 

2 19 

38 04 

88 36 



535 36 

464 03 

515 02 

634 41 

34 08 

194 20 

5 00 

1 00 



393 43 

127 44 

53 21 

39 87 

7 50 



4,522 48 
104 76 



767 17 
108 77 

17 60 

1,621 09 

670 20 

89 20 
141 92 

22 05 



97 76 

116 39 

2 95 

10 71 



1901 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



177 



CENTRAL PRISON INDUSTRIES.— Continued. 



Name. 



Article . 



The Robert Simpson Co. 

TheT. Eaton Co 

John Macdonald & Co . . 

Nisbet & Auld 

Flett, Lowndes & Co 

F. Hall & Co 

W & D. Dmeen 

•L. Farewell 

Cumming & Sellers . . . . 

E. T. Alexander 

A. A. Allan & Co 

J . Guinane 

J . Leckie 

G. Ibbotson & Son . 



Geo. Reid & Co 

Lachute Shuttle Co 

Broom Hand-»titch Co 

Goldie McCollough Co 

J. Turner & Son 

Northey Mf er . Co 

Poison Irou Works 

Wm. Crabb & Co 

Can . Gen . Electric Co 

Toronto Electric Co 

Ballard Electric Co 

Weliand Vale Co 

E. R. Burns Saw Co. 

McGregor, Gourlay Co 

F. Oster 

A. R. Williams Co 

Sadler & Haworth 

Dodge Mfg. Co 

Creelman Broa 

J. L. Jones Engraving Co. . 
Canada Printing Ink Co . . 

Gutta Percha Co 

E. W. Karch 

Singer Sewing Machine Co 
J. C. McLaren Belt Co. 

Carrier Lane Co 

Hamilton Mfg. Co 

CD. Dickenson & Son . , 

R. H. Lear & Co 

Canada Sand Paper Co . . , 

J. E. Wolsley & Co 

Keeffer Bros 

Robert S. Fraser 

Johnston & Hoops 

Jas. Morrison Co , 

A. J. McDonough 

G. H. Copping 



Dry goods, tailors supplies . 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Gloves , . 

Hats 

do 

do 

Dry goods, tailors' supplies . 

Hats 

Boots 

Dry goods, tailors' supplies , 

do 



Amount. 



Manufacturers' list . 

Brown Bros 

C. Gripton 

Journal of Fabrics . . 
J. J. Mitchell & Co 
RDlph, Smith & Co . 
Brown, Searle & Co 

J. S. Williams 

E. R. Poole 



Machinery and machinery sup's . 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Books, stationery, printing, etc 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



12 P. A. 



$ c 

14 00 
42 27 

713 94 
1,885 04 

15 50 
7 00 

60 00 
60 00 
44 00 

15 

3 00 

12 00 

25 35 

50 



133 00 

586 03 

7 00 

45 55 

6 00 
21 05 
30 00 
16 50 
19 75 

1 20 
4 40 
1 52 

12 75 

42 28 
9 14 

35 79 
731 56 

61 91 
1 60 

25 50 

7 00 
44 86 

4 75 





9 69 




1 00 




21 50 




85 88 




23 00 




3 10 




24 00 




104 03 1 




3 15 




1 50 




8 40 




2 25 




50 




75 




5 00 




261 55 




1 00 




2 00 




8 00 




18 00 




16 75 




34 75 




1 50 


1 





Totals. 



2,882 75 



2,137 89 



348 55 



178 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



[No. 1 



CENTRAL PRTSON INDUSTRIES.— Continued. 



Name. 


Article. 


Amount. 


Total. 




Lumber 

do 


$ c. 

742 80 

139 66 

500 83 

2,433 11 

1,355 81 

241 74 

602 96 

44 80 

1,331 30 

1,654 22 

4,621 60 

710 46 

14 38 


% c. 


William Potter 




C. Beck Mfg. Co 


do 

do 




Goderich Lumber Co 






do 




M. W. Colwell 


do 




W. W. McEachren & Co 


do 




J. B. Smith & Sons 


do 




H. Pedwell 


do 




J McNeely & Son 


do 

do 




Geo. Cbew & Son 




Oliver* Lumber Co 


do 




Chas. Roger? & Sons Co 


do 






Freight, duty and cartage 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

29 ton* 16 cwt. of mine soft coal 
at $3.30 ton 


14,393 67 


Grand Trunk Railway System 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co 


1,812 91 

1,283 30 

41 75 

3 35 

84 81 

2 10 
















3,228 22 


The Elias Rogers Co 


98 34 

3,948 11 

1,593 14 
130 50 






do ; 


1,415 tons 2 cwt. soft sgs. at $2.79 
ton 

630 tons 2 cwt. soft sgs. at $2.53 
ton 




do 








do 


30 tons Blossburg at $4.35 ton. . . 

31£ cds. slabs at $2. 75, less freight, 
$15.64 


5,770 09 


Simcoe Wood & Lumber Co 


70 99 
2 75 


Ely Bros . 


35 bush, charcoal 

Greenhouse supplies 






73 74 


John Davis & Sons 


93 90 

1 75 
31 00 

5 00 

2 00 




do , 

do 

do 

do 


















Lime 

Glass alleys, etc 


133 65 


John Maloney & Co 


25 55 
86 16 
56 76 
184 37 
32 11 
15 30 
11 58 

3 34 
7 90 

114 44 

139 10 

398 43 

266 13 

1 00 

36 00 

84 00 

4 50 
75 

4 50 
1 15 
1 00 

5 34 
191 63 








W. Harris & Co 


Glue 




Gendron Mfg. Co 


Iron wheels 






Rubber tubing 




Douglas & Radcliffe 

Taylor Bros 

Lincoln Paper Mills 

Hutchison, Shurly & Co 

Dominion Paper Box Co 

Canada Feather Mattrass Co 






do 




do .... 

Twine netts 




Paper boxes 

Mattrasses 






Water 






Gas 






Flour for paste . 






Car tickets 




W. J. King 

G.N.W. Telegraph Co 

C.P.R Telegraph Co 


Postage 








do 

Travelling expenses 




G. W Edgar. 




John White 


do 

do 




David Moody .t. . 








Lindsay & Wadsworth ... 


Collection of accounts 





1901] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



179 



CENTRAL PRISON INDUSTRIES.— 


Concluded. 




Name. 


Article. 


Amount. 


Total. 


B. M. Davis . . . 


Legal services 


$ c. 

10 00 
365 00 

5 36 
44 66 

4 00 
50 00 


$ c. 


Dominion Bag Co 

Chandler & Massey 

A T McKinley & Co 


Binder twine bags 














do bags 

Mercantile report 




R. G. Dun & Co. . . .. 






12 mos. salary as accountant 

12 do Ind. Foreman . 

12 do do 

12 do do 

12 do do 

12 do do 

12 do Ind. Instructor 

12 do do 

12 do do 

12 do Lumber Culler. 

13 do Ind. Inst 

14 dc Foreman 

8 do Shipper 

4^ do do 

12 do Gardener 

12 do Teamster 

12 do do . .. 
12 do Night Patrol . . 
12 do Consulting Eng 
12 do Stmftr & plmbr 

12 do Foreman 

12 do Ind. Guard .... 

12 do do 

12 do do 

4£ do Machinist 

12 do Blacksmith 

12 do Allc. Ind. Grd. 

12 do do 

12 do do 

12 do do 

12 do do ... 

12 do do 

12 do do 

Service Tinsmith 


2,150 06 


J. 0. Anderson 


450 00 

800 00 

800 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,200 00 

650 00 

650 00 

600 00 

600 00 

650 00 

1,300 00 

400 00 

244 66 

750 00 

300 Oo 

270 00 

600 00 

399 99 

500 00 

800 00 

550 00 

550 00 

500 00 

270 10 

654 50 

50 00 

50 00 

50 00 

50 00 

150 00 

50 00 

50 00 

59 40 

210 15 

27 23 

106 66 

160 00 


John White 

H. Abel 




P.T. McKay 








Walter Scott 




Geo. Moody 








A. Thwaites 




Geo. Ross 




H. Briefman 




P. Mahler 

F. Williams 












Thomas Sill 




William Hill 




R. J. Linton 




James Clarkson 




E. A. Hammond 




M. Clancy 








J. Lillie 




R. Downing 




W. W. Jackson 

J. R. LaBelle 

J. B. Miles 




J. Higgins 




J. Muir .' 

J. B Reid 




F. Dickenson 




J. Barry 








A. B. Clark 


do 






do 




Jas. Meston 


Services as Guard 

do 




M. Kehoe , 






Adv. binder twine 


17,502 69 
503 14 


Sundry newspapers 

do prisoners 




For overwork and good conduct . 
Insurance 




703 40 


do companies ........ 


596 50 




Recpts 12 mos. end'g Dec. 31, 1901 
Bal. in Bank Dec. 31st, 1901 .... 








78,194 54 
92,729 54 








14,535 00 




C. H. 


SPROULE, 
Pr jvincial 


Auditor. 



Provincial Auditor's Office, 

Toronto, January 15feb, 1902. 



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MISCELLANEOUS STATEMENTS. 



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Receipts and Expenditures .... xiv. 

Balance op Open Accounts xxvii. 

Consolidated Revenue Fund .... xxx. 

Investment Account xxxi. 

Interest on Investments xxxii. 

Law Stamp Revenue xxxix. 

Education Department Revenue . xxxiii. 

Fisheries Revenue xxxiv. 

Secretary's Department Revenue xxxvi. 
Railway and Annuity Certifi- 
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Algoma Taxes Revenue xxxvii. 

Revenue, 62 Vic, Cap. 8 xliii. 

Revenue Succession Duties xl. 

Casual Revenue xlviii. 

Stationery Office l. 

Central Prison Industries 176 

Expenditure and Overdrafts. . . . 180 
Comparative Expenditure 1899 

and 1900 ]88 



EXPENDITURE UNDER APPROPRIATIONS. 



Administration of Justice. 



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Supreme Court of Judicature 16 

Court of Appeal 16 

High Court 17 

Central Office 17 

Registrar's Office 17 

Weekly Court 17 

Surrogate Offices 18 

Surrogate J udges and Local Masters. 1 8 

Crown Counsel Prosecutions 24 

General Administration of Justice in 

Counties 24 

Deputy Clerks of the Crown and Pleas 18 

Local Registrars 19 

District of Algoma 20 

do Thunder Bay 21 

do Rainy River 21 

do Nipissing 22 

do Parry Sound 22 

do Muskoka 22 

do Manitoulin 22 

do Haliburton 22 

Provincial Police 23 

Sheriff's Fees, etc ". 26 

Seals and other contingencies . . 27 

Inspection, Division Courts 18 

do Offices under Judicature Act. 26 

Criminal Investigation 26 

Shorthand Reporters 28 

Constitutional Questions 27 

Grouped Counties 28 

Land Titles Office 20 

Local Master of Titles 20 

Drainage Act 20 

County Law Associations 28 

Agriculture : 

Agricultural Societies 86 

Grants to Associations 88 



Agriculture — Continued. 

Agricultural College $q 

Experimental Farm and Feeding 98 

Experimental Plots and Feeding 100 

Experimental Dairy iqq 

Central Dairy School iqq 

Poultry Department \Q2 

Garden, etc JQ3 

Mechanical Department 104 

Incidentals qq 

Experimental Fruit Stations 93 

Western Dairy School 95 

Farmers' Institutes 88 

Bureau of Industries 96 

Pioneer Dairy Farm, Algoma 94 

Eastern Dairy School 93 

San Jose Scale 92 

Registration of Live Stock 90 



Civil Government ; 

Lieutenant Governor's Office 3 

Attorney-General's Department...!! 3 

Education do 4 

Crown Lands do \ 

Bureau of Mines g 

Colonization and Forestry g 

Public Works Department 7 

Treasury do ........ 8 

Provincial Auditors' Office [\ 8 

License Branch jq 

Board of Health ^ 

Provincial Secretary's Department . . . 8 

Registrar General's Branch . . 10 

Public Institutions Office 9 

Insurance Branch 12 

Department of Agriculture * n 

Official Gazette ^2 

King's Printer 12 



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Civil Government — Continued. Page. 

Inspection of Registry Offices 13 

Children's Branch 12 

Colonization Roads 124 

Charges on Crown Lands : 

Board Surveyors 146 

Agents' Salaries 146 

Forest Ranging 147 

Fire Ranging 148 

Forest Reserve 148 

Cullers' Act 149 

Quebec Agency 150 

Ottawa do 150 

Surveys 150 

Mining Development, Rat Portage 

Office 150 

Inspections, Explorations, etc 151 

Collection of Minerals 152 

Mining Schools 152 

Diamond Drill 152 

Iron Mining Act 152 

Education : 

Poor and District Schools 30 

Public and Separate Schools '. . 28 

Kindergarten Schools 32 

Night do ' 32 

P. S. Leaving Examinations 33 

Model Schools 33 

Teacher's Associations and D.T.S. . . . 33 

Inspection of Schools 34 

High Schools, etc 41 

French-English Training School 34 

Ontario Normal College 42 

Departmental Examinations 35 

Normal and Model Schools, Toronto . . 38 

do Ottawa. . . 39 

do London . . 39 

Library, etc 42 

School of Practical Science 43 

Public Libraries 45 

Art Schools Examinations, etc 44 

Literary and Scientific 45 

Superannuated Teachers 48 

Historical Societies 45 

Technical Education 46 

Miscellaneous 47 

Hospitals and Charities 104 

Immigration : 

Agencies in Europe .... 86 

do Ontario 88 



Legislation : 

Official Salaries 13 

Sessional Writers, Messengers, Pages, 
etc 13 



Legislation. — Continued. 



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Postage and Cost of House Post Office. 14 

Stationery, Printing and Binding 14 

Library 14 

Indemnity to Members 15 

15 

Mining Roads 148 



Miscellaneous : 

Charges on Revenue 155 

Marriage Licenses 156 

Ontario Rifle Association 156 

Joint Stock Companies 186 

Artillery Association 156 

Manhood Suffrage 156 

Expenses of Elections, etc 156 

Voters' Lists 156 

Gratuities 157 

Industrial Schools 156 

Prisoners' Aid Society 157 

Telephone Services 157 

Removal of Patients 157 

Sanitary Investigations, etc 158 

Factories Act 157 

Arbitration, Canada and Quebec .... 160 

Canadian Military Institute 156 

Game Protection 160 

Fisheries 163 

Destruction of Wolves 162 

Imperial Institute Exhibit 160 

Children's Aid Societies 160 

Algonquin Park 161 

Rondeau Park 161 

Art Committee 166 

Canadian Humane KSociety 166 

Provincial Municipal Auditor 166 

Colonization Pamphlets, etc 162 

Victorian Order of Nurses 166 

Prevention of Export Sawlogs 167 

Canadian Patriotic Eund 172 

United Empire L. Association 172 

Temiscamingue Railway Survey .... 172 

Pan American Exposition 169 

Statue late Queen Victoria 166 

Red Cross Society 168 

Exploration New Ontario 167 

Compilation Imperial Statutes 169 

Assessment Commission 169 

Labor Bureau 169 

Incidentals , 173 

Public Institutions Maintenance : 



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Public Institutions Maintenance — Con. 

Central Prison 74 

Reformatory for Boys 76 

Institution for the Deaf and Dumb ... 78 

Institution for the Blind 81 

Mercer Reformatory 83 

Public Buildings : 

Asylum for Insane, Toronto Ill 

do Mimico Ill 

do London 112 

do Kingston 113 

do Hamilton 112 

do Brockville 113 

do Idiots, Orillia 113 

Reformatory for Boys 115 

Reformatory for Females 114 

Central Prison 114 

Institute for the Deaf and Dumb .... 115 

do Blind 115 

Victoria Asylum, Cobourg 116 

Agricultural College 116 

Education Department and Normal 

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Normal School, Ottawa 118 

do London 118 

Sc 1 ool of Practical Science 118 

yr deHall 118 

Ne i anient Buildings 118 

Disti jf Algoma 119 

do Thunder Bay 119 

do Rainy River 119 

do Muskoka 119 

do Parry Sound 119 

do Nipissing 119 

Reformatory for Boys, Oxford 119 

Public Works : 

Muskoka Lakes Works 120 

Peninsula Creek 120 

Bear Creek 120 

Maganetawan swing bridge 120 

Madawaski River 120 

Petewawa River 121 

Sturgeon River 121 

Mill Creek 121 

Portage Du Fort bridge 121 



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Manitou dam 121 

Damages raising water near Rat Port- 
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Mary's and Fairy Lakes 122 

Inkerman dam 122 

Chemong Lake bridge 122 

Moose R. channel 122 

Bridge Twp. Cambridge 122 

Drainage Twp. Elma 122 

Big Creek drain, Twps. W. and N. 

Tilbury 122 

Obstructions navigable streams ...... 1*1 

Gull and Burnt River Works 121 

Maintenance, Locks, Dams, etc 122 

Surveys, Inspections, etc 122 

Lock masters' Salaries 122 

Refunds : 

Education 153 

Crown Lands 153 

Asylum Lands 157 

Municipalities Fund 155 

Land Improvement Fund 155 

Miscellaneous 155 

Repairs and Maintenance, Govern- 
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Government House 105 

Old Parliament Buildings 109 

New Parliament Buildings 107 

Attorney- General's Department 107 

Crown Lands Department 107 

Treasury Department 108 

Secretary's Department 108 

Department of Agriculture 108 

Department of Public Works 107 

New Parliament Building (exclusive 

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Educational Bui dings 108 

Miscellaneous 109 

Normal School, Ottawa 109 

Normal School, London 109 

School of Practical Science ] 10 

Agricultural College and Farm 110 

Osgoode Hall Ill 



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Annuities 175 

Common School Fund 175 

Central Prison Industries 175 

Drainage Debentures (Municipal) 175 



Drainage Debentures (Tile) 174 

Ottawa and Hull Fire 171 

Railway Subsidy Fund . , 174 

University of Toronto 175